When herd behaviour is used for selfishness, all you’re left with is a smug sense of entitlement, writes Charlene Naidoo.
According to industry sources, Boeing plans to restart production of its 737 Max airplane in May, after a months-long halt sparked by a safety ban on the best-selling jet.
Sasol said it may sell assets or stock to ease its financial woes after an oil-price collapse exacerbated a debt burden swelled by a troubled expansion in the US.
A year after Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 crashed shortly after take-off, killing all 157 on board, a village near the crash site held a memorial while in the United States a draft report blames the plane's design for the disaster.
FlySafair is interested in buying the low-cost arm of state-owned South African Airways - if it’s put up for sale by the embattled national carrier.
China's industry ministry urged Tesla to keep its China-made vehicles consistent after some Chinese customers complained the auto maker put less advanced chips in their cars.
South Korean automaker Hyundai's shares have fallen more than 5% after the company announced it would shut down a factory where one worker tested positive for the coronavirus.
The British energy giant says it is aiming to achieve "net zero" carbon emissions by 2050, although it did not provide details how it plans to reach that target.
Airbus has revealed a previously secret model of a possible future airliner, and the design could mean big changes for the air travellers.
A 40-day union strike and weakness in China hurt GM's bottom line in the latest quarter, and the automaker forecast flat profit for this year.
French energy firm Total said Thursday its net profit held nearly steady last year as a boost in production helped compensate for lower oil prices.
IAG, owner of British Airways and Spanish carrier Iberia, has said it would slash the group's flight capacity by 75% during April and May owing to the coronavirus outbreak.
Boeing Chief Executive David Calhoun sought to pivot from a bruising period of crisis and scandal, pledging a renewed commitment to safety and transparency and endorsing the long-term viability of the 737 MAX plane.
It has been a week of steep drops for some emerging-market stocks, but Sasol has out-plunged its peers.
British Airways said it has cancelled its flights to Italy after the country implemented a lockdown to control the deadly coronavirus epidemic.
Airlines in the Asia-Pacific region stand to lose $27.8bn of revenue this year as they slash flights due to declining demand as a result of the coronavirus, according to a preliminary estimate from an industry body.
Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida says he's happy to be fired by shareholders if there's no sign of a turnaround at the Japanese automaker.
Nissan said it had filed a civil suit in Japan against former chairperson Carlos Ghosn seeking $91m in damages over his alleged financial misconduct.
After a decade at the helm, BP boss Bob Dudley is bowing out with forecast-beating results and a promise of higher dividends.
Toyota nudged up its annual operating profit forecast by 4.2% on favourable currency rates and better-than-expected sales, but added the impact of the new coronavirus was hard to gauge and had not yet been factored in.
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