In a court filing, American Apparel’s chair provided explicit details allegedly uncovered during an investigation into the company’s ousted founder. WARNING: Graphic language.
Olive Garden is kicking the habit of luring customers by offering big discounts. But don’t worry, never-ending pasta isn’t going anywhere.
Niagara Bottling is recalling 14 brands of water after finding E. coli contamination at one of its springs.
The shares will trade on the New York Stock Exchange as “PLNT.”
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants search engines to quit publishing ads for potentially illegal schemes.
Hellmann’s says the amount of inaccessible mayo trapped in empty squeeze bottles was “very serious problem in America.” But those dark days are almost over.
Brands and stars set up shops within Twitter.
The two tallest buildings in the United States wouldn’t be enough to contain Bay Area startups’ expected growth over the next six months.
In partnership with the German union representing staff at Deutsche Telekom, T-Mobile’s parent company, call center workers are getting results.
The complaint to the National Labor Relations Board followed a protest at the company’s HQ on Thursday. WeWork denies the charges.
J.Crew, Banana Republic, and Gap are all holding massive sales right now after fashion missteps. Now you can compare those prices to their factory merchandise, which is also available online.
The company’s stock opened for trading at more than $10 above its initial $20 price.
Press guru Mark Penn is also heading for the exit.
Janitors at the co-working space launch a campaign for pay to match their union counterparts.
“Unlimited means unlimited,” the FCC insists.
The company wants a more diverse portfolio of stores, but the demise of La Boulange is an early sign of the challenges the smaller brands are facing.
The California Labor Commission has ruled that Barbara Ann Berwick is an employee, not an independent contractor.
As America’s biggest mall clothing store dramatically scales back its business, struggling malls across the country will take a hit.
If the New York wage board orders higher pay for the state’s fast-food workers, expect calls for similar hearings across the country.
In Touch comes from a long line of publications that split their time between titillating half-truths and rigorous investigative journalism. But is the magazine the last gasp of the American tabloid tradition — or its future?
The reckoning within retail is far from over.
Online lending marketplaces use software and pools of personal data to figure out who to lend to. Now a second layer of computers are picking through the choices made by the first.
Introducing the most significantly bearded CEO on the New York Stock Exchange.
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has been tapped as interim CEO.
Say what you want about the hot dog crust, but it’s the most popular specialty pizza globally for Pizza Hut.
Murdoch founded News Corporation in 1979 and has been at the helm ever since. 21st Century Fox was a spin-out of the now-defunct media conglomerate.
It’s still losing money, though.
The retailer has been hit hard by declining sales and complaints from once-loyal customers.
“If you can plan a party with an app, you should be able to organize a union.”