american express co.
Oct 3, 2022, 11:54 AM EDT
Three new class representative plaintiffs have joined a class-action lawsuit against American Express alleging that the company racially discriminated against White employees.
Attorneys general from Tennessee, Montana and 22 other states warned credit card companies a plan to track gun purchases could violate consumer protection laws.
Twenty-three Republican attorneys general pushed Visa, Mastercard and American Express not to track purchases at U.S. gun stores on Tuesday, saying the data will be misused.
House Republicans asked credit card CEOs if they are going to support a move to create individual codes identifying gun purchases, making it easier to track individual buyers.
A class action lawsuit filed Tuesday alleges that American Express discriminates against White employees and shows "callous indifference" to civil rights law.
The Amex Rewards Checking account offers wide range of benefits, including an annual percentage yield rate of 0.5% and no maintenance or minimum balance fees.
Major corporations found themselves in hot water during 2021 as whistleblowers revealed what they claimed were employee training sessions steeped in critical race theory.
Discover has stopped processing donations to a left-wing U.S. organization accused of supporting Palestinian terrorism.
Five current and former employees at American Express told FOX Business that the company singles out Black people for promotion in a practice that one former employee described as "reverse discrimination against White people." Amex denied the claims.
The American Conservative Union, which organizes CPAC, called out American Express for its critical race theory training and its hardline stance against Republicans who contested the 2020 election results, warning that it would galvanize its political influence against AmEx if it did not reverse course.