Corporate News

Woman facing felony charges in Jeff Bezos protest in Vegas

Jun 7, 2019

Authorities in Las Vegas are filing felony charges against a 30-year-old California woman who was arrested after approaching Amazon CEO and founder Jeff Bezos on a conference stage while yelling about chicken farms

Protester arrested at Jeff Bezos Amazon conference in Vegas

Jun 7, 2019

A woman was arrested after approaching Amazon CEO and founder Jeff Bezos and yelling about chicken farms on stage at a conference in Las Vegas

'Sell By' or what? US pushes for clarity on expiration dates

Jun 6, 2019

U.S. regulators want to clear up the confusion around date labels like "Sell by" and "Best by."

Enbridge seeks court ruling on Great Lakes oil pipeline deal

Jun 6, 2019

Enbridge Inc. is asking a Michigan court to rule on the legality of an agreement it reached with former Gov. Rick Snyder to build an oil pipeline beneath the channel linking lakes Huron and Michigan

Sales chief alleges Fiat Chrysler violated whistleblower law

Jun 5, 2019

Fiat Chrysler's U.S. sales chief is suing the company, alleging that it withheld 90 percent of his pay package last year because he testified in a government inquiry into sales reporting practices

Markets Right Now: Stocks rise again, though energy tanks

Jun 5, 2019

Stocks are closing higher for a second straight day Wednesday, although a sharp drop in energy shares tempered the gains

Trump campaign lawyers cite Mueller report to fight DNC suit

Jun 5, 2019

Lawyers for President Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign say Special Counsel Robert Mueller's findings should end a lawsuit alleging conspiracy between the campaign and Russia

The Latest: Congressional panel readies tech antitrust probe

Jun 4, 2019

As investigations into big tech heat up, Federal Trade Commission will take lead in any Facebook probe, Justice Department would lead oversight of Google

Antitrust jitters sweep Big Tech

Jun 3, 2019

Antitrust jitters sweep Big Tech

The Latest: Carnival to pay $20M for cruise pollution

Jun 3, 2019

Carnival Corp. has reached a settlement with federal prosecutors in which the world's largest cruise line agreed to pay a $20 million penalty for its ships continuing to pollute the oceans despite promising years ago to stop.