The security agents, who gained fame as Old West law enforcers, are still around, now as specialists in corporate security and risk management. They aren’t happy about being antagonists in ‘Red Dead Redemption II.’
José Muñoz, widely considered a successor to the CEO, is taking a leave of absence, the first shake-up of top management in the wake of the arrest of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn.
AstraZeneca executive Mark Mallon has been tapped to helm Ironwood Pharmaceuticals Inc. after the biotech firm reorganizes to focus on selling drugs for stomach diseases.
The industry sold about 17.3 million vehicles in 2018, up less than 1% from a year earlier. That marked a record fourth straight year, surpassing the 17-million level, a resilient showing for an industry prone to boom-and-bust cycles.
Tesla reported Model 3 sedan deliveries that missed Wall Street’s estimates and said it would cut prices on all its vehicles, news that drove shares of the electric-car maker down nearly 7%.
Walt Disney, Taco Bell and Discover are among the companies offering to pay upfront to cover the cost of a college degree for their front-line workers, looking to retain talent in a tight labor market.
Major perks like airfare and cash back were meant to lead to higher returns. But consumers figured out how to game the system. Now banks are trying to figure out how to keep customers happy while cutting extras.
U.S. stocks rose on the final trading day of 2018, although punishing losses from recent months pushed major indexes to their steepest one-year decline since 2008.
Former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn can be held in jail without the possibility of bail until Jan. 11, lengthening a detention that has gone on for a month and a half.
Excluding that ranting cousin on social media is mostly painless during the year. The discomfort comes when the extended family gets together for the holidays.
More car dealers, as well as startups, are offering direct sales through their websites, as consumers become more comfortable buying big-ticket items online.
The Federal Communications Commission is investigating what its chairman called a “completely unacceptable” nationwide service outage at telecommunications company CenturyLink, which disrupted 911 call operations and temporarily shut down businesses and government facilities.
A federal judge has blocked the federal government from cutting drug subsidies to certain hospitals, a decision that could restore hundreds of millions of dollars in lost payments.
Teachers and other public education employees—such as community-college faculty, school psychologists and janitors—are quitting their jobs at the fastest rate on record, government data show.
As more retailers—including Drybar and Sweetgreen—ban paper money, it’s making things awkward for customers without plastic.
The latest investigation by Tokyo prosecutors into Nissan Motor’s Carlos Ghosn centers on his relationship with a Saudi Arabian businessman, Khaled Al Juffali, who runs part of Nissan’s Middle East business.