U.S. Airways - Flight attendants have rejected a tentative labor agreement that had been struck early last week. The agreement would have been the first joint contract since U.S. Airways and America West merged in 2005.
GlaxoSmithKline - The drug company says study results show its new, once-daily HIV drug matches a Merck twice-a-day treatment in effectiveness.
Pinnacle Airlines - The regional airline is the latest carrier to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, as it succumbs to the pressures of high fuel prices and lower travel demand.
Global Payments - The company has been dropped by Visa as an approved payment processor, following a Friday data breach that exposed Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover Financial Services account holders to possible fraud.
Diageo - Diageo has reportedly hired Goldman Sachs Group to negotiate terms for its planned bid for a stake in Mexican tequila brand Jose Cuervo. London’s Sunday Telegraph says that possible stake is valued at about $3 billion. Diageo is the current U.S. distributor of the brand.
DirecTV - U.S. customers of the satellite TV service have lost Tribune Co. TV stations, after a contract between the satellite TV provider and Tribune expired Sunday night. The two have been unable to reach agreement on renewal terms.Page 2 of 3 | Prev Page | Next Page