Amazon has announced its plans to cut 9,000 more jobs, its second round of mass layoffs in recent months. The company will target roles in its cloud computing unit, human resources division,

Boston University (BU) received 80,484 applications for the 2022-2023 admissions cycle, just slightly lower than the record-breaking 80,797 applications received the previous year.

Today marks the tenth anniversary of the unanimous endorsement by the UN Human Rights Council of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs). These principles

TikTok, the fast-growing mobile video app, pledged Thursday to contribute $250 million to coronavirus relief efforts around the world.

Boeing has said it will indefinitely extend a shutdown at its factories in Washington state because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The US Navy is evacuating thousands of sailors from the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt in Guam after its captain warned a coronavirus

US President Donald Trump is drawing up a massive emergency spending package while the Federal Reserve opens the financing floodgates to contain growing economic damage from the

Iran on Sunday urged its citizens to stick to guidelines and stay at home to stop the new coronavirus spreading, as it announced another 113 deaths from the outbreak.

Coronavirus angst has the world washing its hands with newfound vigor -- but the performing arts world wringing them, as directives to scrap mass events threaten the entertainment world

Amazon has stopped sales of some books on its platform following protests that the titles, including some for children, were Nazi-era "propaganda," a source familiar with the matter said