Back in 2018, a federal judge went out of his way to protect AT&T from dramatic changes in its market.
"Cost-conscious consumers increasingly choose to 'cut' or 'shave' the cord, abandoning their traditional cable- or ...Read more
As another hurricane season bears down on the state, more than 50,000 Florida home insurance customers will soon receive notices that their policies have been canceled or won’t be renewed.
State insurance regulators ...Read more
The chief engineer behind the revolutionary all-electric Ford F-150 arrived in America as a third grader knowing only letters A through H, which she learned during her plane ride from China. She spoke no English.
"I ...Read more
Amazon, which has faced criticism for above-industry-average injury rates at its warehouses, said it is taking steps to halve the rate of workplace injuries in them by 2025.
The company is launching a suite of new ...Read more
David Zaslav was at a crossroads in 2007.
After spending 18 years at NBC, where he helped develop a cable portfolio that included CNBC and MSNBC, Zaslav had an offer to run Discovery Networks, the home of documentaries, ...Read more
AT&T merging its WarnerMedia assets with Discovery isn't the only move by the telecom behemoth that could impact consumers' wallets.
This week, the company also is making it harder for some people to pay their bills — ...Read more
Stellantis and iPhone-maker Foxconn are developing a partnership to supply not only Jeeps and Peugeots with infotainment and connected vehicle features, but also one that will supply other automakers.
The two companies ...Read more
Delta Air Lines is asking employees at its Atlanta headquarters to help clean and staff airport lounges because of a worker shortage.
The airline told employees that its Sky Clubs in Atlanta, which have all reopened, are ...Read more
Overwork is killing people worldwide, sometimes decades after they finish putting in the long hours, a new study indicates.
Specifically, putting in long hours led to 745,000 stroke and ischemic heart disease deaths in ...Read more
"A friend of mine and I bought a metal fabrication business 15 years ago. We've been very successful and have increased sales and profits dramatically since we took over the business.
"For many years, my friend and I ...Read more
Amazon is in talks to acquire Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, the Beverly Hills based film and TV company behind the James Bond and Rocky film franchises and TV shows including “The Voice,” according to three people ...Read more
In Chicago, Hilary Klein was packing her suitcase Friday night before her 6 a.m. flight to Orlando when the news broke.
Maggie Locker-Polding waited for the Disney gondola to leave Epcot for the night when she saw the ...Read more
For anyone still wondering why bitcoin lost nearly 8% of its value in the blink of an eye Sunday and has slid even more on Monday, we have two words of explanation: Elon Musk.
Since Feb. 8, when Tesla, his electric-car ...Read more
Tesla is "under review" by the California Department of Motor Vehicles to determine whether the company misleads customers by advertising its "full self-driving capability" option, the agency told The Times.
A Tesla ...Read more
China is pushing ahead with behind-the-scenes talks to join a major trade deal that originally aimed to exclude Beijing and cement U.S. economic power and trade ties in the Asia-Pacific region.
Officials from Australia, ...Read more
The Covid-19 pandemic hurt American financial well being, but the impact differed widely by education, income and race, a Federal Reserve survey showed.
“The pandemic caused substantial disruptions to many people’s ...Read more
Airline passengers may have to reveal their own cabin size before boarding, a new report claims.
Citing an FAA advisory, travel site View from the Wing reports that because Americans are getting heavier, airlines may have...Read more
Target will no longer require vaccinated customers and employees to wear masks in its stores unless mandated by local ordinances.
"Given the CDC's updated guidance last week, Target will no longer require fully vaccinated...Read more
Parents can look forward to some extra cash beginning July 15, as the IRS rolls out an expanded tax break for millions of families.
Parents will receive a monthly payment of as much as $300 per child for little ones 5 ...Read more
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