While there’s hope a COVID-19 vaccine will get people back on planes, carriers globally are still expected to lose a combined $157 billion in 2020 and 2021.
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AirAsia, which reported its largest loss on record in the second quarter ended June 30, has been under immense pressure this year as COVID-19 roils the aviation industry.
East Japan Railway Co. and West Japan Railway Co. are forecasting their deepest losses since the country’s rail network was privatized in 1987.
The company, which in May reported its first fiscal year loss in a decade, is forecasting a strong recovery in the Chinese market by year-end.
With companies cutting back on hiring plans for 2021, soon-to-be college graduates worry they’re missing their chance.
Honda Motor Co. and General Motors Co. are laying the groundwork for a deeper partnership in North America to jointly develop gasoline engines and crossover SUVs, seeking to cut costs as the auto industry moves toward electric vehicles. The two automakers signed a nonbinding memorandum ...
Masuko was the last top-level leader remaining from the Carlos Ghosn era in the three-way alliance with Nissan and Renault.
If the motor is the heart of an EV, then coils in turn are the heart of the electric motor.
Labor shortage and virus fears push robotics and logistics companies to explore ways to integrate technology into consumer deliveries.
Changes in working style due to the pandemic may spur changes as companies are forced to re-examine long-entrenched business practices.