U.S. aviation regulators have begun a formal investigation of Boeing Co. after company employees alleged they faced duress that threatened their independence while assessing aircraft designs on behalf of the government.
The Federal Aviation Administration's compliance action, which focuses on a controversial program known as Organization ...Read more
The Trump administration this week threw out a rule aimed at protecting working people from payday lenders.
This isn't just the latest example of a business-friendly White House placing the interests of companies ahead of those of consumers.
It's also the latest example of Trump ignoring the economic disadvantages of Black and Latino Americans...Read more
A minor nuisance that comes with U.S. sanctions is having to say goodbye to buying on Amazon.
The company was fined more than $134,000 on Wednesday for selling goods and services to people in sanctioned countries and their embassies.
According to the U.S. Treasury Department, between 2011 and 2018, people or entities located in Crimea, Iran ...Read more
Bayer AG failed to report thousands of complaints of injuries allegedly caused by its Essure contraception device to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, according to newly unsealed documents.
After acquiring original Essure maker Conceptus in 2013, the German conglomerate continued the California-based company's practice of not reporting ...Read more
The Trump administration would support another round of tax rebate checks and help for restaurants, hotels and airlines as part of the next coronavirus aid package, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Thursday.
Outlining potential elements of a new aid package, which Congress plans to negotiate later this month, Mnuchin said he is also ...Read more
ORLANDO, Fla. -- After nearly four months of being closed during the pandemic, one of the last major theme parks in Florida will reopen this weekend. Mickey Mouse is back, but Walt Disney World has a slew of rules and guidelines you'll have to follow.
And getting tickets will be really hard.
Disney World will begin its phased reopening on July...Read more
Q: We live next door to a house that has recently turned into a busy short-term vacation rental. The guests party to all hours outside in the pool and otherwise misbehave. We tried speaking to the owner and even calling the police. Nothing works. What can we do? -- Tracy
Q: Our neighbors are very loud. They yell and play loud music at all hours...Read more
Amazon will buy an aviation fuel blend made from used fats, oils and greases over the next 12 months as it searches for ways to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of its growing air cargo operations.
The deal for up to 6 million gallons, announced Wednesday with oil giant Shell and sustainable aviation fuels producer World Energy -- the only ...Read more
SEATTLE -- Sur La Table, the Seattle-based company that built a savory brand around high-end kitchenware and upscale cooking, has filed for bankruptcy protection and will shutter 56 of its 121 remaining locations.
Wednesday's Chapter 11 filing, which could see the heavily indebted company sold to a New York investment group, comes just two ...Read more
Applications for unemployment benefits in the U.S. declined last week by more than projected, easing concerns of a renewed downturn in the labor market after several large states reported a pickup in coronavirus cases.
Initial jobless claims in regular state programs fell by 99,000 -- the most in a month -- to 1.31 million in the week ended ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Testing in the workplace could be the next step in fighting the coronavirus pandemic, but testing shortages and a lack of uniform standards are complicating the path forward.
Experts are largely unified in their call to make regular testing available in vulnerable places such as prisons or nursing homes, and Senate Republicans are...Read more
Berkeley, Calif., officials and nonprofit leaders broke ground Tuesday on housing for more than 200 homeless and low-income residents -- an unusual project set to become the city's largest affordable housing development.
The project, which will be built on a city-owned parking lot downtown, will include a unique mix of rental housing for low-...Read more
KINGSTON, Wash. -- On a visit to Tania Issa's farm, you won't find any pink-skinned pigs reared to produce the lean "other white meat" once touted in pork industry advertising campaigns.
She raises Mangalitsas, an eastern European breed that sport startling coats of red, black and blonde wool. They yield richly colored meat marbled with a ...Read more
As part of Qatar Airways' updated health and safety measures, the airline will now require passengers to wear a face shield in addition to a mask throughout their flight.
The carrier will provide the complimentary face shields to all passengers in two standard sizes, one for adults and the other for children. The shields will be distributed at ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Office leasing in Los Angeles County fell to its lowest point since the Great Recession in the second quarter as many businesses reeling from coronavirus restrictions and economic uncertainty halted their searches for new space.
Leasing transactions were about 60% to 70% below normal for that time of year, according to real ...Read more
The hedge fund Alden Capital Group challenged portions of a competitor's bid for McClatchy Co. in court filings late Wednesday, a move that confirmed its rumored interest in buying the company and threatened to further delay the auction that will decide the local news company's future.
Alden, which owns the MediaNews Group chain of newspapers ...Read more
DETROIT -- A federal district court judge on Wednesday dismissed the General Motors racketeering lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
The order followed a decision by the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals this week not to reassign the case at GM's request though it vacated Judge Paul Borman's earlier order that GM CEO Mary Barra and FCA ...Read more
General Motors said Wednesday it will keep the price of its 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray the same as the introductory 2020 model.
The 2021 Corvette, which goes on sale late in the fourth quarter, will start at $59,995, matching this year's model, which is about a $4,000 increase over the 2019 Corvette. Comparatively, the mid-engine Porsche ...Read more
T-Mobile US Inc., taking a first step in its long-promised assault of cable and phone companies' landline businesses, is launching wireless broadband service to homes in rural areas.
For $50 a month, customers in three western Michigan counties can sign up for internet service with speeds of about 50 megabits per second -- enough bandwidth for ...Read more
MIAMI -- Port Everglades is looking like an auto dealership these days, with rows of high-end vehicles on display, including a Mercedes Biturbo SUV worth a whopping $150,000, and even a few low-end cars, such as a Toyota Corolla valued at a meager $20,000.
There are 81 cars lined up, with a collective retail price of $3.2 million. And the feds ...Read more
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