Some Facebook employees are not happy about the company's policy that bans them from talking about abortion on the job.
Starbucks said Monday it decided to close its 130 stores and no longer have a brand presence in Russia.
Recent guests of Walt Disney World complain that price hikes have gone too far, according to FOX News Digital.
The lawsuit states that Uber should have known Sgt. Daniel Perry was a "dangerous, ticking time-bomb." It also says Perry posted online that he had previously threatened to shoot protestors.
Parents from Texas are suing Apple for negligence after their son experienced permanent hearing loss allegedly caused by a loud Amber Alert notification on his AirPods.
Netflix said the positions represent 2% of the streaming company’s total workforce, which includes nearly 11,000 employees. Most of the employees were U.S.-based.
Starbucks said Monday it will pay the travel expenses for U.S. employees to access abortion and gender-confirmation procedures if those services aren’t available within 100 miles of a worker’s home.
'Not everyone will like — or agree with — everything on our service,' the memo states.
The iconic comedian originally planned to film the special in front of a live audience, but COVID-19 had other plans.
Google says people previously felt 'lumped in' to certain racial categories
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey says smugglers are using social media platforms to glamorize human trafficking in order to recruit young people who are paid to sneak migrants across the border.
James Cromwell, an 82-year-old actor and activist, superglued his hand to a Starbucks counter to protest the chain’s extra charge for plant-based milk alternatives.
The licenses are potentially worth millions of dollars. They were established under a 2020 ballot measure’s provision that ensured there would be licenses for “people from communities disproportionately impacted by the enforcement of previous marijuana laws.”
On March 30, officials with Waymo announced they have started fully autonomous car rides in San Francisco, in addition to expanding their self-driving car operations in Phoenix. Here's what you should know about the what the company is doing.
It was a product that some say helped revive Apple's fortunes, and now, over 20 years since its launch, officials with Apple have discontinued the last product that carries the 'iPod' moniker. Here's what you should know about the once-iconic music player.
Facebook parent Meta has opened its first physical store — in Burlingame, California — to showcase its hardware products like virtual and augmented reality goggles and glasses.
Forget passwords. A new, faster and more secure sign-in method is expected to be available across major tech platforms over the course of the coming year.
The reimbursement applies if an operation is not available within 100 miles of an employee's home and virtual care is not possible
Tesla is joining the ranks of major companies who’ve introduced a similar policy to benefit workers affected by new restrictions in the past few months.
When an Amazon driver left something behind for Aubrey Hutson, an 8-year-old battling cancer, he never imagined it would have people talking worldwide.