Banks like Wells Fargo have a weapon that can destroy an employee's career: A form. A long, boring form most people don't even know exists.
An American Airlines 767 aborted its takeoff because of what airline says was "an engine-related issue." The plane caught fire and passengers were evacuated.
This follows a broader pattern throughout this campaign: When Trump's chances go up, stocks go down.
Airline passengers are often wary of corny safety videos on flights. NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Wall Street Journal reporter Scott McCartney about those videos.
With all the concern over AT&T's proposed takeover of Time Warner for fears of concentration of corporate might, NPR explores if the deal makes any sense.
Uber drivers in England and Wales have won the right to be classified as workers, not independent contractors. That means they will be eligible for paid time off, regular breaks and guaranteed at least the national minimum wage. Uber says it will appeal the landmark ruling by a United Kingdom employment tribunal.
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump say they would spend more to rebuild the country's aging infrastructure. The problem is there may not be enough people with the right skills to fill those jobs.
The Commerce Department said the economy grew by 2.9 percent in the third quarter. But consumer spending slowed. A survey suggests the election drama is making many consumers feel less confident.
The Food and Drug Administration found several prominent facilities hadn't followed rules on reporting incidents in which patients died or were harmed. The problem is thought to be widespread.
Twitter announced on Thursday it would be shutting down their six second video app, Vine.
Around 20 percent of Israeli citizens are Arabs, but they hold only a tiny fraction of management jobs. Israel's president is leading the call for more Arab executives.
In a program backed by the Israeli president, a large accounting firm tries to hire more of Israel's Palestinian-Arab citizens for management jobs.
The smartphone chipmaker has agreed to buy NXP Semiconductors for $38 billion. The deal allows Qualcomm to rely less on the smartphone industry. NXP makes semiconductors for cars.
Police officers, some of them in riot gear, confronted people protesting a pipeline in North Dakota after protesters refused to leave private land where the pipeline is supposed to be built.
Each year, the Chronicle of Philanthropy publishes a list of the biggest charities in the U.S. This year, there has been a change in the No. 1 spot that philanthropy watchers call "stunning."
The news of Vine shutting down has sent a shockwave through the Internet. It had brought together a diverse slew of comedians, musicians, artists and amateur directors, preceding the live video craze.
Internet service providers will have to ask consumers before collecting and selling their data. However, the new rules do not apply to Google, Facebook and other tech giants.
The U.S. government alleges that a fraud scheme used operators at Indian call centers, impersonating IRS or immigration officials, to scam thousands of people out of more than $300 million.
The social media company posted stronger-than-expected revenue of $616 million in the third quarter — even as revenue growth continued to slow. To be more efficient, it'll cut around 350 jobs.
Protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline have been raging. Tribe leader Dave Archambault II says he's telling supporters "not to react to any form of aggression that law enforcement brings."