Kelleher was a lawyer in San Antonio when a client came to him in the late 1960s with the idea for a low-fare airline that would fly between big cities in Texas
Andrew Pearse, Surjan Singh and Detelina Subeva are charged in Brooklyn federal court with conspiring to violate US anti-bribery law and to commit money laundering and securities fraud
Tech giant blames Trump's trade dispute with China, but US leader says new trade negotiations 'had to be done'
The San Francisco-based Airbnb in a statement called the ruling a 'huge win'
On Wednesday, Tesla did cut prices, knocking $2,000 off each of its three models
Stine Seed Co. has denied accusations that a salesman sold thousands of dollars’ worth of defective seeds to the farmers because they are black
Ancient city of Peshawar, capital of northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, has retained its reputation for some of country's tastiest cuisine despite bearing the brunt of country's bloody war with militancy
Environmentalists fear the right-wing president will open up the vast Amazon rainforest and other ecologically sensitive areas to commercial exploitation
A court has ruled that two companies should compensate South Koreans for WWII work; Japan says issue settled in 1965 treaty
After 104 years, retailer closes location on New York's Fifth Avenue
The economy minister urged a new look at immigration to fill thousands of open jobs
Market spurred in anticipation of economic reforms new president's government expected to implement