Los Angeles Times Publisher to Go on Unpaid Leave of Absence
Ross Levinsohn, the publisher and chief executive of the Los Angeles Times, has voluntarily agreed to take an unpaid leave of absence while parent...
Amazon's HQ2 Losers Hold Out Hope for Consolation Prize
Amazon.com Inc.’s search for a second headquarters site disappointed 218 North American towns and cities, but many still have hopes of landing a...
Advertising's 'Mad Men' Bristle at Digital Revolution
Publicis Groupe, one of the world’s largest ad agencies, is trying to force old-school “creatives” to work more closely with new technology hires...
Facebook to Rank News Sources by Quality to Battle Misinformation
Facebook plans to start ranking news sources in its feed based on user evaluations of credibility, a major step in its effort to fight false and...
Trump Is Still Their Man
In the heart of Virginia coal country, the people of Buchanan County gave candidate Trump some of his biggest majorities, and they remain loyal....
Federal Reserve's Quarles Calls for 'Tailored' Approach to Supervision
The Federal Reserve’s supervision chief detailed a deregulatory agenda that would adjust thresholds determining capital and liquidity levels at...
How a Labor Stronghold Could Soon Take a Hit
An expected Supreme Court ruling this year could undercut union membership among public workers, which have been a stronghold for labor even as...
Delta Cracks Down on Service Animals, Citing Range of Risks
Delta Air Lines said that emotional-support and service animals will now need advanced documentation to travel, saying that incidents such as...
Consumer Sentiment Slides for Third-Straight Month
A measure of U.S. consumer sentiment slid in January for the third-straight month, continuing to ease after reaching its highest level in more than...
Lawsuits Mount Against LuLaRoe, Maker of Colorful Women's Leggings
LuLaRoe, a direct-sales company famous for its brightly patterned womenswear, is facing lawsuits accusing it of being a pyramid scheme, with its...
Why Some Small-Business Owners Will Miss Out on a Big Tax Break
Restrictions in the new federal tax law prevent certain small business owners from claiming a tax break for what is considered labor income.
Coca-Cola, Criticized for Plastic Bottles, Sets Recycling Goals
Coca-Cola said it wants to collect and recycle the equivalent of 100% of the packaging it puts out into the world by 2030.