Corporate News

CBS, Viacom to reunite as media giants bulk up for streaming

Aug 13, 2019

CBS and Viacom are set to reunite, bringing together their networks and the Paramount movie studio as traditional media giants challenge streaming companies like Netflix

J.D. Salinger's books are finally going digital

Aug 11, 2019

You'll finally be able to catch the late J.D. Salinger's books in digital format

Mass shootings give rise to bullet-resistant backpacks

Aug 9, 2019

Mass shootings have led to the rise in bullet-resistant backpacks for children but critics question whether companies are using tragedy as a marketing opportunity

Utility to close Pennsylvania coal power plant early

Aug 9, 2019

An Ohio-based energy company says its closing its last coal-fired power plant in Pennsylvania nearly two years earlier than expected

Walmart pulls violent game displays but will still sell guns

Aug 9, 2019

Walmart has ordered workers to remove violent marketing material, unplug Xbox and PlayStation consoles that show violent video games and turn off any violence depicted on screens in its electronics departments

Immigrants lock doors, rally around children of detained

Aug 8, 2019

A spokesman for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement says nearly half of those arrested during the largest immigration raid in a decade in the United States have been released

The Latest: Chicken company says it obeys immigration laws

Aug 8, 2019

The company that owns one of the plants targeted in a Mississippi immigration raid says it follows strict procedures to make sure full-time employees are eligible to work in the country

Opponents of refinery location take case to Supreme Court

Aug 8, 2019

Two environmental groups who say North Dakota regulators should have intervened in the location of an oil refinery near the state's top tourist attraction, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, are taking their case to the state Supreme Court

ICE raids food plants on day of Trump visit to grieving city

Aug 7, 2019

U.S. immigration officials have raided Mississippi food processing plants in early-morning strikes that were part of a large-scale operation targeting both owners and employees

Stocks slide as rate cuts stoke fear of an economic slowdown

Aug 7, 2019

U.S. stocks slide as central banks around the world cut rates and stoke fear that the U.S.-China trade war will damage global economic growth.