Federal officials have filed a formal complaint charging that Wal-Mart violated the rights of protesting and striking workers last year.
We see the ads on TV and the coffee beans on the shelves in our grocery stores, but now East Coast favorite, Dunkin’ Donuts, is looking to expand in our area!
Target says that personal information — including phone numbers and email and mailing addresses — was stolen from as many as 70 million customers in its pre-Christmas data breach.
Given that consumers pay for a “bucket” of data every month and very few exceed it, they won’t actually save any money through the service, he said, while the sponsoring companies will also be paying AT&T.
People started showing up at the city of Rocklin Event Center for today’s Target job fair hours before doors opened. Some of them are desperate for a steady paycheck.
Sony says it will start an Internet-based TV service in the U.S. this year, offering a mix of live TV programming and video on demand.
Personal computer giant Hewlett-Packard Co. has confirmed that it expects layoffs at the upper end of a range that it outlined earlier this year, with 5,000 more workers than originally planned expected to lose jobs by October 2014.
Since hackers did not get the encryption key, they will still need to decrypt the information, making it more difficult to exploit their haul.
For the first time ever, OSHA is giving the green light to a zip line. The Lathrop attraction has become the first in the state to pass OSHA’s safety standards.
There’s a digging dilemma that could uproot a Ripon neighborhood. PG&E is asking people to move their pools, sheds and trees so workers can get to a gas line.
Potential victims of credit card fraud tied to Target’s security breach said they had trouble contacting the discounter through its website and call centers.
McDonald’s has agreed to pay $50,000 to settle a lawsuit that claimed it discriminated against a Muslim employee in Fresno who wasn’t allowed to grow a beard.
Forbes released its 28th World’s Billionaires issue on Monday. Here’s the top 10. You can find the rest of the list on Forbes.com
Electronic Entertainment Expo kicked off today at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Early Saturday morning, a private company is set to make history by launching a supply ship to the International Space Station. Here’s a look at the mission preps and what Space X and NASA expect the mission to look like.
Advertising is supposed to make you WANT a product. But some time, the claims go too far. Here are a few products over the years that have made false, misleading, or unsubstantiated claims…and got caught! It does not include the dozens of diet pills that have been fined for making false claims.
Apple now has strict policies on which applications for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch are approved for their App Store. But some risque or offensive apps have made it through the approval process, while others were rejected before getting to market. Here’s a look at a few of the most controversial apps.
Facebook, populated by at least 500 million users, has been both a source of innovation, controversy and fascination.
Has it really been 30 years since Steve Wosniak & Steve Jobs sold off Jobs’ VW van to raise money and launch a company? Yes, it has, and if you don’t believe it, just check out some of the higlights.