580K Glass Coffee Mugs Recalled, Can Break When Containing Hot Liquid

580K Glass Coffee Mugs Recalled, Can Break When Containing Hot Liquid

About 580,000 glass coffee mugs are being recalled after dozens of burn and laceration injuries were reported by consumers.

Unemployment Claims Fall to 238K From 10-Month High

Unemployment Claims Fall to 238K From 10-Month High

U.S. Department of Labor on Thursday said unemployment claims fell by 5,000 to 238,000 from a 10-month high of 243,000 the week prior.

Cyberattack Throttles Transactions at Thousands of Auto Dealers

Cyberattack Throttles Transactions at Thousands of Auto Dealers

A massive computer system outage attributed to a cyber attack disrupted retail transactions at thousands of auto dealers Wednesday.

Relatives of People Killed in Boeing Crashes Request Fining the Company $24B

Relatives of People Killed in Boeing Crashes Request Fining the Company $24B

Families of people who died in two Boeing 737 Max crashes are asking federal officials to fine the company $24.8 billion and pursue a criminal charge that was set aside three years ago.

McDonald's Ends Test Run of AI Drive-Thru

McDonald's Ends Test Run of AI Drive-Thru

McDonald’s artificial intelligence order-taking experiment will end.

Apple Ceases ‘Pay Later’ Service

Apple Ceases ‘Pay Later’ Service

Apple is discontinuing its buy now, pay later service, known as Apple Pay Later.

Amazon Fined Nearly $6M Over Warehouse Worker Quotas in California

Amazon Fined Nearly $6M Over Warehouse Worker Quotas in California

California fined Amazon a total of $5.9 million, alleging the e-commerce giant worked warehouse employees so hard that it put their safety at risk, officials said Tuesday.

Retail Sales Climbed a Meager 0.1% in May

Retail Sales Climbed a Meager 0.1% in May

Consumers barely increased spending in May, as still high prices on groceries and other necessities and high interest rates curbed spending.

Boeing CEO Testifies on Safety Problems in Senate Hearing

Boeing CEO Testifies on Safety Problems in Senate Hearing

US lawmakers pressed Boeing’s chief executive Tuesday about the company’s plans to fix its manufacturing problems and its willingness to heed whistleblowers’ warnings.

EV Company Fisker Files for Bankruptcy Protection

EV Company Fisker Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Electric vehicle company Fisker filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Stellantis Recalls 1.2M Vehicles to Fix Rear-View Camera Glitch

Stellantis Recalls 1.2M Vehicles to Fix Rear-View Camera Glitch

Stellantis is recalling nearly 1.2 million vehicles in the U.S. and Canada to fix a software glitch that can disable the rear-view camera.

Judge Orders BNSF Railway to Pay Native Tribe Nearly $400 Million

Judge Orders BNSF Railway to Pay Native Tribe Nearly $400 Million

A U.S. District judge ordered BNSF Railway to reimburse the Swinomish Tribe for violating a 1991 easement that allows trains to carry no more than 25 cars a day through the tribal reservation.

How Musk's $44.9B Tesla Package Compares With Other CEOs

How Musk's $44.9B Tesla Package Compares With Other CEOs

The median U.S. CEO pay package in 2023 was nearly 200 times more than a worker in the middle of their company pay scale. But Elon Musk's record-setting Tesla compensation dwarfs them by comparison.

Judge Says Trial is Required to Decide Antitrust Case Over Google Ad Tech

Judge Says Trial is Required to Decide Antitrust Case Over Google Ad Tech

A federal judge said the government's antitrust case against Google, regarding its advertising technology, will go to trial Sept. 9.

Tyson Foods Suspends CFO John Tyson After Second Alcohol-Related Arrest

Tyson Foods Suspends CFO John Tyson After Second Alcohol-Related Arrest

Tyson Foods suspended its chief financial officer – a great-grandson of the company’s founder – after his Thursday arrest on charges of driving while intoxicated.