Nissan Warns Owners of Certain 2002-06 Vehicles About Airbag Issue

Nissan Warns Owners of Certain 2002-06 Vehicles About Airbag Issue

Nissan is urging the owners of about 84,000 older vehicles to stop driving them because the Takata air bag inflators have an increased risk of exploding and hurling dangerous metal fragments.

ConocoPhillips to Buy Marathon Oil in $17.1 Billion All-Stock Deal

ConocoPhillips to Buy Marathon Oil in $17.1 Billion All-Stock Deal

ConocoPhillips is buying Marathon Oil in an all-stock deal valued at approximately $17.1 billion.

Virginia-Based Tech Firm with 'Whites-Only' Job Listing Settles Discrimination Claims

Virginia-Based Tech Firm with 'Whites-Only' Job Listing Settles Discrimination Claims

A Virginia tech company is paying $38,500 to settle claims that it discriminated by posting a job listing seeking white, U.S.-born candidates for an opening as a business analyst.

T-Mobile to Buy U.S Cellular in $4.4 Billion Deal

T-Mobile to Buy U.S Cellular in $4.4 Billion Deal

T-Mobile would get more than 4 million new customers and control of U.S. Cellular’s wireless operations and about 30% of spectrum assets across several spectrum bands.

Walmart Ends Credit Card Partnership With Capital One

Walmart Ends Credit Card Partnership With Capital One

Walmart and Capital One have ended a partnership that made the banking company the exclusive issuer of the retail chain’s consumer credit cards.

Norfolk Southern Will Pay $15M in Settlement Over Ohio Derailment

Norfolk Southern Will Pay $15M in Settlement Over Ohio Derailment

The federal government agreed to a $15 million fine for Norfolk Southern in the 2023 derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.

Fewer Unemployment Claims Filed Last Week

Fewer Unemployment Claims Filed Last Week

The number of U.S. residents applying for unemployment benefits fell last week, and layoffs remained historically low.

Tesla Begins Construction of Megapack Battery Factory in Shanghai

Tesla Begins Construction of Megapack Battery Factory in Shanghai

Tesla has begun construction of a factory in Shanghai to make its Megapack energy storage batteries, China state media reported Thursday.

Mastercard to Use Artificial Intelligence in Fraud Detection

Mastercard to Use Artificial Intelligence in Fraud Detection

Mastercard said Wednesday that it expects to be able to discover through AI technology that a credit or debit card number has been compromised before it can be used by a cybercriminal.

Biden to Release 1M Barrels of Reserved Gasoline For Summer Travel

Biden to Release 1M Barrels of Reserved Gasoline For Summer Travel

The Biden administration said Tuesday that will release 1 million barrels of gasoline from a Northeast fuel reserve in an effort to lower consumer prices at the pump this summer.

Senate Report Says Parts Made With China’s Forced Labor Used in Cars by BMW, Jaguar, VW

Senate Report Says Parts Made With China’s Forced Labor Used in Cars by BMW, Jaguar, VW

BMW, Jaguar Land Rover and Volkswagen have purchased parts made by a Chinese company sanctioned under a 2021 law for using forced labor, a Senate inquiry found.

Target to Lower Prices on Thousands of Basic Items

Target to Lower Prices on Thousands of Basic Items

Target to Lower Prices on Thousands of Basic Items

Ivan Boesky, Whose Conviction Helped to Uncover Insider Trading Scandal, Dies at 87

Ivan Boesky, Whose Conviction Helped to Uncover Insider Trading Scandal, Dies at 87

Ivan F. Boesky, the stock trader whose cooperation with the government cracked one of the largest insider trading scandals in Wall Street history, has died at age 87.

Red Lobster Files For Bankruptcy Protection

Red Lobster Files For Bankruptcy Protection

Red Lobster has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

UAW Loses Effort to Unionize Two Alabama Plants

UAW Loses Effort to Unionize Two Alabama Plants

The United Auto Workers lost an attempt Friday to organize labor at two Mercedes-Benz factories in Alabama, according to results posted on the union's page.