Boeing: 737 MAX back in the air at the end of the summer

The first flights of the Boeing 737 MAX may take place towards the end of the summer. Boeing boss Dennis Muilenburg said that during a forum in Aspen. He also said that negotiations are ongoing with companies about compensation for damage…

Fargon reached a deal with US justice

Wholesale pharmacy supplier Fagron has reached an agreement in principle with the US judicial authorities in a investigation into the price fixing of pharmaceutical products. The company has to pay $ 22.3 million fine. The settlement is…

New takeover rules are hardly applicable to KPN

KPN will hardly be hindered by new rules that should better protect the company against unwanted takeover attempts. Analysts from UBS write this in a report on the bill regarding undesired control in the telecom sector. State Secretary Mona…

Eldorado buys Caesars in casino merger

Casino operator Eldorado Resorts takes over its ailing industry colleague Caesars Entertainment. Eldorado, including debts, pays about $ 17.3 billion for that. Caesars has been struggling since the company was acquired in 2008 by investors…

Dell urged users to update the support program

Dell has fixed a vulnerability into the support program that is installed by default on manufacturer's PCs. Those who have Dell SupportAssist on their Dell PC must update as soon as possible, the company reports in a blog post. Dell…

Google out of tablet business

Google will no longer make its own tablets, Computerworld writes. The company says that from now on the focus will be on laptops. A Google spokesperson confirmed that there will be no follow-up to the Pixel Slate tablet from 2018. Reports…