WASHINGTON - President-elect Donald Trump urged the government to cancel purchase of Boeing's new Air Force One plane, saying it was "ridiculous" and too expensive.
COPENHAGEN Danish toymaker Lego is to appoint its first foreign CEO and give its family owners a bigger role in developing the Lego brand under an organizational shake-up that will see incumbent Jorgen Vig Knudstorp step down by the end of the year.
SAN FRANCISCO Mutual funds that bought Lululemon Athletica's stock in recent months may find themselves in a cold sweat if the retailer's quarterly report on Wednesday shows strong signs that leggings and other yoga apparel are falling out of fashion.
VIENNA Iran has shipped 11 tonnes of heavy water abroad to bring its stock back under a limit set by its landmark nuclear deal with major powers, according to a diplomat citing a confidential U.N. nuclear watchdog report.
BAGHDAD/ERBIL, Iraq Iraqi army units surged towards the center of Mosul on Tuesday in an attack from the city's southeastern edges that could give fresh impetus to the seven-week-old battle for Islamic State's Iraqi stronghold.
Philip Morris International Inc filed a much-awaited U.S. application to market a new type of cigarette that heats rather than burns tobacco and may carry fewer health risks.
NEW YORK Makers of the Snuggie blanket and other products sold mainly on TV have sued Amazon.com Inc, accusing the internet retailer of trademark infringement for letting an "astronomical" number of counterfeit products to be sold through its website.