Trump Threatens $200 Billion In New Tariffs Against ChinaTrump recently ordered tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese goods in retaliation for intellectual property theft. The tariffs were quickly matched by China on U.S. exports
Amazon Investors Wary Of Company Selling Facial-Recognition Tech To CopsAdvocates against the product cited the dangers of blanket police surveillance in front of Amazon's Spheres building.
IHOP Changing Its Name To IHOB?All-day breakfast lovers, say goodbye to IHOP. The restaurant posted a tweet suggesting it is changing its name to IHOB.
When Bayer Deal Is Done, Monsanto Name Will Be No MoreBayer said that, following the takeover, "Monsanto will no longer be a company name."
Concert Ticket Service Data Breach Disrupts Music Venues, Affects 26M UsersDid you buy concert or event tickets from TicketFly? Your personal information could have been stolen. It's also disrupted business for concert venues who are struggling to find alternatives to the service.
23 Deaths Linked To Faulty Takata Air BagsTakata's inflators can explode with too much force, hurling shrapnel into drivers and passengers.
American Companies Stand To Lose In Looming Trade WarThe likelihood of a trade conflagration leapt closer to reality after the United States imposed tariff on steel and aluminum imports from Canada, Mexico and the European Union. Infuriated, the jilted U.S. allies vowed to retaliate with tariffs of their own.
As Trade War Escalates, Senators Consider Reining In TrumpHis tariffs have drawn vows of retaliation from key allies, and threatens to inflate prices for U.S. consumers and companies.
Cracker Barrel Delays Sacramento Opening Until Mid-AugustThe first Cracker Barrel in Sacramento will not open until mid-August.
California To Spend $768 Million On Electric Car InfrastructureCalifornia utilities will invest nearly $768 million to expand a network of charging stations and build other infrastructure for electric vehicles as the state moves toward a goal of five million zero-emission cars on the roads by 2030.
Rodent Feces ‘Too Numerous To Count’ Among Violations Found At Necco PlantThe Food and Drug Administration has warned the struggling New England Confectionery Company about “serious violations” found at its Revere plant.
Campbell Soup Prepares For Hit From Steel TariffsAnthony DiSilvestro, the chief financial officer at Campbell, said a lot of the company's rising costs will be "driven by the impact of anticipated tariffs."