Tesla CEO Musks upbeat tweets about China boost stock

Elon Musk, the widely followed chief executive of electric car maker Tesla Motor, tweeted several optimistic statements about the companys sagging China operations on 30 March, sparking a sharp rebound in the companys stock. Mar 31, 2015

Pirelli CEO sees strong future with ChemChina

Italian tyre maker Pirelli has had no contacts over a possible counterbid that would trump a buyout offer by China National Chemical Corp, its chairman and chief executive Marco Tronchetti Provera said in an interview on 26 March. Mar 27, 2015

E.ON clears path for spin-off after record loss

Germanys largest utility E.ON suffered its biggest ever annual loss in 2014 after booking billions of euros in charges on its ailing power plants, clearing the way for it to spin off these assets that are suffering from ultra-low wholesale prices. Mar 11, 2015

Inside the worlds first Google Shop

As a world first, Google unveiled its first “shop in shop” - The Google shop - in Currys PC World on Tottenham Court Road in London. Mar 10, 2015

Apple ‘understands’ fashion with new watch

The much anticipated Apple Watch was unveiled in San Francisco on 9 March and the device is already earning points with reviewers who praise not only its tech abilities, but also its fashion appeal. Mar 10, 2015

Ringling Bros. circus to stop elephant acts by 2018

Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus will eliminate its elephant acts - long an integral part of the spectacle billed as The Greatest Show on Earth - by 2018 amid ongoing criticism by animal welfare activists, the circus parent company said on 5 March. Mar 5, 2015

Shoemaker Crocs delivering by drone

Shoemaker Crocs showed off a possible future alternative to heading out to their store on 5 March as they experimented with drones as a delivery option at a pop-up store. Mar 5, 2015

McDonalds to drop antibiotics in chicken supply

McDonalds US restaurants will gradually stop buying chicken raised with antibiotics vital to fighting human infections, the most aggressive step by a major food company to change chicken producers practices in the fight against dangerous superbugs. Mar 5, 2015

Apple and Google poaching settlement headed for approval

A US judge on 2 March seemed satisfied with a proposed $415m (£267m) settlement that would end a lawsuit in which tech workers accused Apple, Google and two other Silicon Valley companies of conspiring to hold down salaries. Mar 3, 2015