On Monday, Ford Motor announced that it has temporarily halted construction on a $3.5 billion battery plant in Michigan, expressing concerns about its ability to run the


Nike has decided to permanently close its community store in Portland, Oregon, following a series of thefts and security challenges. The closure comes almost a year after


A recent survey highlights that U.S. businesses operating in China have become increasingly pessimistic about their future prospects in the country, primarily due to geopolitical tensions and


Gas prices are once again on the rise, with the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded gas reaching $3.71, marking an eight-month high, as reported by the AAA motor club.


Yellow Corp, a major trucking company in the United States, is heading for bankruptcy, as reported by the Teamsters Union and multiple news outlets. The closure of the century-old freight

Within 24 hours of its launch, Mark Zuckerberg's alternative to Twitter, Threads, attracted around 30 million sign-ups, positioning itself as a potential rival in the social media landscape.


Authorities in Washington are offering rewards of up to $20,000 for information regarding a series of explosive attacks that occurred over the weekend. The Metropolitan Police Department

United Airlines is implementing changes in its flight operations to avoid disruptions caused by weather conditions leading up to the Fourth of July holiday travel, according to CEO Scott Kirby on

Facebook's parent company, Meta, has announced its plans to restrict news access on its platforms for Canadian users following the passing of a controversial online news bill in parliament.


A jury has ruled in favor of Shannon Phillips, a former Starbucks regional director, who filed a lawsuit against the company alleging wrongful termination based on her race. Phillips,