The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a letter to Airbnb, Vrbo and other vacation rental platforms asking them to require hosts to "lock outer access doors or otherwise disable the elevators in their properties."
Larry Page, the secretive co-founder of Google, has reportedly spent much of the pandemic hiding out on tropical islands in Fiji, entering the country through a system designed to allow the ultra-wealthy to circumvent COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Over 20 companies – including namesakes such as Walmart and Hobby Lobby – are accused of trademark infringement.
Nearly 8,000 locations will package eligible unsold food every evening and delivering the meals to non-profits around the U.S. as part of the company's FoodShare food donation program.
A pair of California inmates stand accused of trying to bilk taxpayers out of $1.4 million in fraudulent unemployment claims using the identities of other prisoners.
American companies are starting to test the extent of their pricing power.
“Just My Imagination” rockers and Rolling Stones members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood are worth a combined $1.45 billion.
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Costco has launched a pilot program with Uber to offer same-day delivery on groceries at several warehouses across Texas.
As part of its Walmart Wellness Day, more than 4,700 Walmart pharmacies will offer free glucose, cholesterol, blood pressure, body mass index and vision screenings.
Adobe Digital Insights lead analyst Vivek Pandya called the spike in U.S. spending on domestic flights a "notable" increase, seeing as how ticket prices continue to grow as more travelers eagerly hit the skies.
Ford Refresh95, which are certified cabin air filters, will be rolled out to select Ford vehicles, including the Bronco Sport, Escape, Explorer, Mustang Mach-E, Police Interceptor Utility and Maverick by the end of the year.
States unveiled a historic $26 billion settlement with drug companies to resolve thousands of opioid-crisis lawsuits, paving the way for communities across the country to secure a jolt of funding to address an epidemic in painkiller addiction that hasn’t abated.
South Carolina State University is clearing the account balances of more than 2,500 continuing students who have fallen on hard times during the pandemic.