For starters, taking the company private could take more than $55 billion in debt, a tough move to finance amid slumping stocks.
He reportedly violated a McDonald's policy that says managers cannot have romantic relationships with employees who may report to them directly or indirectly.
While Spotify believes this method of advertising new releases can be a great tool for artists to reach their fans directly, smaller artists and independent labels fear the new policy will aid major labels and established artists and may be harmful to artists with smaller budgets.
Former Clinton Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers this week railed against the so-called "wealth tax" proposed by progressive Democrats, warning that such "anti-business" policies could have provoked more anti-Semitism from 20th-century business leaders.
The 2019 U.S. federal deficit increased 26 percent over 2018 and has more than doubled since 2015, the Treasury Department said Friday.
Researchers came to this conclusion following three experiments designed to measure how the gender of the CEO influences people's perception of the company following a product flaw or ethical failure.
Cybercriminals use skimming codes on payment-processing websites to steal credit card and other personal information.
Starting Wednesday, the fast-food chain will sell the "Incogmeato" Italian sausage on its Garden Specialty pizza for a limited time at a single store location in Phoenix, Arizona.
Fox News guest and bow-tie economist Peter Morici criticized Senator Elizabeth Warren's tax plan Monday morning, claiming that people with $50 million in assets are not wealthy and shouldn't be taxed.
"With the future of retail being experiential, we recognize and have witnessed the amazing experience it is for our customers to have a drone deliver their orders," business owner Tom Raub told Newsweek of his company's collaboration with Wing.
The Lockheed Martin company, Sikorsky, unveiled a new military helicopter just days after the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against them.
An Iowa county has placed wind and solar energy projects on hold until October 2020
For my fellow millennials, a gift guide that eschews big box, big corporations, opaque supply chains and "fast" products. Instead, beautiful, high-quality gift ideas, created by people doing their best to consider their inputs and impacts carefully.
The show is dominated by SUVs and trucks, but there is still room for exciting supercars, as well as electric cars and futuristic autonomous concept vehicles.
Prosperity is not just about wealth, it is also about inclusivity, health, education and safety.
Just hours after Trump threatened to "obliterate" Turkey's economy, he described the country as one of America's biggest and most honest trading partners
"I'm not a 'sports' type guy but I will definitely be going to @Dicks," Jeff Rodenkirch wrote.
One thing U.S. voters can agree on regardless of party: Increased regulations on Wall Street and banking institutions.
Investors are betting the threat of impeachment will force President Donald Trump into cutting a deal with China to end a trade war between the world's two largest economies.
After working at IBM for almost a decade and cofounding the Launch School, an online software enterprise, Kevin Wang may have undertaken his most ambitious project to date with Nervos, a blockchain network poised to transform the financial services industry.
Amazonians United Sacramento has unified to protest the company's limited off-time policies after a fellow worker was fired for spending one hour more than allowed by off-time policy at the bedside of her dying mother-in-law.
The largest local newspaper chain in Connecticut is urging President Donald Trump to step down from office in the wake of "damning evidence" tied to his communications with Ukraine.
Companies use this information to figure out whether to approve your home or other loan, renew your insurance or offer you a job and for other decisions that affect your finances—here's what to do when something goes wrong.
Since the 2016 election, Senator Mark Warner has been Silicon Valley's most active and vocal watchdog on Capitol Hill.