Some of New York's largest employers say they plan to hire 100,000 "traditionally underserved" residents of the area within the next decade.
The pledge, made by the chief executive officers of 29 companies including ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Knott's Berry Farm recently felt more like a national park than a theme park. Reopening for a Knott's-designed food event dubbed Taste of Calico, the Southern California park's famed ghost town was clear for...Read more
Millions of self-employed individuals would be left out of President Donald Trump's move to defer payroll taxes for the last four months of the year, according to tax experts.
That's because the executive action ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Downtown business owners still struggling during the coronavirus pandemic were scrambling to board up broken windows and take stock of damage after a wave of vandalism and looting early Monday morning.
For some...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Diplomats from several Latin American and European countries are trying to delay next month's vote on President Donald Trump's nominee to lead a key international development bank, hoping to push the decision...Read more
With his four executive orders purportedly aimed at relieving Americans of the burdens of the coronavirus, President Trump spun the theme of his administration -- the Art of the Con -- up to a higher level.
The orders he ...Read more
UPS plans to levy higher holiday shipping surcharges on some of the biggest retailers that send out tens of thousands of packages a week.
UPS already has peak surcharges of 30 cents per package through Nov. 14 on ground ...Read more
For likely the first time in Royal Caribbean Group's 52-year history, the company has gone nearly four months without a passenger cruise. It's no surprise then, that the company's second quarter earnings were the worst on ...Read more
President Donald Trump's order to delay collection of payroll taxes thrusts a dilemma on U.S. companies: continue withholding the money from workers expecting bigger paychecks or pass it on and potentially put themselves ...Read more
The pandemic-induced downturn initially had hints of being the sharpest but shortest U.S. recession on record. Now there are increasing signs of economic scarring that resemble past slumps.
Beneath a headline number ...Read more
Let's be blunt. It makes no sense for Microsoft Corp. to buy TikTok.
Sure, a cohort of bankers and lawyers can make the case for how it would help the U.S. software giant "get back in the game" of social media and ...Read more
There were plenty of casualties left in the rubble of failed negotiations on another trillion-dollar-plus rescue package for a U.S. economy mired in a historic, pandemic-induced recession.
Worst hit are the families, ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- It was the moment this Hollywood startup had long been waiting for.
When the future of TikTok was imperiled by President Trump's executive order on Thursday, a previously obscure Century City-based rival ...Read more
McDonald's Corp. filed suit against its ousted leader Steve Easterbrook, alleging his termination last fall over a relationship with an employee shouldn't have included severance pay because he "concealed evidence and lied...Read more
The alert went out to Johann Baqueiro: A customer was sipping her Starbucks coffee inside the Ralphs supermarket and she wasn't wearing a face mask.
As a meat department manager, Baqueiro usually is focused on keeping ...Read more
President Trump's two executive orders targeting Chinese companies went public just after 6 p.m. Pacific on Thursday.
The first went after TikTok, to no one's surprise. The video app had been the subject of intensifying ...Read more
Justin Trudeau's government will hit the U.S. with retaliatory tariffs after President Donald Trump announced plans to impose duties on Canadian aluminum.
At a press conference in Ottawa, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia ...Read more
In a sweeping reorganization, WarnerMedia on Friday ousted two of its top programming chiefs: Bob Greenblatt and Kevin Reilly.
The move comes less than three months after former Hulu chief Jason Kilar took the helm of the...Read more
A ban on movie studios owning theaters that dates back to Hollywood's Golden Age was scrapped by a federal judge who said changes in the industry have rendered the restriction obsolete.
U.S. District Court Judge Analisa ...Read more
Former Tribune Publishing CEO Tony Hunter will become CEO of McClatchy Co. when the newspaper chain emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy next month, its new hedge fund owner announced Friday.
A longtime Chicago Tribune ...Read more
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