Major Australian Ports Reopen After Cyberattack Halts Operations

Updated Nov. 13, 2023 12:47 am ET|WSJ Pro SYDNEY—Some of Australia’s biggest ports restarted operations on Monday following a cyberattack that disrupted container traffic ahead of Christmas and highlighted vulnerabilities in the nation’s critical infrastructure. Dubai-based DP World shut down its terminals in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Fremantle after detecting suspicious activity on its systems … Read more

Frank Borman, Who Led Historic Flight Around the Moon in 1968, Dies at Age 95

Updated Nov. 9, 2023 7:49 pm ET Listen to article (1 minute) Frank Borman, an American astronaut who made history by circling the moon in 1968 and had what might have seemed like an even bumpier ride as chief executive of Eastern Airlines in the 1970s and 1980s, died Tuesday in Billings, Mont. He was … Read more

Tech, Media & Telecom Roundup: Market Talk

Updated Nov. 7, 2023 4:58 pm ET The latest Market Talks covering Technology, Media and Telecom. Published exclusively on Dow Jones Newswires at 4:20 ET, 12:20 ET and 16:50 ET. 1637 ET – GXO Logistics reports revenue up 8% year in 3Q to $2.5 billion as more companies outsource their distribution operations to third-party logistics … Read more

A Westernprice cap on Russian oilmeant to curb Moscow's war spending is increasingly losing its punch and U.S. officials are scrambling to shore up their experimental intervention in global oil markets.

A Western price cap on Russian oil meant to curb Moscow’s war spending is increasingly losing its punch and U.S. officials are scrambling to shore up their experimental intervention in global oil markets.

Over 100 buses torched in B’desh after BNP’s three-day strike call

Over hundred busses were set ablaze allegedly by BNP workers in Dhaka, following a three day strike call given by the country’s principal opposition outfit, the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP). BNP’s Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvi had called for a three-day complete blockade of the country starting 31 October to press the party’s one-point … Read more

Qantas’s Management Churn Continues as Loyalty Chief Quits

SYDNEY—The head of Qantas Airways’s loyalty division has quit the Australian carrier, adding to the leadership churn that has already included the departures of its chief executive and chairman. Copyright ©2023 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 87990cbe856818d5eddac44c7b1cdeb8

Ship Freight Rates Tumble as Consumers Pull Back

The largest container carriers are cutting sailings and face prospects of weaker prices in the months ahead. Source link

U.S. Probe of Russia-Sanctions Busting Focuses on Major Oil Trader

The investigation is examining whether Murtaza Lakhani, founder and chief executive of Mercantile & Maritime Group, traded Russian oil in breach of Western sanctions. Source link

Auto & Transport Roundup: Market Talk

The latest Market Talks covering the Auto and Transport sector. Source link