U.S. Inflation Cooled in May, Second Month in a Row

U.S. Inflation Cooled in May, Second Month in a Row

Inflation in the United States eased in May for a second straight month, a sign that a pickup in prices that happened early this year may have passed.

Thousands of Drivers File Arbitration Claims Against Amazon for Unpaid Wages

Thousands of Drivers File Arbitration Claims Against Amazon for Unpaid Wages

The lawsuits allege Amazon’s classification of them as independent contractors instead of employees has led to unpaid wages and other financial losses.

Bill Gates Proceeds With Nuclear Project in Wyoming

Bill Gates Proceeds With Nuclear Project in Wyoming

Bill Gates and his energy company are starting construction at a Wyoming site for a next-generation nuclear power plant.

Boeing Sales Tumble, No Orders in May For 737 Max

Boeing Sales Tumble, No Orders in May For 737 Max

Boeing received orders for only four new planes in May and, for the second straight month, none for its best-selling 737 Max.

Investment Firm Takes $1.9B Stake in Southwest Airlines, Wants New CEO

Investment Firm Takes $1.9B Stake in Southwest Airlines, Wants New CEO

Activist shareholder Elliott Investment Management has bought a $1.9 billion stake in Southwest Airlines and is seeking to force out the CEO of the airline.

Chrysler Recalls 211K Dodge SUVs and Pickups Due to Software Malfunction

Chrysler Recalls 211K Dodge SUVs and Pickups Due to Software Malfunction

Chrysler is recalling more than 211,000 SUVs and pickups in the U.S., due to a software malfunction that could disable the electronic stability control systems.

Marijuana Supply Dwindles in Martha’s Vineyard, Leading to Lawsuit

Marijuana Supply Dwindles in Martha’s Vineyard, Leading to Lawsuit

An 81-year-old woman on Martha’s Vineyard drove to Island Time dispensary, seeking her usual order of cannabis. Owner Geoff Rose had to tell her the cupboard was bare.

Supreme Court Will Consider Meta’s Bid to End Cambridge Analytica Lawsuit

Supreme Court Will Consider Meta’s Bid to End Cambridge Analytica Lawsuit

U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it will consider ceasing a class action investors' lawsuit against Facebook parent Meta, stemming from the privacy scandal involving Cambridge Analtyica.

Apple Debuts Apple Intelligence AI Platform

Apple Debuts Apple Intelligence AI Platform

Apple jumped into the race to bring generative artificial intelligence to the masses during its World Wide Developers Conference on Monday.

Credit Card Delinquency Rises, But Consumers Have Options

Credit Card Delinquency Rises, But Consumers Have Options

Overdue credit card debt is at the highest level in more than a decade.

Cold Stone Creamery Faces Lawsuit Regarding Pistachios in Ice Cream

Cold Stone Creamery Faces Lawsuit Regarding Pistachios in Ice Cream

A federal judge in New York approved a Long Island woman's lawsuit that claims consumers are duped by Cold Stone Creamery when they purchase flavors that do not contain “represented ingredients.”

Kia Recalls 463K Telluride SUVs Due to Fire Risk

Kia Recalls 463K Telluride SUVs Due to Fire Risk

Kia America is recalling nearly 463,000 Telluride SUVs due to a fire hazard.

Ohio Taking Applications for Recreational Marijuana Sale Dispensaries

Ohio Taking Applications for Recreational Marijuana Sale Dispensaries

Ohio's Division of Cannabis Control is now accepting applications for dual licenses that will allow the state's existing medical marijuana dispensaries to also sell cannabis for recreational use.

US Employers Added 272,000 Jobs in May, Continuing April's Trend Upward

US Employers Added 272,000 Jobs in May, Continuing April's Trend Upward

America’s employers added 272,000 jobs in May, accelerating from April and considered a sign of economic confidence, with the Labor Department issuing numbers Friday.

Body Cameras Starting to be Tested as Shoplifting Deterrent

Body Cameras Starting to be Tested as Shoplifting Deterrent

Body-worn cameras have become commonly used during recent years by police departments for recording actions involving the public, and these days some retailers are also testing the option.