My View
Following
Saved
Autos & Transportation
Cathay Pacific narrows first-half loss as passenger numbers rise
Aerospace & Defense · August 9, 2022 · 9:33 PM PDT · 9 min ago
Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd posted on Wednesday a first-half loss of HK$5 billion ($637 million), narrowing from the prior year's HK$7.57 billion, as easing quarantine rules boosted passenger numbers.
Autos & Transportation
Musk sells Tesla shares worth $6.9 billion, cites chance of forced Twitter deal
6 min ago
Energy
U.S. oil refiners, pipeline companies expect strong demand for rest of 2022
1:47 PM PDT
Autos & Transportation
Ford raises prices of electric F-150 pickup amid high commodity costs
11:08 AM PDT
Charged
Tesla discloses lobbying effort to set up factory in Canada
5:16 PM PDT
Aerospace & Defense
Boeing deliveries slip to five-month low in July
8:53 AM PDT
Autos & Transportation
Volkswagen Mexico workers reject union's 9% raise deal, as inflation climbs
1:31 PM PDT
Charged
FedEx unit to test Ford's electric vans for parcel delivery
6:58 AM PDT
Autos & Transportation
Norwegian Cruise in choppy waters as pre-pandemic occupancy still a year away
12:35 PM PDT
Retail & Consumer
Emerson Electric profit jumps 47% on strength in automation unit
4:15 AM PDT
Autos & Transportation
Toyota suspends some Japan factory production due to COVID outbreak
4:52 AM PDT
Charged
Burning cash, commercial EV startups race to deliver vehicles
3:38 AM PDT
World
Talks between union and UK container port Felixstowe end without deal
2:19 AM PDT
Markets
Continental expects stronger demand after 'hurricane' headwinds in Q2
8:10 AM PDT
Autos & Transportation
Tesla's July sales of Chinese-made vehicles slide due to factory line upgrades
August 8, 2022
Autos & Transportation
Kia to recall 105,000 Rio cars in Russia
August 8, 2022
Markets
UPS to buy Italy's Bomi Group to grow healthcare logistics business
August 8, 2022
Technology
Chip and carmaker CEOs meet ahead of Biden signing
August 8, 2022
Autos & Transportation
Exclusive: Stellantis Mexico unit okays independent union; U.S. trade probe to end
August 8, 2022
Charged
U.S. House lawmakers look to jump-start self-driving legislative push
August 8, 2022
Latest
Home
Media
Videos
Pictures
Graphics
Browse
World
Business
Legal
Markets
Breakingviews
Technology
Investigations
Lifestyle
About Reuters
About Reuters
Careers
Reuters News Agency
Brand Attribution Guidelines
Reuters Leadership
Reuters Fact Check
Reuters Diversity Report
Stay Informed
Download the App
Newsletters
Information you can trust
Reuters, the news and media division of Thomson Reuters, is the world’s largest multimedia news provider, reaching billions of people worldwide every day. Reuters provides business, financial, national and international news to professionals via desktop terminals, the world's media organizations, industry events and directly to consumers.
Follow Us
Thomson Reuters Products
Westlaw
Build the strongest argument relying on authoritative content, attorney-editor expertise, and industry defining technology.
Onesource
The most comprehensive solution to manage all your complex and ever-expanding tax and compliance needs.
Checkpoint
The industry leader for online information for tax, accounting and finance professionals.
Refinitiv Products
Access unmatched financial data, news and content in a highly-customised workflow experience on desktop, web and mobile.
Browse an unrivalled portfolio of real-time and historical market data and insights from worldwide sources and experts.
Screen for heightened risk individual and entities globally to help uncover hidden risks in business relationships and human networks.
Advertise With Us
Advertising Guidelines
Cookies
Terms of Use
Privacy
Digital Accessibility
Corrections
Site Feedback

All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes. See here for a complete list of exchanges and delays.
© 2022 Reuters. All rights reserved