Electric vehicle networks could be vulnerable to high-tech hackers
With billions in federal investment pouring into the development of electric vehicle charging networks, experts warn of the potential of widespread hacking.
Crypto firm FTX raised red flags long before collapse: experts
Bitcoin venture investor Marty Bent of Ten31 saw red flags with the FTX cryptocurrency exchange long before its historic collapse under founder Sam Bankman-Fried.
Louisiana’s neglected infrastructure gets big boost in government spending
Louisiana's long-neglected critical infrastructure systems are slated to get a major boost in federal funding from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
'Shrinkflation' dupes customers as companies seek profits during inflation spike
As the economy tightens and inflation persists, many corporations turn to "shrinkflation" to push profits higher without shocking consumers with higher prices.
COVID-19 relief fraud led to billions in taxpayer-funded Paycheck Protection Program loans lost
Officials say upwards of $100 billion was stolen in fraud schemes via pandemic relief packages, pushing the government to make major changes to security of the PPP loan program.
Russia's Ukraine war threatens to blow US food prices sky-high
Experts say American shoppers will begin to see higher grocery bills as the war in Ukraine threatens global food supplies.
Supply chain issues, aging workforce lead trucking industry to recruit younger drivers
America's trucking industry, seen as the backbone of the U.S. supply chain, is struggling to replace an aging workforce.
Local union members demanding — and winning — representation in national organizations
Union members across the country are fighting for better working conditions and more representation in their national unions. In two large unions, they've made large gains toward having a greater voice in the organizations.