Wednesday, Feb 14


Uber Is Still Losing Carloads Of Money

But the ride-hailing pioneer seems to be slowing the bleeding.

Friday, Feb 9


Uber, Waymo Reach Settlement In Bitter Legal Dispute

Uber had been accused of stealing trade secrets from Waymo.

Thursday, Feb 8


Wall Street Turmoil Worsens As Dow Jones Plunges 1,000 Points

The benchmark S&P 500 and the Dow industrials confirmed they were in correction territory.


72 Percent Of Asian-American Elders, Their Families Targeted By Fraud: Report

Limited English proficiency could be one reason why, the study suggests.

Wednesday, Feb 7


Solar Jobs Fell For The First Time In 7 Years In 2017. Now Trump Could Make It Worse.

The new tariffs the White House announced last month are likely to make things worse for the industry.


Steve Wynn Out As CEO And Chairman Of Wynn Resorts

The Las Vegas mogul has been accused of abusing and sexually harassing casino workers for decades.

Tuesday, Feb 6


Wall Street Bounces Back In Day Of Volatile Trade

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 567.02 points, or 2.33 percent, to 24,912.77.


Asian Markets Take A Tumble After U.S. Stocks Decline

Asian shares fell sharply on Tuesday after Wall Street suffered its biggest decline since 2011.

Monday, Feb 5


Dow Plunges Nearly 1,600 Points In Biggest Intraday Point Drop In History

The drop came as investors grappled with rising bond yields and potentially firming inflation.


Budweiser Touts Disaster Relief Efforts In 2018 Super Bowl Ad

The minute-long commercial highlights the company's emergency response plans.

Saturday, Feb 3


Fed Lowers The Boom On Wells Fargo After Years Of Grotesque Scandals

In an unprecedented move, the Fed ordered the bank to halt growth over compliance issues.

Friday, Feb 2


Steve Wynn's $7.5 Million Settlement Reportedly Involved Paternity Claim

Dozens of former employees have accused the casino mogul of sexual harassment.

Thursday, Feb 1


Trump’s USDA Could Make Hog Workers’ Jobs Even More Dangerous

The government agency proposed a rule that would eliminate line speed maximums at hog plants.


USDA Spares Poultry Workers Faster Line Speeds, But Hog Workers May Not Get So Lucky

Activists celebrated the decision, but remain concerned about the welfare of workers in hog plants.

Wednesday, Jan 31


Monster Energy Vice President Accused Of Sexual Harassment Resigns

HuffPost's reporting revealed text messages in which he called a female employee a "whore."

Monday, Jan 29


Most Americans Can't Afford A Minor Emergency

Just 39 percent of Americans have enough money in savings to cover an unexpected $1,000 bill, according to a new report.

Saturday, Jan 27


Steve Wynn Steps Down As RNC Finance Chair Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

The billionaire was accused of decades of sexual abuse in a bombshell Wall Street Journal report published on Friday.

Friday, Jan 26


Health Care Costs Are Still A Crushing Problem

Andrew Luccock pays about $1,700 per month for health insurance for his family of 5 — and still expects to pay more than


RNC Finance Chair Steve Wynn Accused Of Decades Of Sexual Misconduct: Report

The Las Vegas mogul has been accused of sexually harassing and abusing female employees.

Thursday, Jan 25


Donald Trump To Push His 'America First' Agenda On Elite 'Globalists' In Davos

Trump was never invited to attend the World Economic Forum as a businessman.

Wednesday, Jan 24


Bank Of America's Poorest Customers To Be Charged For Checking

People who once had free accounts may now have to pay $12 a month.

Tuesday, Jan 23

Exclusive: 5 Women Sue Monster Energy Over Abusive, Discriminatory Culture

The women say they were bullied, harassed and even assaulted. They're out of work, but the men who allegedly behaved badly? They still have jobs.

Thursday, Jan 18


Squirming On The Floor And A $200,000 Payout: Travis Kalanick's Last Months At Uber

"I'm terrible," he muttered, according to a devastating report from Bloomberg.


Amazon Narrows Down Second Headquarters List To 20 Possibilities

The places still in the running include 17 U.S. cities, one Canadian city and two other U.S. locations.

Tuesday, Jan 16


Bitcoin Plummets On Fears Of Regulatory Crackdown, Hits 4-Week Low

The latest tumble leaves bitcoin more than 40 percent down from the record highs of around $20,000 reached in mid-December, wiping about $125 billion from its “market cap."

Saturday, Jan 13


Native Americans Who Can't Afford Heat Take Desperate Measures To Stay Warm

“Out here, it feels like we’re in our own world. It doesn’t feel like the U.S. It feels like a third-world country.”

Friday, Jan 12


Jeff Bezos Announces $33 Million Scholarship Fund For 'Dreamers'

The grant will help 1,000 undocumented immigrant graduates of U.S. high schools.


Ford Urges Thousands Of Pickup Owners To Stop Driving After New Airbag Death

At least 21 deaths worldwide are linked to the Takata inflators that can rupture and send deadly metal fragments inside vehicles.


Insurance Giant Aflac Reportedly Sued For Worker Exploitation

The company calls the allegations "baseless."

Thursday, Jan 4


Philip Morris Says It's 'Trying To Give Up Cigarettes' In 2018

The tobacco company is pushing e-cigarettes instead, in what anti-smoking advocates are calling a "P.R. stunt."