Days after Google, Facebook and Apple removed Infowars content, the app from the right-wing conspiracy site has surged in downloads.
The City Council voted on Wednesday to cap Uber vehicles and other ride-hail services.
By adding a new category, the Academy Awards risk signaling that blockbuster films are not worthy of consideration for the best overall picture honor.
The nonprofit that helped popularize Smokey Bear and “friends don’t let friends drive drunk” is teaming up with a gun control group to promote safe firearm storage.
Robert A. Iger, Disney’s chief executive, offered up few specifics about the service, but said its successful introduction would be the company’s “biggest priority” in 2019.
A downward trend in banking is opening up real estate opportunities as investors convert former branches to other uses, including churches, pharmacies and pizza parlors.
A resolution by the City Council there was largely meaningless because West Hollywood has no authority over the Walk of Fame, which is in Los Angeles.
Alisher Usmanov agreed to sell his 30 percent stake in the English Premier League team, clearing the way for Stan Kroenke to take the soccer club private.
The budget deficit is growing much faster than any increase in tariff revenue.
Even at companies run by prominent women — where it seems that gender diversity has made great strides — why is a female leader hardly ever replaced by another woman?