Nissan will halt output for about two weeks at six plants that produce an average of 1,000 vehicles a day for the Japanese market, while it further investigates how unauthorized workers came to certify the quality of vehicles.
SAP shares fell as much as 2.9% in large thanks to fewer new cloud bookings than expected. CEO Bill McDermott contested that analysis, though, saying the company is “rocking the cloud.”
Apple shares have risen 38% this year, fueled in large part by expectations for the 10th anniversary iPhone X, but fell 1.6% in premarket trading Thursday. Some suppliers were hit harder than that.
Boeing might deepen its collaboration with Brazil's Embraer and launch a new aircraft, in answer to Bombardier's alliance with Airbus.
Missouri appeals court found the case shouldn’t have been tried in a St. Louis city court.
While most big U.S. companies release adjusted earnings that deviate from generally accepted accounting principles, GE stands out for the sheer head-scratching complexity of its quarterly reports.
“As we are confronted with unprecedented crisis inside out, I believe that time has now come for the company to start anew, with a new spirit and young leadership.”