New devices will also have to come with repair manuals and be made in such a way that they can be dismantled using conventional tools
An explosive engine failure that showered debris over a Denver suburb prompted airlines in Japan and South Korea to halt flights using Boeing Co. 777 aircraft and spurred U.S. regulators to order emergency inspections of the engine’s fan blades.
Showers of jet engine parts over residential areas on both sides of the Atlantic have caught regulators' attention and prompted the suspension of some older Boeing planes from service.
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It recently released a video confronting a Facebook exec outside their home
Tensions are rising in Delhi where thousands of farmers are demanding agriculture reforms be repealed.
Short-sellers are sitting on estimated losses of $70.87 billion from their short positions in U.S. companies so far this year, data from financial data analytics firm Ortex showed on Thursday.
IKEA recently bought an 11,000 acre forest in Georgia to keep it from being developed as part of its carbon reducing strategies.
China is rushing to build a massive quarantine camp that can house more than 4,000 people, after an outbreak of Covid-19 this month that has left tens of millions of people under strict lockdown.
Lawyers said it was the longest sentence yet for violating Thailand’s notoriously harsh lèse-majesté law.
American automakers are asking the U.S. government to help solve a debilitating shortage of computer chips that is closing auto factories worldwide and could restrict production until the fall.
Norway expressed increasing concern about the safety of the Pfizer Inc. vaccine on elderly people with serious underlying health conditions after raising an estimate of the number who died after receiving inoculations to 29.