Viewers of the forthcoming HBO Max streaming service will reportedly see some live programming hit their screens at some point.
Coffee lovers around the country can soon have their caffeine jolt arrive at their door, thanks to Starbucks and Uber Eats.
The Department of Justice is taking aim at “market-leading online platforms,” announcing Tuesday that they’ll be taking a look into how their dominance was attained and whether their behavior has “reduced competition, stifled innovation, or otherwise harmed customers.”
The BuzzFeed News Union will receive its sought-after voluntary recognition from BuzzFeed, the group shared on social media Friday.
A U.K. oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz was seized by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard on Friday, the military branch said, claiming the vessel was operating against “international maritime laws and regulations.”
Sneaker-maker Converse and retailer Chinatown Market had a colorful trick up their sleeve when collaborating on a new type of kicks.
A new Chick-fil-A restaurant that opened its doors in Calallen, Texas on Thursday reportedly rang in the momentous occasion with a special opportunity for the first 100 customers.
Nearly a week ahead of Boeing’s second-quarter earnings release, the company on Thursday announced that it would take a $4.9 billion charge related to the grounding of 737 Max jets.
What was meant to be a two-day pop-up event in New York to showcase a 99 cent sneaker collaboration between Arizona Iced Tea and Adidas reportedly turned ugly Thursday morning, leading to injuries, arrests and the closure of the event, officials said.
The securities fraud conviction against former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli, which resulted in the so-called “Pharma Bro” being sent to prison, will stand, a federal appeals court reportedly ruled on Thursday.