Chiquita Brands International Inc., owner of the namesake banana label, agreed to buy Ireland’s Fyffes Plc to create the world’s biggest supplier of the fruit for about 403 million euros ($559 million).
A month after Muammar Qaddafi’s regime collapsed, Dania Ben Sasi swept onto a makeshift stage in the west Libyan town of Zuwara and filled its streets with songs in a Berber dialect that had been banned for more than 40 years.
Hedge funds have added short positions in TUI AG in the past month, after the owner of Europe’s largest tour operator rose to its highest price in more than five years, as investors wait for a turnaround program initiated by its chief executive officer to boost earnings.
Cockpit technology to cut the risk of on-ground airport collisions is moving toward commercial adoption as Honeywell International Inc. targets business jets like those favored by chief executive officers.
Spanish politicians trying to cushion the blows of austerity plan to seize foreclosed homes to house the needy, discouraging foreign investment and threatening to violate terms of the European bailout of the country’s banks.
Five people died and three were injured when a lifeboat dropped from a docked cruise ship operated by TUI AG’s Thomson during an emergency drill in the port of Santa Cruz de La Palma, in the Canary Islands.