A federal agency is accusing Google of spying on and then firing two employees who organized protests against the company.
Stock trades made by wealthy Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., raised the eyebrows of the Justice Department this spring, after they came across an email that suggested he was made aware of “upcoming changes” within a company two days prior to a major stock sale.
Goldman Sachs is using drone technology to conduct virtual tours of companies and close merger and acquisition deals amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly says software issues in Boeing’s 737 MAX plane that crashed twice and was grounded for the longest period in aviation history have "easily been addressed."
A South Carolina pharma company has been subcontracted to produce millions of single-dose prefilled syringes intended for administering COVID-19 vaccines.
Facebook and Google will both continue to block political advertisements on their platforms past the two-week moratorium both pre and post-Election Day that they originally announced.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the U.S. government's top infectious disease expert, said that a coronavirus vaccine could be available to the nation's highest-risk individuals as soon as December.
Bloomberg's cash outlay was part of a broader strategy by Democrats to flip key swing states blue, investing in areas previously seen as longshots as well as mavericks that Trump carried in 2016.
Thousands of companies and businesses are allowing their employees to take time off on Election Day to cast ballots and are offering incentives to workers who volunteer at polling sites.
The total cost of the 2020 election will nearly reach an unprecedented $14 billion, making it the most expensive election in history and twice as expensive as the 2016 presidential cycle, according to a new estimate from the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics.