Spring break crowds have brought a much-needed boost to the hopes of business owners across the country after more than a year of struggle and hardship under coronavirus lockdowns and restrictions.
A coalition of 12 states is suing President Biden’s administration over a climate executive order that they claim has the potential to have a serious economic impact across the country through the expansion of federal regulatory power.
A Texas woman visiting Las Vegas hit a $302,000 jackpot while waiting for her flight home at McCarran International Airport last week.
Robinhood will air its first Super Bowl commercial during the Big Game on Sunday despite the recent GameStop fiasco as it looks to market its brand as a platform where anyone can invest.
A waitress at a Florida restaurant received a generous $2,021 tip on Tuesday as part of an internet challenge to help bring some extra cheer to the end of a tumultuous year.
Amazon customers who own Echo and Ring devices will be automatically opted in to the new “Sidewalk” feature, which the company says will make the devices work better by sharing some of the users’ Internet connections.
Whole Foods CEO John Mackey slammed socialism as “the path to poverty” and defended capitalism as the “greatest thing humanity’s ever done” during a recent interview.
An Indiana couple could face decades in prison after they admitted to stealing $1.2 million from Amazon, according to a report.
Johnson & Johnson reported a strong third quarter performance on Tuesday following an announcement that it is pausing its coronavirus vaccine research study.
Shares of department store company Dillard’s saw a boost in trading on Monday after an associate of billionaire hedge fund manager Warren Buffett loaded up on stock.