Tensions between 7-Eleven and its franchisees have simmered for years. Now, they’re boiling over as store owners face a new franchise agreement that they say will shrink their profits further.
A Supreme Court ruling gave the agency a five-year window to seek repayment of money. Can it speed up its work, or will it need to ask Congress to act?
It’s often too complicated. And even when it isn’t, almost no one does it.
Members spent much of the weekend discussing what immediate actions it should take after sexual misconduct allegations against the C.E.O. were published by The New Yorker.
The subscription-based movie ticket service said the outage happened after it could not pay its bills and was forced to borrow $5 million.
Chipotle is marketing itself as a “purpose-driven lifestyle brand” at a time when brands are trying to enter their customers’ daily lives.
“Mission: Impossible — Fallout” arrived to $153.5 million in worldwide ticket sales, contributing to a nascent turnaround at Paramount Pictures.
The Rev. Al Sharpton and other leaders are stepping into the battle over a proposed limit to the growth of for-hire vehicles, calling it a civil rights issue.
Peter Wright helped negotiate a major Dow toxic cleanup. During that time, Dow was accused of submitting disputed data, misrepresenting scientific evidence and delaying the work.
A 157-acre hilltop plot in Los Angeles is being pitched as the city’s most expensive residential property ever.