Peter Seto wakes up at 5:30 a.m., drinks a cup of coffee and makes the 18-minute cross-town commute to San Francisco’s waterfront. There, he hops in the driver’s seat of a 45-foot luxury coach outfitted with tinted windows, plush seats, TVs and wireless Internet to chauffeur a bus full of programmers around the Bay Area.
Quarterback Russell Wilson and his Seattle Seahawks teammates came to the New York area and won not only the Super Bowl but, in the part that matters to companies seeking athlete endorsers, the hearts and minds of those watching on television.
Apparel makers including Gap Inc., Hennes & Mauritz AB and Inditex SA called on Cambodia’s government, its garment industry and unions to hold talks after a strike over workers’ pay led to deadly clashes.
Jurors deciding whether Google Inc. stole Oracle Inc.’s technology were deadlocked on May 4 on one of three questions about whether the search engine provider infringed copyrights to build Android software.
Levi Strauss & Co. plans to sell its Denizen brand of low-cost jeans, which it introduced in China and other Asian countries, in the U.S., starting in the summer, the Financial Times reported, citing Aaron Boey , Denizen’s president.
Apple Inc. averted an order that could have hindered imports of the iPhone 4 into the U.S. after persuading a U.S. trade agency to invalidate a patent owned by Google Inc.’s Motorola Mobility unit over a phone sensor.
China is hoarding a record amount of cotton to aid farmers as global production exceeds demand for a fourth consecutive year, increasing the risk of a supply surge that would tip prices into a bear market.
The San Francisco 49ers and Levi Strauss & Co. reached a 20-year, $220 million agreement to name the National Football League team’s stadium under construction in Santa Clara for the world’s biggest maker of jeans.