The proposal would require companies with more than 100 employees to submit data, affecting more than 63 million workers.
Labor organizers are urging boards of two of the biggest farming counties in the state to adopt a Farm Worker Bill of Rights to protect them from wage theft, abuse and health and safety threats.
Xerox doesn't just make printers, it also offers business process outsourcing. Now, months after activist investor Carl Icahn announced a stake in Xerox, the operations will become independent firms.
In the iconic Super Bowl ad from 1979, a nine-year-old fan shared his Coca-Cola with Pittsburgh Steelers star "Mean" Joe Greene. After Greene drinks the bottle of Coke, he tosses the kid his jersey.
The ABC News correspondent was almost killed in Iraq 10 years ago. His recovery and return to network journalism beat all the odds.
"He was a completely despicable human being, but in order to achieve that he had to be lovable," says Dreyfuss, who plays the Ponzi-scheme perpetrator in an upcoming two-part ABC miniseries.
A drop in global oil prices saved U.S. drivers $100 billion last year. Good news, right? Not so, say some economists. The energy industry is now so big that cheap oil may actually hurt the economy.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Ardavan Amir-Aslani, a French-Iranian lawyer who is negotiating deals with Tehran for major French corporations.
*Or it might not. After reading Southern California Gas Co.'s 618-word disclaimer on its leaking-gas-well updates, all we know for sure is that the future is a complete mystery.
A report from New York's attorney general points to abusive practices in the market for live-event tickets on sites such as StubHub.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has received a warm welcome in Europe amid a series of business deals worth billions of dollars with the likes of Peugeot. A mega-deal with Airbus is in the works.
The wheelchair is part of Lego's City line and will go on sale in June, according to Emma Owen, Lego's spokesperson in Britain and Ireland.
DeLorean Motor Company, which hasn't made a car in more than 30 years, plans to build several hundred replicas of the stainless steel, gull-winged car featured in the movie trilogy Back To The Future.
Replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy to combat climate change will require trillions of dollars in investment. Cheap prices for fossil fuels are making that transition a bit more complicated.
It has gotten harder for undocumented migrants to sneak into the U.S. from Latin America. That has led to a rise in the price charged by human smugglers.
Most of the workers who are picking oranges in Florida are temporary "guest" workers from Mexico. They have signed contracts to work for growers who arranged their visas and provide their housing.
Having millions of followers on Twitter or Instagram isn't necessarily a great achievement if they don't engage with you. Putting a value on social media followers is a burgeoning business.
We ponder the origins of money, the economics of Santa, and the business of cemeteries. Why? Because you asked.
Starting in 2017, the DeLorean Motor Company plans to build several hundred new replicas of the stainless steel, gull-winged car made famous for it's role in the sci-fi movie trilogy.
For the first time on a mass scale, a car built in China will be on sale in the U.S., joining countless other Chinese-made products. It comes as Chinese firms invest billions in the auto industry.