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Made-in-China Ivanka Trump-brand scarves are being recalled because they are too flammable and pose a "burn risk" to consumers.
A handful of companies have said in recent days that they would either pull, reconsider or avoid projects in North Carolina.
The incident highlights a growing scam involving phishing attacks, where criminals use stolen W-2 information to impersonate taxpayers.
Starbucks announced on Wednesday that it's new coffee roastery in New York City would be it's largest location yet, at 20,000 square feet.
San Francisco ushers in a new era for parents. The city became the first to pass a law mandating six weeks of fully paid parental leave.
You may have assumed that the financial professional you've relied on to advise you on your retirement savings had your best interests at heart.
The company is considering the next steps to build out the product, which could include loyalty schemes and in-app purchases.
Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced a plan this week to eliminate the traditional siesta and trim the Spanish work day by two hours.
In a letter sent to shareholders on Tuesday, Amazon's founder and chief executive, Jeff Bezos, defended the online retailer's corporate culture.
World leaders, billionaires, celebrities and sports stars have been implicated in the Panama Papers, which at 2,600 gigabytes stands as the biggest data leak in history.
PayPal canceled plans to open a global operations center in Charlotte, North Carolina and invest $3.6 million in the area after the state passed a controversial law.
The new guidelines will apply to the discount retailer's more than 5,000 stores in the United States, including its Sam's Club warehouse chain.
U.S. drug maker Pfizer agreed on Tuesday to terminate its $160 billion agreement to acquire Botox maker Allergan.
For many developing countries around the world, the cash that migrant workers send home represents a major source of economic support.
President Obama on Tuesday criticized loopholes that help protect offshore tax havens and U.S. companies that move abroad for lower tax rates.
The sandwich chain says its new menu boards with calorie counts are already rolling out, and should soon be up in all 27,000 of its U.S. stores.
It previously with Yahoo streamed a game from London this past season that took place Sunday morning in the U.S.