Search crews hunting for the wreck of Malaysian Air Flight 370 may need to review the area of focus again because the absence of any surface debris suggests the correct location has still not been identified, said the German oceanographer who helped find the remains of Air France 447.
Nestle SA offered to lift obstacles to rivals that make knockoff capsules for Nespresso coffee machines in France, aiming to end a probe by the competition regulator in the largest market for the iconic brand.
Uber Technologies Inc. has been banned by a Berlin court from providing taxi services via its smartphone software, in a sign the rebellion by local chauffeurs to the U.S. company’s business model in Europe is growing.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he hopes he won’t have to use his “right” to send troops to Ukraine as both countries’ foreign ministers met their counterparts from the U.S. and Europe over the crisis.
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd., India’s largest software exporter, predicts growth will be stronger this year as customers in the U.S. and Europe, as well as the Asia Pacific region outsource more work.
Film director and deep-sea explorer James Cameron said robot probes that were used on the wreck of the Titanic could be deployed to investigate debris from the missing Malaysian jet if it can be located on the ocean floor.
SAP AG, the largest maker of business-management software, reported sales and earnings that missed analysts’ estimates as it spends to deliver more programs over the Internet and currency fluctuations weigh on revenue.
European car sales advanced a seventh consecutive month as new models to replace aging vehicles and an economic rebound in the U.K. boosted demand at Renault SA, Ford Motor Co. and PSA Peugeot Citroen.