As the Tampa Bay Rays and the Los Angeles Dodgers gear up for Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday night, the most notable difference between the two sides might just be the glaring salary gap.
Google previously paid the state of Washington $217,000 in 2018 after King County Superior Court ruled that the company did not provide access to documents filed with the state's Public Disclosure Commission in which Washington candidates and political committees reported about $1.5 million in payments to Google related to political advertising on its platform since 2013.
American Airlines is planning to reintroduce Boeing 737 Max jets to service in late December, on the condition that the FAA deems it safe to do so.
The additional 15,000 positions are part of the company's accelerated recruiting effort that it announced earlier this year.
Idris Elba, Regina King and more star in the film, but sources said the main cast members did not test positive
The 21-year old offers her services to both local and visiting families at a rate of $25 per hour. In addition, alumni of University of Central Florida's Zeta Tau Alpha sorority are also eligible for a discounted rate if they can provide proof of membership.
It’s finally time to start thinking about how 2020 is going to end.
NASA has picked Houston-based Intuitive Machines to land a water-measuring technology on the moon.
U.S. airlines expect it will be years before their business recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, even after pulling together over $100 billion by tapping government aid and mortgaging assets including planes and frequent-flier programs.
Twitter "has refused" to give the New York Post access to its account unless it deletes 6 tweets.
The U.S. Department of Justice is reportedly likely to file its highly-anticipated antitrust suit against Google early next week with without the support of any Democratic state attorneys general.
While AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon all use Apple’s high-speed cellular capabilities to promote their networks, their pitches differ.
The Indian government has warned Amazon.com’s local unit and Walmart’s Flipkart that sellers on their platforms are not complying with a rule requiring that a product’s country of origin be specified.
Electric vehicles are widely seen as the automobile industry's future, but a battle is unfolding in states across America over who should control the charging stations that could gradually replace fuel pumps.
General Motors announced Friday it is turning its Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Center into Factory ZERO, which will be the company's new home for the production of electric vehicles.
First, the Goya Foods boycott turned into a “buycott.” Now the largest Hispanic-owned foods company is finding favorable backlash in the wake of the CEO’s praise for President Trump.
Residents in all types of long-term care facilities will be able to access the vaccine at no charge.
The Trump administration on Friday unveiled a deal with CVS and Walgreens to administer a future coronavirus vaccine to nursing home residents and staff free of cost.
Boeing shares took off Friday after the European Union’s top aviation regulator cleared the 737 Max jet to return to the skies as soon as this year.
MLB on Fox reporter Ken Rosenthal on playoff action with some fans being allowed back into the stands.