Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed a lawsuit against Pfizer, alleging that the pharmaceutical giant lied about the effectiveness of its COVID-19 vaccine.
Sen. Rand Paul criticizes the government's interference in free speech as newly-obtained documents show the lengths in which the Biden administration went to curb alleged COVID misinformation
New York City's business districts, Midtown and Lower Manhattan, are still struggling to recover post-pandemic and the Big Apple's downtown recovery rate is among the worst in the U.S.
The downtown businesses, which now lack consistent foot traffic, will face even further strain when California's minimum-wage increase kicks in next year.
Billionaire Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman said this week employees slack off when working from home, arguing they "profit" from working remotely.
The Australian federal court overseeing a class action case about a cruise by Carnival's Princess Cruises that experienced COVID-19 outbreak has released a judgment.
A report from Mindspace found that wellness-enhance offerings in the workplace aren't just good for employee health but can boost workers' motivation and sustain productivity.
The new CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance will help steer a massive cost-cutting plan as the drug-store chain attempts to stop losing money and as demand from COVID related products wains.
A pub in Oakland, California, announced it will permanently shutter its doors at the end of October due to rising crime and operating costs, the owner said.
Delta Air Lines has settled a class-action lawsuit and will pay millions to passengers who filed valid claims about flight cancellations during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Walgreens announced that its pharmacies across the country now have COVID-19 vaccine supplies and additional appointments available in response to ongoing disruptions.
China has explored a number of approaches to bridge the gap between more graduates and fewer jobs, but experts warn Beijing is ignoring the underlying issue.
Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle said during a recent conference that the COVID-19 pandemic made America's workforce "lazy." He received backlash for the remarks.
A luxury cruise ship that ran aground in Greenland on Monday has been freed with the assistance of a fishing vessel after three people aboard tested positive for COVID-19.
The House Committee on Small Business will start marking up two bills on Thursday aimed at recovering pandemic funds that were stolen and holding fraudsters accountable.
Three vaccine manufacturers have announced the prices for their new and updated vaccines. The shots are available for anyone 6 months of age and older.
Threads, a social media platform from Meta, is blocking search terms related to COVID-19 and other "potentially sensitive content," the company said.
One fintech CEO is detailing why relocating her company's headquarters to Florida seemed like the "obvious choice" as businesses and families flee to red states.
Moderna says its updated coronavirus vaccine offers a “strong" response to a new COVID-19 variant that is being monitored by the CDC and WHO.
The University of Michigan is asking students to "make an isolation" plan should they test positive for COVID-19 and be required to isolate off campus.