Nearly a dozen attorneys general asked eight chains for information about whether their contracts kept franchisees from hiring workers away from one another.
The investment in Lime, an electric scooter start-up, is the latest effort by Uber to expand beyond ride-hailing.
The undercover satirist has been working more than a year on what the network has hyped as “perhaps the most dangerous show in the history of television.”
Facebook is working to spread its face-matching tools even as it faces heightened scrutiny from regulators and legislators in Europe and North America.
The smartphone maker disappointed investors in its first day of trading. Other Chinese tech giants have reason to believe that they could fare better.
Beijing’s retaliatory tariffs make American soy pricier. But the country’s huge demand for oil and animal feed makes it tough to stop importing overnight.
Proposals for dealing with the impact of automation have been developed in the West, and may not translate effectively to poorer countries.
The findings add another blow to the country’s vaunted reputation for quality manufacturing, and the automaker said it was investigating possible causes.
The poor performance shows a weak start for Hong Kong’s effort to attract more share offerings from China’s thriving technology companies.
As businesses scramble to navigate the new tax law, they are recruiting the people who wrote it to help look for loopholes. More than a dozen people have moved on.