3M is cutting close to 3000 jobs and Amazon is considering a new acquisition. The large tax refund Orange received enabled the operator to buy out the minority shareholders of its Belgian subsidiary and to launch several projects.
3M announced today that it is cutting 2,900 jobs worldwide and reducing investment in lower-growth markets as part of a restructuring that is expected to result in savings of up to $350 million.
Several U.S. states are considering taking legal action against Facebook next week on charges of anti-competitive practices, Reuters reports.
Orange will buy back the remaining share capital of Orange Belgium at EUR 22 per share.
Nestlé strengthens its ecological transition plan by unveiling its detailed objectives.
Amazon.com is considering the purchase of the Wondery podcast platform, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Two federal agencies are putting pressure on Google to monitor some of its employee activists.
The Boeing Company's B737MAX makes its first flight on an American Airlines aircraft with press and industry employees on board.
TUI AG signs a third rescue plan worth €1.8 billion, with the support of private investors, banks and the German government.