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Fast food workers plan to walk off the job in an estimated 150 cities on Thursday, with employees in many locations planning civil disobedience.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is returning to run Bloomberg LP, according to a letter sent to all employees Wednesday.
In the business of catching bad guys, the bounty system provides a mega-dollar revenue stream for snitches and do-gooders.
“There is no higher priority for us at this time than to rapidly gather the facts so that we can provide answers to our customers."
Ukraine's ongoing war with pro-Russian separatists and their Moscow benefactors is pushing money out of the region — and into the U.S.
Forget "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People." The website for the Harvard Business Review now has a list of the "9 Habits That Lead to Terrible Decisions."Based on surveys, bad decision-makers share many of the worst traits. The No. 1 habit: laziness."This showed up as a failure to check facts, to take the initiative, to confirm assumptions, or to gather additional input.
Tesla Motors has chosen Nevada for a massive, $5 billion battery 'gigafactory' that will pump out batteries for electric cars, sources say.
Almost $1 in every $5 of the nation's economy will be devoted to health-care spending by 2023, according to a new official projection.
Scammers have lately used malicious software to pilfer credit card information from cash registers around the country. More than 1,000 U.S. businesses have been targeted, according to a recent advisory from the Department of Homeland Security, including Target and UPS stores.
Stocks ended mixed on Wednesday despite strong economic data and optimism over the possibility of a cease-fire in Ukraine.
The social media giant went dark for many users Wednesday afternoon.
When a flight gets diverted because of two travelers getting into an argument over knee space, it's a judgment call by the cabin crew.
Prenups are supposed to be the ultimate divorce insurance for the wealthy. Yet like insurance, prenuptial agreements are often challenged.
Prenups are supposed to be the ultimate divorce insurance for the wealthy. Yet like insurance, prenuptial agreements are often challenged when there's a claim. The increasingly bitter and public divorce battle between hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin and his wife of 10 years, Anne Dias-Griffin, centers on the couple's prenup, signed in 2002.
Starbucks says it’s sorry that a customer was turned away when she tried to bring her service dog into one of its coffee shops in New York state.