Kroger is reportedly halting the use of coin change at its stores in response to a shortage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Walmart is adding "health ambassadors" to the front of select stores nationwide to remind customers of state and local coronavirus mask mandates.
A former Florida insurance agent is asking the public to "not take 15 seconds of my life and turn me into a demon," he told the Fort Myers News-Press.
Dr. Tom Inglesby of Johns Hopkins University said the U.S. is seeing a "really serious" surge in coronavirus cases that has caused an increase in the country's death toll.
The state of California is launching an antitrust probe into search giant Google, according to Politico.
Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield told "The Claman Countdown" on Thursday that he has no interest competing with Microsoft Teams.
Uber is rolling its name-your-price feature out to drivers in San Francisco, Modesto, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo in an effort to "further increase drivers’ flexibility and protect access to independent work," according to a blog post.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett is defending the automaker's decision to make and sell Police Interceptor vehicles following concerns from the company's employees, according to a report by Jalopnik.
Bed Bath & Beyond will close more than 200 stores over the next two years as part of a restructuring effort due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Berskshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett has donated 15.9 million in class B shares valued at $2.9 billion to five charities, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation, The Sherwood Foundation, Howard G. Buffett Foundation and NoVo Foundation, according to an announcement from the company on Wednesday.