Uber General Counsel Salle Yoo had threatened Levandowski with termination in a letter if he didn't turn over the documents by May 23. A company spokesperson said that Levandowski didn't meet the deadline.
3. -- When Exxon Mobil (XOM - Get Report) holds its first annual meeting under the leadership of CEO Darren Woods on Wednesday, a handful of influential institutional owners could put pressure on the energy giant to adopt a more transparent policy about its prospects under stricter environmental rules.
The Wall Street Journal reported last week that BlackRock and Vanguard Group, two large holders of Exxon, were considering a vote for an investor plan that would pressure Exxon to conduct climate stress tests to determine how environmental regulations impact its value of oil assets.
Fidelity Investments and the California Public Employees' Retirement System were also said to be pressuring Exxon on climate change and environmental issues.
Exxon has urged investors to vote against the proposal.
In addition, shareholder proxy service Institutional Shareholder Services has advised Exxon investors to vote against the company's executive pay system.
Woods took over the reins of Exxon when former CEO Rex Tillerson left the company to become the U.S. secretary of state.
In a press release, Apple said the show would "feature many of today's biggest names in music, television, film, sports and pop culture buckling up and belting out their favorite songs for a road trip filled with comedy, conversation and music."
The show is a spinoff of James Corden's popular segment on The Late Late Show on CBS.
5. -- The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday proposed fining United Airlines (UAL - Get Report) $435,000 for operating 23 flights in 2014 using a Boeing 787 that the government claims was not in a condition to fly.
The FAA alleged that in June 2014 United mechanics replaced a fuel pump pressure switch on the aircraft but failed to perform a required inspection before returning the aircraft to service.
"The safety of our customers and employees is our top priority. We immediately took action after identifying the issue and are working closely with the FAA in their review," a United spokesman said.
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