Private Messaging Apps Increasingly Used For Public BusinessWhether communications on those platforms should be part of the public record is a growing but unsettled debate in states across the country.
Farmers Want Protections From Tariffs In Farm Bill The negotiations come amid low commodity prices and farmers increasingly are worried that President Donald Trump's tariffs on foreign imports may depress commodity prices further.
Vocational Training Helps Fill Skill Gaps As Job Market Tightens For EmployersThis program provides training at no cost and helps students obtain their GED if they haven’t completed high school.
Crystal Geyser Bottler At Center Of Toxic Waste Dumping CaseFederal prosecutors announced charges against the company that bottles Crystal Geyser water and two companies that transported and dumped the toxic waste.
Rising Rents Have More Sacramento Residents Searching For RoommatesExperts say it’s a trend that may be saving people thousands of dollars a year.
Tesla Buyers Worried They May Lose Tax Credits Waiting For Model 3They're worried that the looming phaseout of a $7,500 federal tax credit will put the cost of the car out of their reach.
Wall Street Panics As Netflix Growth Has Slow QuarterIt marked the first time in a more than a year that Netflix hadn't exceeded its subscriber growth projections. As of June 30, Netflix had 130 million subscribers.
How To Make Sure That Prime Day Deal Is Really A DealAmazon Prime Day, which kicks off this Monday, July 16, at noon ET, will attract zillions of buyers seeking Black-Friday-in-July pricing on zillions of products.
Papa Gone: Papa John's Removing Founder's Image From MarketingJohn Schnatter is still on the board and is the company's largest shareholder - meaning he remains a key presence.
Fast Food Chains Ending No-Poaching Policies For EmployeesMcDonald's, Auntie Anne's, Arby's, Carl's Jr., Jimmy John's, Cinnabon and Buffalo Wild Wings will voluntarily end the controversial practice.
Costco's Decision To Remove Polish Dogs From Menu Sparks Outcry
Auto Sales Rise In First Half Of 2018, But Profits May Not MatchAnalysts at Cox Automotive, which includes Kelley Blue Book, issued a cautionary note on the numbers, saying that much of the increase was due to low-profit sales to fleet buyers