Admittedly, it is tempting to as much of your shopping at your local Dollar General Store—I mean, there is a new one popping up all the time. There is also the fact that shopping there is very affordable, and according
United Airlines would have to furlough 2,850 pilots this fall if the government did not allocate additional funding for the airlines to cover labor costs.
In a message to pilots on Thursday, Bryan Quigley, United's senior vice president of flight operations,
News from the national airline American Airlines is that they are going to suspend its current service to 15 cities across the country starting on October 7th, 2020. This coincides with the date that the CARES Act federal assistance is
McDonald's filed a lawsuit on Monday against its former CEO, Steve Easterbrook, over allegations that he lied to the board about the extend of his relationship with subordinates.
According to the court filings, Easterbrook misled investigators about engaging in sexual
California's attorney general Xavier Becerra and local and state watchdogs are investigating whether Amazon has taken all the necessary safety measures to protect its workers from the coronavirus pandemic, a court filing revealed.
Chiyomi Brent, a picker in an Amazon grocery
Most anyone you ask would agree that there is just a time when developers need to just let it go. Not every object needs to have a microphone, camera, or even multiple sensors attached to it.
There may be a justification
According to a report published in The Washington Post, Apple, the tech giant, is once again showing its true colors. The report stated that Apple has actively lobbied to Congress requesting that a bill aimed at preventing American companies from
Last week the nation’s largest retail chain, Walmart, confirmed that it had reversed its recent decision to remove all guns and ammo from their shelves. The reason for the initial removal originated in a statement as having been done due
Walmart said Thursday it would remove guns and ammunition from the sales floors nationwide due to concerns about break-ins and civil unrest.
The policy change comes in response to Philadelphia's protests after the police shooting of a black man, Walter Wallace
The California city of Compton will launch a guaranteed income program for its low-income residents, including illegal immigrants and formerly incarcerated people, Mayor Aja Brown said.
Compton is rolling out a pilot program called the Compton Pledge to distribute recurring cash
On Monday night, police departments across several cities reported a disruption in their 911 emergency all services. At the time of the outages, the exact extent was not know.
911 lines nationwide were reported as "not operational" by the Minneapolis Police
Yet another food brand is bowing down to political correctness and is removing a symbol used for generations. Cream of Wheat has announced they are removing the Black Chef character from all of their packaging. This comes at a point