Airlines Improving, but Need to Do More to Reduce Disruptions, Transportation Secretary Says 

Airlines made it through the July 4 holiday, but still face challenges this summer, Secretary Pete Buttigieg said.

U.K. Flexes New Muscle in Antitrust Probes Over Microsoft and Amazon 

Britain's antitrust regulator opened probes into Microsoft's $75 billion bid for the videogame giant Activision and how Amazon uses data to boost its business.

Norwegian Cruise Line to End Its Covid-Testing Requirement 

Pre-travel testing will still be needed in accordance with country regulations, including those of the U.S., Canada, Greece and Bermuda.

France to Nationalize Energy Giant EDF to Help It Combat Europe's Energy Crisis 

The French government said the step to fully nationalize the utility company is necessary to manage the transition away from fossil fuels at a time of energy crisis in Europe.

Macmillan Says Retailers Can Again Order Its Books After Cyberattack 

The company said it is working its way through a backlog of orders and that it doesn't anticipate it will have to change the publication date of any of its coming books.

Amazon Adds Grubhub Delivery to Prime Membership 

The partnership with Just Eat, Grubhub's parent company, could include a small equity stake for the e-commerce giant.

Rivian Cranked Up Production in Second Quarter at Illinois Factory 

The California-based EV startup nearly doubled its production rate and says it is on track to hit its annual target of 25,000 vehicles.

Online Ad Slump Won't Be a Blip 

Google, Facebook and other online ad players are in for another tough quarter and beyond.

Twitter's Tussle With Delhi Will Define Online Speech in India 

Twitter is challenging the scope of the Indian government's power to force removal of tweets. Whatever happens, the court case will change the environment for online speech-and business-in the world's second-most-populous nation.

Batteries Become Do-Or-Die for Air-Taxi Startups 

The dream of electric air taxis has always depended on the reality of batteries. With money for moonshots drying up, investors may be wise to focus on today's technology rather than tomorrow's.


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