Four former CEOs of Volkswagen and other car companies affiliated with the manufacturer will pay millions in settlements fees after the company was caught cheating on emissions tests in 2015.
The Democratic senator tweeted on Tuesday: "Our tax system is rigged for billionaires who don't make their fortunes through income, like working families do."
91% of union workers from a Virginia truck plant voted no on salary language in a new contract proposal, and 3,000 employees will be resuming strike. The plant is Volvo's largest tractor-trailer truck manufacturer in the world.
President Nayib Bukele has announced that he will be introducing a bill to make El Salvador the first sovereign state to accept bitcoin as a legal tender.
A union at a South Dakota pork plant is considering a walkout after rejecting a contract with Smithfield foods. Meat-packing workers have been forced to navigate employment in a pandemic, and the union hopes a strike will help get base pay at the plant raised to $19 an hour.
Cryptocurrency investors and analysts believe the decentralized digital currency will rise further in value in the coming months and years.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO caused a stir after posting heartbreak memes about the famous cryptocurrency.
Decades after Bernie Sanders first ran bus trips to Canada, President Biden has a bipartisan opportunity to end drugmakers' ability to lock Americans out of lower-priced medicine.
Insurance companies found a way to make record profits during a pandemic: Sell you a product too expensive to use.
"One certainty is crypto will continue to positively impact business more than the SEC," the billionaire entrepreneur tweeted.
The nation will soon reach the White House's aim of 70 percent of adults having had at least one vaccine shot.
"Speculation that Robinhood has halted trading in $AMC is not accurate. Earlier today, the NYSE implemented a volatility trading pause of $AMC," Robinhood wrote in a tweet on Wednesday.
It's a federal holiday, so non-essential government services will be unavailable on Memorial Day. But what's open in California?
From discounted Apple AirPods at Walmart to deals on appliances at Costco, make the most of the Memorial Day sales.
Pennsylvania-based Sheetz will partner with digital payment network Flexa to become the first convenience chain in the U.S. to offer cryptocurrency as a payment option.
To try to prevent the mice from devouring everything, the state government has ordered 1,320 gallons of bromadiolone, a banned poison, from India.
A routine FSIS label verification found that packaging didn't accurately list all the ingredients, including sesame oil.
More than 500 employees demand that the e-commerce company terminates business contracts with organizations that they allege violate human rights, including the Israeli Defense Forces.
Tech giants move their anti-gig-worker efforts to New York—and may be nearing a landmark victory in a state that used to be a labor stronghold.
The GOP governor quipped that even some Democratic lawmakers "escape" their own "repressive" policies in order to enjoy Florida's version of freedom.
The report showed 378 small loans totaling more than $7 million were obtained by fake businesses in 28 states.
The government measures announced late Friday mean large-scale crypto mining will move out of China.