Li Ka-shing’s venture-capital fund, run by his longtime companion Solina Chau, is accelerating investments from Israel to Silicon Valley.
A JetBlue Airways Corp. pilot whose erratic behavior diverted a U.S. flight three years ago sued the airline on Friday for permitting him to fly despite what he claims was evidence of his mental-health problems.
The parent of United Airlines said it had dropped a policy allowing a single pilot to remain in the cockpit of some of its Boeing jetliners, and now required two crew members be present at all times.
Silicon Valley is becoming the nexus of an emerging car industry that has giants like Mercedes-Benz, Ford and others racing to tap the region’s know-how.
Yahoo and Microsoft agreed to push back the deadline for renewing their Web search alliance another month, as the two sides hash out whether and how to revise an alliance that has sparked friction.
Retailer Grupo Gigante said Friday that it has agreed to buy RadioShack’s Mexican business for $31.8 million, which it plans to revamp and expand.
The bidding war for RadioShack is still on, even as the company pursues court approval of a company-saving deal with Standard General LP.
DaVita Healthcare Partners Inc.’s chief accountant, James K. Hilger, will take on the chief financial officer role on an interim basis, effective March 30.
Federal regulators are one step closer to unlocking a large swath of airwaves that could be used to deliver much cheaper wireless service.
Madison Square Garden took another step in its spinoff efforts with a plan that would create two publicly traded companies using a different structure than the one it mentioned in October.