In the chaos immediately following the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, a crucial source of data came from four rooftop antennas installed by aviation enthusiasts living near the flight path. The volunteers, who host the gizmos for a Houston-based company called FlightAware, captured clues aiding the search for the plane that went missing more than a month ago.
Applus Services SA, a Carlyle Group LP-backed inspection company for industries including transport and energy, and online travel agency EDreams Odigeo are moving ahead with initial public offerings in further signs of a market recovery in Spain.
El Salvador Vice President Salvador Sanchez Ceren is favored to win the presidency this weekend amid a spike in gang violence and investor concerns about the government’s embrace of Venezuela’s socialist government.
Cincinnati Reds All-Star pitcher Aroldis Chapman had surgery to insert a titanium plate to stabilize broken bones above his left eye and nose after being hit in the face by a line drive during a spring training game.
Martinsa-Fadesa SA, the Spanish property developer with 6.7 billion euros ($9.3 billion) of debt that sought bankruptcy protection in 2008, is in talks with lenders on a maneuver that would help it avoid insolvency.