The Department of Housing and Urban Development is accusing Facebook of violating the Fair Housing Act.
Amazon isn't the only online shopping king based in Seattle. It looks like you can add fellow Seattle native Nordstrom to the list of retailers that have figured out how to sell things over the internet. Lots of things.
Tesla's stock tumbled after CEO Elon Musk said he's working himself to the bone and relies on Ambien to sleep.
President Donald Trump says he has asked the SEC to study whether to stop requiring companies to report quarterly earnings.
Chipotle will retrain its entire staff after customers got sick at an Ohio restaurant last month.
The US government is cracking down on foreign investment in companies. And that could be a problem for Elon Musk's plan to take Tesla private.
Amazon has already tried to reinvent brick-and-mortar grocery stores and book sellers. Is the movie theater next?
Chandra Kill had scheduled face-to-face interviews with 21 candidates to fill some job openings at her employment screening firm. Only 11 showed up.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has sought to reassure employees who are worried the company might compromise its values to get into China.
Investors are fleeing China's big tech companies.
Heat waves that ground airplanes. Rising seas that drown waterfronts. Wildfires that consume whole cities and blanket the West Coast in smoke.
1. Tesla CEO speaks: Elon Musk has given an emotional interview to the New York Times that addresses his controversial tweet about taking Tesla private.
The yuan has become caught up in the trade fight between China and the United States.
So much for all those worries that Walmart was losing ground to Amazon.
MoviePass isn't finished making changes.
Quick! Name the chief operating officer of Tesla.
It's rare that we get a female CEO.
The prospect of an outsider at the controls of France's national airline has produced a sharp backlash from unions.
It's hard to imagine how the situation could get any worse at JCPenney, which was once a powerhouse of retail.
Romantic comedies have not received a lot of love at the box office lately, but that could change this weekend with "Crazy Rich Asians."
A lawsuit filed by ten current and former Tinder executives accuses former CEO Greg Blatt of groping and sexually harassing a vice president of the company. The suit also claims that Tinder's corporate parent did nothing...
Aldi is synonymous with low-cost food staples, canned goods and no frills shopping.
Motorcycling in America is getting a makeover. Industry stalwarts and upstart competitors are trying to attract new riders who want something different from Harley-Davidson's big burbling cruisers or screaming Japanese and...
Talking about money is hard for many people. Asking for more money is even harder.
1. Retail therapy: It's a big day for US retail earnings.
Co-founders of Tinder and eight other former and current executives of the popular dating app are suing the service's current owners, alleging that they manipulated the valuation of the company to deny them of billions of...