A US federal judge has denied Apple’s request for a pause on a previous court order forcing the company to allow app makers to implement their own payment systems, after the tech giant was sued over alleged antitrust violations.
AT&T — the world's largest telecommunications company — offers an employee training program that teaches premises such as "American racism is a uniquely white trait" and "white people, you are the problem," according to a new report. AT&T has disputed some of the claims in the report, and dismissed it as "misleading."
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday unveiled the text of the Build Back Better Act, and it includes a provision to require banks to turn account information over to the IRS on accounts with $600 or more in annual transactions.
McDonald's is significantly hiking menu prices this year in order to keep pace with rising wages for employees and the costs associated with America's labor shortage and supply chain crises, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) said Thursday he will call a special session of the Florida legislature to vote on banning private companies from enacting vaccine mandates, as part of a plan to take even stronger action against public Covid restrictions, in a state already known for its aggressive stance.
The fast-food chain In-N-Out Burger made headlines this week when it announced it would not enforce a COVID-19 vaccination mandate for patrons in San Francisco, stating its role is not “to become the vaccination police for any government.”