Doritos launched the world’s largest chip in a promo for the new “Jurassic World” film on Twitter June 14.
AT&T announced June 14 that it’s completed its takeover of Time Warner.
Toyota Motor Corp. recently invested $1 billion in Singapore-based ride-hailing app Grab.
IHOP announced June 11 that its name will change to International House of Burgers, sparking criticism from other food chains online.
Yahoo’s U.K. subsidiary was recently fined £250,000 ($335,000) by the U.K Information Commissioner’s Office over a data breach affecting more than half a million people.
Fast-food chain KFC plans to add meat-free “chicken” to its menu by 2019.
At the International Air Transport Association Annual General Meeting which started on June 3, airline bosses warned attendees ticket prices are going up as a result of rising oil and labor costs.
The Dubai based airline Emirates recently told the BBC windowless planes are coming.
In a statement on June 7, the owner of IKEA said it will only use renewable and recycled materials in its products by 2030 and ban single-use plastics by 2020.
Southeast Asia’s biggest ride-hailing firm Grab announced its partnership with New York-based company Cargo June 4, to turn its cars into mobile convenience stores.