Some fast-food franchisees are rethinking putting workers on part-time status to avoid having to provide them with health insurance. The business hassles are exceeding the savings.
Jerky sales are soaring, thanks in part to millennials, who are snacking more than ever. Meat snacks are lightweight, high in nutrition and can travel long distances without spoiling.
The generic form of the blockbuster cancer drug is being shipped to pharmacies. The generic is likely to cost 30 percent less than the brand-name version, but Gleevec's price doubled in recent years.
According to local media, some businesses had no idea they were being touted as investment opportunities by Ezubao, an online lender.
American and United — the airport's two major carriers — reached agreement with O'Hare to build a new runway, which will complete a decade-long modernization project.
To economists, the phrase means job seekers roughly equal job openings. Unemployment is at 5 percent, but depending on where you live, your race or your education level, you still might not find work.
Goggles and onboard cameras put pilots and spectators in the cockpit as the drones race at high speeds through crazy courses. The Drone Racing League's first season kicks off next month in Miami.
The once-great gambling town has made a deal with New Jersey to turn it's finances around. Christian Hetrick, who's been following the story for the Press in Atlantic City updates Scott Simon.
Over 100 Wal-Mart Express stores closed throughout the South this week, leaving many small towns without a grocery store or pharmacy.
The government is proposing to require employers to report pay data by race, gender and ethnicity. The president is using executive power to make the rule change, which is set to take effect in 2017.
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.