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Uber announces 21 categories of sexual misconduct to report

Uber(NEW YORK) -- Uber announced a new system to identify sexual misconduct on its platform -- introducing 21 categories from staring and leering to non-consensual sexual penetration -- in a step toward transparency with customers and rehabilitating its public   ... Read More

Black Friday sales: All the best deals and how to save big

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Thanksgiving falls on Nov. 22 this year, which means Black Friday and Cyber Monday -- often thought of as two of the biggest shopping days of the year -- may be even sooner than you realized.   ... Read More

How to impress Outdoor Voices CEO Tyler Haney in an interview

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- "Sixty seconds, name as many pastas as you possibly can."

If you ever have an interview with Outdoor Voices founder and CEO Tyler Haney, there’s a good chance she might quiz your pasta knowledge.

It's her   ... Read More

Gas company to provide Thanksgiving dinner to thousands affected by gas disaster

iStock/Thinkstock(BOSTON) -- The gas company that serves thousands of Massachusetts residents who were displaced from their homes as a result of a string of gas explosions is making sure those customers have a hot meal to gobble up on   ... Read More

Singles’ Day highlights competitors’ shift from online back to brick-and-mortar

Beimeng Fu/ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Nov. 11 marks Singles' Day in China, a day when sales have nearly doubled those from Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the U.S. -- combined!So what's next for one of the most   ... Read More

Google drops forced arbitration in sexual harassment and assault cases: Why it matters

Zhang Yuanyuan/VCG via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- When former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson complained to then-CEO Roger Ailes about hazing from her male co-workers, he replied with even more harassment, according to a lawsuit she filed.

“I think   ... Read More

Judge orders Amazon to hand over Echo recordings in double murder case

WMUR(FARMINGTON, N.H. ) -- Authorities in New Hampshire are hopeful a smart speaker will be smart enough to convict a double murderer.

Amazon was ordered by a judge on Friday to hand over recordings taken by an Echo device   ... Read More

Federal judge issues setback to Trump administration plans on Keystone XL pipeline

Andrew Burton/Getty Image(WASHINGTON) -- A federal judge says the Trump administration did not consider environmental consequences of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, dealing a setback for the Trump administration and a win for environmental groups.The judge put the   ... Read More

People with food allergies now able to board early, clean seats on American

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- American Airlines will start allowing passengers with allergies to board planes early, effective Dec. 12.

The move comes in response to a complaint filed by Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) in Jan. 17. The complaint   ... Read More

Google CEO announces changes to company’s sexual conduct policies

Google(MOUNTAINVIEW, Calif.) -- A week after a massive walk out of its employees, Google says changing how it handles sexual misconduct cases.

In an email to employees Thursday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai apologized for the way the company handled   ... Read More

Tesla appoints Robyn Denholm as new board chair

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images(PALO ALTO, Calif.) -- Tesla announced on Wednesday that Robyn Denholm has been appointed as the next chair for its board of directors, replacing CEO Elon Musk.

Musk agreed to step down as chairman of the board   ... Read More

Google employee killed by company bus

Google(MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.) -- A Google financial analyst in her twenties was killed on Monday night after being struck by a Google bus just outside the company's "Googleplex" headquarters in Mountain View, California, officials said.

The analyst, who Google   ... Read More

An inside look at Amazon’s HQ2 visits to NYC

Amazon.com, Inc.(NEW YORK) -- When Amazon officials visited New York's Long Island City as a potential second headquarters, they were impressed with its "Seattle"-like neighborhood vibe and the "scale and infrastructure" it had to offer.

Long Island City is   ... Read More

Girls Scouts file suit against Boy Scouts over name change

Chuck Fishman/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- One year after the Boy Scouts of America announced they would change its name to "Scouts" and start letting girls into their program, the Girl Scouts have filed a lawsuit against the organization.

The   ... Read More

David Beckham’s MLS franchise given green light for stadium negotiations

Cameron Spencer/Getty Images for the Invictus Games Foundation(MIAMI) -- A stadium deal for David Beckham's soccer team is close to a reality.

On Tuesday, Miami voted to give city officials permission to negotiate a no-bid lease deal with Beckham's   ... Read More

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Uber announces 21 categories of sexual misconduct to report

Uber(NEW YORK) -- Uber announced a new system to identify sexual misconduct on its platform -- introducing 21 categories from staring and leering to non-consensual sexual penetration -- in a step toward transparency with customers and rehabilitating its public   ... Read More

Black Friday sales: All the best deals and how to save big

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Thanksgiving falls on Nov. 22 this year, which means Black Friday and Cyber Monday -- often thought of as two of the biggest shopping days of the year -- may be even sooner than you realized.   ... Read More

How to impress Outdoor Voices CEO Tyler Haney in an interview

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- "Sixty seconds, name as many pastas as you possibly can."

If you ever have an interview with Outdoor Voices founder and CEO Tyler Haney, there’s a good chance she might quiz your pasta knowledge.

It's her   ... Read More

Gas company to provide Thanksgiving dinner to thousands affected by gas disaster

iStock/Thinkstock(BOSTON) -- The gas company that serves thousands of Massachusetts residents who were displaced from their homes as a result of a string of gas explosions is making sure those customers have a hot meal to gobble up on   ... Read More

Singles’ Day highlights competitors’ shift from online back to brick-and-mortar

Beimeng Fu/ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Nov. 11 marks Singles' Day in China, a day when sales have nearly doubled those from Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the U.S. -- combined!So what's next for one of the most   ... Read More

Google drops forced arbitration in sexual harassment and assault cases: Why it matters

Zhang Yuanyuan/VCG via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- When former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson complained to then-CEO Roger Ailes about hazing from her male co-workers, he replied with even more harassment, according to a lawsuit she filed.

“I think   ... Read More

Judge orders Amazon to hand over Echo recordings in double murder case

WMUR(FARMINGTON, N.H. ) -- Authorities in New Hampshire are hopeful a smart speaker will be smart enough to convict a double murderer.

Amazon was ordered by a judge on Friday to hand over recordings taken by an Echo device   ... Read More

Federal judge issues setback to Trump administration plans on Keystone XL pipeline

Andrew Burton/Getty Image(WASHINGTON) -- A federal judge says the Trump administration did not consider environmental consequences of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, dealing a setback for the Trump administration and a win for environmental groups.The judge put the   ... Read More

People with food allergies now able to board early, clean seats on American

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- American Airlines will start allowing passengers with allergies to board planes early, effective Dec. 12.

The move comes in response to a complaint filed by Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) in Jan. 17. The complaint   ... Read More

Google CEO announces changes to company’s sexual conduct policies

Google(MOUNTAINVIEW, Calif.) -- A week after a massive walk out of its employees, Google says changing how it handles sexual misconduct cases.

In an email to employees Thursday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai apologized for the way the company handled   ... Read More

Tesla appoints Robyn Denholm as new board chair

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images(PALO ALTO, Calif.) -- Tesla announced on Wednesday that Robyn Denholm has been appointed as the next chair for its board of directors, replacing CEO Elon Musk.

Musk agreed to step down as chairman of the board   ... Read More

Google employee killed by company bus

Google(MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.) -- A Google financial analyst in her twenties was killed on Monday night after being struck by a Google bus just outside the company's "Googleplex" headquarters in Mountain View, California, officials said.

The analyst, who Google   ... Read More

An inside look at Amazon’s HQ2 visits to NYC

Amazon.com, Inc.(NEW YORK) -- When Amazon officials visited New York's Long Island City as a potential second headquarters, they were impressed with its "Seattle"-like neighborhood vibe and the "scale and infrastructure" it had to offer.

Long Island City is   ... Read More

Girls Scouts file suit against Boy Scouts over name change

Chuck Fishman/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- One year after the Boy Scouts of America announced they would change its name to "Scouts" and start letting girls into their program, the Girl Scouts have filed a lawsuit against the organization.

The   ... Read More

David Beckham’s MLS franchise given green light for stadium negotiations

Cameron Spencer/Getty Images for the Invictus Games Foundation(MIAMI) -- A stadium deal for David Beckham's soccer team is close to a reality.

On Tuesday, Miami voted to give city officials permission to negotiate a no-bid lease deal with Beckham's   ... Read More

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