Us Regulators

Showing of 1 - 20 from 10 results
Us Regulators - Total results - 10
New Boeing 737 MAX documents show 'very disturbing' picture about safety issues, says official
Business

New Boeing 737 MAX documents show 'very disturbing' picture about safety issues, says official

The latest revelations make it clear that despite shaking up its leadership, Boeing will continue to face questions well into 2020 over the actions that led to the crashes as it tries to win approval to return the MAX to service and to restore its damaged reputatio

TikTok apologises for taking down teen's account containing viral video on Uighurs in China
News & Analysis

TikTok apologises for taking down teen's account containing viral video on Uighurs in China

On 27 November, due to a human moderation error, Aziz's video talking about Uighur community was taken down.

Boeing, FAA say more time needed to finish changes in flight-control system of troubled 737 Max
Business

Boeing, FAA say more time needed to finish changes in flight-control system of troubled 737 Max

Boeing is making changes in an automated system that is designed to prevent the plane's nose from rising, which can lead to a dangerous aerodynamic stall.

Pinterest files IPO with regulators to tap into the market for new stock offerings
News & Analysis

Pinterest files IPO with regulators to tap into the market for new stock offerings

Pinterest plans to list under the symbol “PINS” on the NYSE, set a placeholder amount of $100 million.

India's drug regulator says Reuters report on Johnson & Johnson baby powder 'under consideration'
Business

India's drug regulator says Reuters report on Johnson & Johnson baby powder 'under consideration'

Johnson & Johnson said in a statement that the Reuters article, which was published on Friday, “is one-sided, false and inflammatory.”

Spotify confidentially files for IPO with US regulators as it targets direct listing within the first half of 2018
News & Analysis

Spotify confidentially files for IPO with US regulators as it targets direct listing within the first half of 2018

If Spotify, valued at as much as $19 billion last year, goes ahead with its plans, it would be the first major company to carry out a direct listing.

Uber agrees to two decades of audits after regulators find it guilty of breaching the privacy of its users
News & Analysis

Uber agrees to two decades of audits after regulators find it guilty of breaching the privacy of its users

Uber is now consumed by in-fighting among a divided board of directors and angry shareholders after an investor lawsuit was filed against Travis Kalanick.

With scrutiny rising, Google self-driving car project names general counsel
News & Analysis

With scrutiny rising, Google self-driving car project names general counsel

Alphabet Inc's Google self-driving car project said on Monday it appointed its first general counsel, as U.S. regulators increase their scrutiny of autonomous vehicles. Google has logged more than 1.7 million miles (2.7 million km) of autonomous driving in testing in Texas, California, Arizona and Washington state.

US regulators looking at dealing with social media
News & Analysis

US regulators looking at dealing with social media

A week after hackers broke into The Associated Press' Twitter feed and roiled financial markets, federal regulators say they need to find ways to deal...