CHICAGO -- Ask Navy veteran-turned-entrepreneur Todd Connor to describe the experience of leaving military service and his answer goes something like this: Imagine you are a successful lawyer in Seattle, and then your ...Read more
California became the first state in the nation last year to require solar panels on newly built homes.
But it's starting to look like the mandate wasn't quite a mandate.
The California Energy Commission also gave home ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon called U.S. income inequality a "huge problem," but he stopped short of saying America's top executives were being paid too much.
In an interview that...Read more
NEW YORK -- Apple Inc. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc., two of the most recognizable companies in tech and finance, are caught up in a growing debate over whether lenders unintentionally discriminate when they use complex ...Read more
Kaiser Permanente, which just narrowly averted one massive strike, is facing another one Monday.
The ongoing labor battles have undermined the health giant's once-golden reputation as a model of cost-effective care that ...Read more
SEATTLE -- Microsoft Corp. released a report that showed the company has hired more women and minorities, but highlighted persistent diversity challenges facing the world's largest software maker.
The number of female ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a blow to the gun industry, refusing to block a lawsuit against Remington Arms Co. by family members of nine people killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
The ...Read more
Q: I often present to groups and have received feedback that my PowerPoint slides are dry (actually, the word "boring" was used). I agree but don't know what to do to get more creative.
--Philipp, 56, strategy team ...Read more
New foreign investment rules proposed by the U.S. Treasury Department are compounding regulatory risks for mergers and acquisitions in the global financial technology market, analysts say.
The proposed rules, which are ...Read more
NEW YORK -- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV has been manufacturing more cars and trucks than its U.S. dealers are willing to accept, at one point creating a nationwide glut of about 40,000 unordered vehicles and stoking ...Read more
"I have been selling merchandise on eBay and Amazon for some time. I would like to build a 'brand' for the merchandise that I sell, but I'm being told that the only way to do that (since I'm not the manufacturer of these...Read more
BEIJING -- The U.S.-China trade war reignited the debate over which developing countries in Asia could take over the mantle of the world's workshop. The front-runners? India and Indonesia.
A report published Tuesday by ...Read more
Citing market headwinds, U.S. Steel will lay off up to 40 nonunion workers at its Minntac and Keetac taconite plants on Minnesota's Iron Range, officials said.
The news comes a week after disappointing third-quarter ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Southwest Airlines is flying 49 aircraft despite concerns that they do not comply with mandatory federal safety standards, according to documents released by the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Trump administration may punt on a decision on whether to slap tariffs on European automobiles as efforts of German automakers to highlight their new investments have helped in the talks, people familiar ...Read more
The staff of Hearst Magazines, including those at Elle, Cosmopolitan and Men's Health, have voted to unionize, joining a growing rank of new media industry groups seeking better employment terms.
A majority of the 500 ...Read more
Boeing said Monday it expects the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to clear the grounded 737 Max as safe to fly again in late December, but the FAA likely won't finalize a new Max pilot training regimen until January....Read more
Bernard J. Tyson, chairman and CEO of the giant nonprofit Kaiser Permanente health system, died suddenly Sunday morning, Kaiser announced.
"Bernard was an exceptional colleague, a passionate leader, and an honorable man. ...Read more
Amazon.com Inc. says it will open a grocery store in Los Angeles' Woodland Hills neighborhood next year, indicating the e-commerce giant's growing interest in the grocery business.
Amazon said the new store would be ...Read more
If you have health insurance through an employer, chances are the premiums are a big -- and growing -- line item in your household budget. The independent, non-profit Kaiser Family Foundation reports that the average ...Read more
- Apple co-founder says Goldman's Apple Card algo discriminates
- JPMorgan's Dimon laments income inequality, won't assail CEO pay
- Lawmakers: Southwest flying 49 jets that don't meet FAA standards
- California might not require solar panels on new homes, after all
- Helping veterans launch startups: 'There's a level of resilience that a lot of people in the military have, which is great for running your own business'