The Labor Department launched investigations into the two major poultry producers after reports that migrant children as young as 13 have been working overnight shifts to clean the companies' plants.
Without a deal on Capitol Hill, current spending laws expire on Sept. 30. Ahead of a potential government shutdown, Wall Street is gaming out what it could mean for the U.S. economy.
Hollywood production has been halted for months as actors and writers have been on strike. Now, the writers are headed back to work. Actors represented by SAG-AFTRA remain on strike.
Retailers have long complained about so-called "swipe fees" on credit cards. And now there's a showdown in Congress that pits retailers against the credit card industry. What's at stake for shoppers?
It's the ninth day of the United Auto Workers strike against GM, Ford and Stellantis, Chrysler's parent company. We catch up on the latest strike developments.
On Friday, the UAW announced strikes at 38 more GM and Stellantis locations, specifically parts distribution centers. But citing progress in talks with Ford, that company's warehouses will stay open.
Amazon Prime Video is the latest streaming service to embrace ads in what it says is an effort to continue investing in content. Ad-free service will cost an extra $3 per month.