Competitors to Uber and Lyft are eyeing the California market as a potential suspension to both ride-hailing companies looms over a state law that would require them to reclassify their drivers as employees rather than independent contractors.
Home Depot has experienced a surge in foot traffic, far exceeding growth projections from the previous year.
Britain Trade Secretary Liz Truss said she will fight “unfair” U.S. tariffs on Scotch whisky, vowing to consign them to the bin of history.
A North Carolina aquarium shut down for nearly six months amid the coronavirus pandemic has gathered about “100 gallons” of tossed coins from a large waterfall at the facility in order to pay its bills.
U.S. job openings increased nearly 6 million in June as many workers in the restaurant and service industries quit, yet overall vacancies still remained below pre-pandemic levels, according to a Monday report from the Labor Department.
Media tycoon and outspoken Beijing critic Jimmy Lai has reportedly been arrested by Hong Kong authorities under the pretenses of a national security law that has been used to crack down on dissidents since its passage in June.
The drop in credit card debt underscores how the pandemic affected consumer spending habits, as households did not want to take on additional debt.
Executives at two Mississippi poultry processing plants were charged in federal court Thursday with harboring hundreds of illegal immigrants.