The world's largest ride-service company attempts to end a string of scandals and avoid further toxic leadership as Uber's CEO Travis Kalanick resigns under investor pressure.
Indiana enjoys humming auto plants. The city of Kokomo, however, shows how economic success can hinge not just on factories but on a ‘people first’ model of growth.
Despite economic unrest in Britain, the global market generally remains unaffected by Thursday's British election upset. This unexpected political development could create complications with Brexit negotiations.
Markets around the world expanded and contracted in response to political events – announcements, elections, trials, and dissolving international relations – but remained surprisingly stable.
Twenty firings, one important hiring, and a hotline for employee complaints: Uber works toward improving its corporate culture after allegations of harassment.
Jack Barton (l.), the young son of Rep. Joe Barton (R) of Texas, manager of the Republican Congressional Baseball team, listens as his father speaks to the media on Capitol Hill in Washington on June 14 about the shooting that they were both present for in Alexandria, Va.
Lobbyists say yes. And they want the tax rate to be 10 percent, not 35 percent.
Not everyone is happy about the surplus of used cars in the US market. Just look to Detroit.
The threat of a trade war has Mexico looking to make its meat halal.
The moves represent about 2 percent of finance jobs in London, though there could be tax consequences for Britain if that number includes wealthy taxpayers in the financial sector.
In Uganda, a cocoa exporter learns how embracing social and environmental concerns can enhance his bottom line, turning a 'bad' business into a force for good.