Visa is suspending its marketing campaign with Morgan Freeman following a CNN investigation that uncovered a pattern of alleged harassment and inappropriate behavior by the actor.
SoulCycle, the boutique indoor cycling company, has given up on an IPO. At least for now.
On Tuesday, Starbucks stores will close for an afternoon.
The Financial Times and New York Media, owner of New York magazine, have pulled certain ads from Facebook after the social media giant rolled out new policies for labeling ads about issues deemed political.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling 4.8 million vehicles over an issue that could prevent drivers from turning off cruise control.
A badly timed bet on the UK retail sector has cost one big Australian company $1 billion.
Samsonite has fired back at an investment firm that accused it of questionable business practices, but its response failed to reassure shareholders.
Europe’s sweeping data protection law came into force on Friday. And legal experts say big tech companies are already violating the new rules.
Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska is distancing himself from his massive aluminum company that’s reeling from crippling US sanctions.
Alexa has many talents. Amazon’s voice assistant can play music, set timers, order a pizza, and send recordings of private conversations to random people in its users’ contact list.
Tariffs on imported autos would be intended to protect the US economy, but they’ll probably do more harm than good.
Facebook on Thursday began following a long-held practice of the television and newspaper industry: Labeling political ads.
ExxonMobil, a frequent target of climate activists, is pledging to significantly reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.