Undergraduate students on University of California campuses are reportedly stressed by the impact of a now month-long strike of tens of thousands of academic workers.
Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried tweeted early Friday morning that he does not have access to "much of his data," meaning potential testimony would be limited.
While it is now lawful for adults to possess and use marijuana in Missouri, residents can't yet legally purchase the drug for recreational use or use it everywhere.
Multiple states in the U.S. are raising their minimum hourly wages come January 2023, with four states across the West and East Coasts increasing to $15 or above.
Twitter reportedly plans to raise the cost of its Twitter Blue subscription to $11 if paid for using the iPhone app and charge $7 if users pay on the website.
New York City and Singapore topped a new list of 172 of the world's most expensive cities to live in. It was the first time the Big Apple made the list.
Gary Shedlin, BlackRock's chief financial officer, reportedly said Tuesday that the firm is freezing most hiring and reducing spending in an effort to be "prudent" ahead of 2023.
Apple is being sued by women who claim the California-based company's AirTag devices have made it easier for former partners and stalkers to track them.
The Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service said Monday that around 2,400 pounds of the Oscar Mayer Ham & Cheese Loaf had been recalled.