(NEW YORK) -- Metropolitan Opera conductor James Levine responded Thursday for the first time since it was announced Sunday the New York City institution had suspended Levine as it investigates what it says are "multiple allegations of sexual miscond... Read More
(BOSTON) -- General Electric Power announced plans to cut approximately 12,000 jobs on Thursday, citing lower demands for coal and fossil fuel.
In a press release, GE said the layoffs would affect both professional and production employees... Read More
(LEAVENWORTH, Kansas) -- Christmas is just a few weeks away, but for two tiny towns in Kansas, workers have been preparing for the holiday like busy Santa elves all year.
At the two Hallmark plants in Leavenworth and Lawrence, 1,100 worke... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Stocks lost steam following a mid-session rally as Wall Street got encouraging news ahead of the government jobs report this Friday.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell again, dropping 39.73 to a close of 23,140.91.
(BENTONVILLE, Ark.) -- As part of a change designed to reflect its growing status as an multi-channel retailer, Walmart announced plans to change the company's legal name from Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. to Walmart Inc. as of February 2018.
"Our... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Looking forward to taking some time off for the holidays?
Yeah, neither are a lot of people.
A new survey from the staffing firm Robert Half reports that American workers aren't taking it too easy, even as th... Read More
(NEW YORK) – Pizza and beer go together like, well, pizza and beer.
Pizza Hut clearly realized that: The delivery giant is testing a service that will deliver beer with your pie.
Customers in Phoenix, Arizona, will be able to ... Read More
(PHILADELPHIA) -- A homeless man who received more than $397,000 through crowdfunding after giving a stranded woman his last $20 to pay for gas now has a place to call home.
Marine Corps veteran Johnny Bobbitt, 34, wrote on the GoFundMe ca... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Some of this holiday season’s hottest toys are out of stock but being resold online for thousands of dollars above list price because of so-called Grinch bots.
The same cyberscalping technique that can make it hard for ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Of all the things that can go wrong during the holidays -- travel, gifts not arriving on time, annoying in-laws practically moving in -- there's one event filled with landmines that people seem to forget about year after year.