On Jan. 30, three major employers — Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan — announced they were joining forces to create a new company that will provide health care to their U.S. employees.
United Airlines recently denied boarding to an unidentified woman’s support peacock at Newark Liberty International Airport; a United spokesperson tells Fox News the bird did not meet its guidelines for several reasons, including size and weight.
On Jan. 28, IKEA confirms that founder Ingvar Kamprad died at 91 years old.
On Jan. 25, the Kentucky Fried Chicken debuted its first woman Colonel Sanders.
Three glass domes known as “The Spheres” opened Jan. 29 on Amazon’s corporate campus in Seattle, Washington; The Spheres, which are home to 40,000 plants from 30 countries, will provide Amazon employees with an urban oasis in which they can work, conduct meetings or just relax.
German automakers are distancing themselves from an industry-funded research group that, according to recent reports, conducted emissions tests on monkeys and humans.
On Monday, Jan. 22, Netflix’s unexpectedly strong fourth-quarter subscriber gains sent its total market value past $100 billion in after-hours trading until settling back at about $95 billion Tuesday.
On Jan. 22, Bacardi Limited, a company famous for rum, announced plans to buy Patrón in a deal that values the tequila maker at $5.1 billion.
Starting March 1, Delta Air Lines plans to impose new requirements designed to crack down on passengers who try to pass off untrained household pets as service or support animals; Delta cites an 84 percent increase in animal incidents — like defecating and biting — since 2016.
Nestlé has partnered with Swiss Chocolate Company, Barry Callebaut, to create a ruby chocolate KitKat which went on sale Jan. 19.