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British Airways cancelled all its flights from London's two biggest airports on May 27 after a global computer system failure caused confusion and chaos, with thousands of passengers queuing for hours and planes left stuck on runways.
Twitter Inc dropped a lawsuit it filed the previous day against the US Homeland Security Department, saying the government had withdrawn a summons for records about who was behind an account critical of President Donald Trump.
The leading online purveyor of pet food and supplies almost never was. That's because the founders of Chewy.com originally planned to go into the online jewellery business.
The European Commission is opening up to some policy changes that telecoms companies want but is still but resisting mobile operators' efforts to merge with competitors inside national markets.
About a decade ago, eBay Inc made a legendary retreat from the Chinese auction business in the face of growing local competition. It was a defeat so humiliating that it became a business school case study.
Investors are betting heavily that Israeli defence and cybersecurity firms will reap a windfall from President Donald Trump's big US spending plans.
US online retailer Amazon.com Inc will open its fifth logistics centre in Poland this year, seeking to benefit from the country's relatively low wages and proximity to the large German market.
Amazon.com Inc warned that government actions to bolster domestic companies against foreign competition could hurt its business, in a possible reference to US President Donald Trump's "America First" agenda.
EU antitrust regulators opened three investigations on Feb 2 into 15 companies suspected of restricting online sales of electronics, videogames and hotel rooms to deny consumers choice and prevent them from buying at the lowest prices.
One of the leading European-based bitcoin exchanges is adding another virtual currency to the bitcoins already traded on its platform.