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There’s little question that wages will increase meaningfully. What’s a cheap restaurant to do?
A federal judge in Illinois sharply criticized a police chief’s successful campaign to get the adult classifieds site cut off from the credit card system.
The coffee chain’s quarterly revenue reached a record $4.9 billion. That’s a lot of coffee and pastries.
The company is now worth more than Walmart, after adding about $40 billion in market value in frenzied trading following quarterly results.
As the ad boasts of raising pay for workers, the number 15 flashes across the screen. While $15 an hour may be a national goal for minimum wage campaigners, the company says the number was “chosen at random.”
The figures released on Thursday will be the last time the burger chain reports monthly sales numbers, amid a prolonged decline in the business.
Dave Asprey has big ambitions for Bulletproof, his lifestyle company that promotes buttered coffee and other fatty concoctions.
The machines can’t make a decent burger just yet—but they can definitely take your order. Not that labor groups are worried.
In a landmark decision, a New York state wage board has recommended an increase to a $15 minimum for the sector’s 180,000 workers. It awaits approval by the labor commissioner.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found a bevy of illegal student loan servicing practices at Discover Bank.
“Silicon Valley” actor Kumail Nanjiani is working for a much-hyped e-commerce startup.
The company’s stock is down more than 6% in late trading despite higher third-quarter profits than analysts expected.
Microsoft reduced the value of its Nokia handset unit by about 80%, leading to a $3.2 billion quarterly loss.
One franchisee says it might happen as soon as October.
BuzzFeed News speaks with Mary Kay Henry, president of the two million member Service Employees International Union and a driving force behind the Fight for 15.
The classifieds website is accusing law enforcement of restraining speech “without due process.”
The chain’s stores are still ringing up higher sales, just not at the rates it saw last year.
The company that owns and manages brands like Nanette Lepore and Kensie just bought the Limited Too brand trademark and plans to bring the chain back.
The action comes on the fifth birthday of the Dodd-Frank Act, which created the agency that investigated and penalized Citi.
At last, for Red Lobster, everyone’s priority at the company is Red Lobster. But will that be enough to make customers love it again?
A major test for the company.
At $49 billion, the California-based payments company has a richer valuation than its former parent, eBay.
As a partial owner of T-Mobile’s parent company, the German government is responsible for labor standards there, an international coalition of workers argues.
The Education Department continues to clash with the private agencies it partners with to service student loans.
The Golden Arches is now selling lobster rolls. So what other fancy foods can it deliver fast and cheap?
The mobile money transfer service grew by almost 250% in the last quarter, and has become central to PayPal’s efforts to reach younger users.
A new reinterpretation of employee classification could help win on-demand workers rights and protections in court.
Most on-demand companies are focused on creating greater efficiency for employers, not employees. But Activehours hopes to buck that trend, making payday as flexible as the future of work is supposed to be.