J&J makes $2.1 billion offer to buy out Japan cosmetics firm Ci:z

U.S. healthcare conglomerate Johnson & Johnson said on Tuesday it is acquiring all outstanding shares of Japanese skincare firm Ci:z Holdings Co Ltd that it does not already own for 230 billion yen ($2.05 billion) in cash.

Mitsubishi Heavy’s struggling aircraft unit to gain $2 billion lifeline: NHK

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is arranging 220 billion yen ($2 billion) in financial support for its aircraft unit, which has struggled to deliver its first passenger plane, national broadcaster NHK reported on Tuesday.

Mitsubishi Heavy’s struggling aircraft unit to gain $2 billion lifeline: NHK

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is arranging 220 billion yen ($2 billion) in financial support for its aircraft unit, which has struggled to deliver its first passenger plane, national broadcaster NHK reported on Tuesday.

UBS says it allows staff to travel ‘freely’ to China after banker’s departure delayed

UBS allows all its staff to travel “freely in and out” of China and it is business as usual there, the Swiss bank said, after local authorities last week asked one of its bankers to delay her departure from Beijing to meet with officials.

Mitsubishi Heavy to inject $2 billion into regional jet unit: NHK

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is set to inject 220 billion yen ($2 billion) into its aircraft unit which has struggled to deliver its first passenger plane, national broadcaster NHK reported on Tuesday.

Amazon.com, Qualcomm to put Alexa assistant in more headphones

Microchip firm Qualcomm Inc is joining Amazon.com Inc to spread the use of Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant in wireless headphones, the companies said on Monday.

U.S. judge denies Monsanto new trial in California glyphosate case

A U.S. judge conditionally denied Bayer AG-unit Monsanto’s motion to receive a new trial on the $250 million punitive damages portion of a recent jury verdict that found the company’s glyphosate-based weed-killers, including RoundUp, responsible for a man’s terminal cancer.

Netflix adds to growing debt pile with $2 billion bond issue

Netflix Inc announced on Monday it will tap debt markets for a second time this year, aiming to raise another $2 billion as the streaming video pioneer invests heavily in production of original shows and content acquisition to fend off intensifying competition.