Defense & Aerospace


North Korea launched three short-range projectiles off its east coast, Seoul’s military said, in Pyongyang’s second weapons test in a week after a period of inactivity.


The telecom-and-media giant released its internet-based AT&T TV service, which resembles DirecTV but sidesteps the satellite dish.

CIO Journal

The aircraft manufacturer named Susan Doniz as the company’s chief information office, succeeding Vishwa Uddanwadiker, who took on the role in October.


The aircraft maker is looking to add two outside directors with safety and engineering experience amid scrutiny of the board’s oversight of the 737 MAX crisis.


Aging and fragmented technology has left the Navy unable to fully defend itself from persistent cyberattacks from China and elsewhere, defense officials said, prompting an effort to upgrade and secure computer networks.


Inspection of fuel tanks of the grounded aircraft revealed the problem, marking the latest setback in the plane maker’s efforts to address quality control problems.

Risk & Compliance Journal

Paula Goldman joined Inc. early last year as chief ethical and humane use officer, a new role tasked with developing a framework for making decisions on complicated political issues.


The plane maker consented to monitoring of its global defense business as part of a sweeping deal with U.S., U.K. and French prosecutors that settles bribery charges against the company.


Costs from the 737 MAX crisis sent the aerospace giant to its worst financial performance in two decades, although its shares rose in Wednesday trading.


Huawei was given the green light to build part of Britain’s next-generation 5G cellular network, with the U.K. government dismissing calls from the U.S. to boycott the Chinese telecom-equipment vendor over security fears.

Oil Markets

Iran-aligned Houthis in Yemen said they had targeted the world’s most valuable company and other sites in Saudi Arabia.