Nike Inc on Tuesday defeated an appeal by a renowned photographer who accused the sportswear company of ripping off his iconic photo of basketball superstar Michael Jordan, and using it to create its "Jumpman" logo.
Liberal U.S. Supreme Court justices on Monday sharply questioned American Express over restrictions the company places on merchants, which several states and the Trump administration claim violate federal antitrust law.
Mexico and Canada want to rework less contentious chapters of NAFTA with the United States in new talks that started Sunday, hoping to clear the path for a breakthrough on the toughest issues before upcoming elections.
Some European companies are turning Amazon's rise and the e-tail revolution to their advantage, supplying online giants with everything from forklift trucks and storage space to cardboard boxes and automated warehouses.
Nails are buffed, blackheads scrubbed and coffee sipped to the sound of clipping scissors inside the "Men's" salon in Pakistan's capital Islamabad, where a growing number of male patrons are set on revamping their style.
Organic cotton cultivated in Pakistan will be certified by global agencies from next year, it was announced in a recent meeting organised by the World Wildlife Fund-Pakistan and the Karachi Cotton Association.