Scientists at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory have objected to a proposal by iRobot Corp. to sell lawnmowers guided by radio waves.
The U.S. House has already voted this year to redefine full-time work under the law — an attempt to keep businesses from hiring part-time workers to avoid having to offer insurance.
Federal regulators are aiming at helping cash-strapped borrowers avoid falling into a cycle of high-rate debt.
The United Steelworkers Union called on about 3,800 union refinery workers to stage their largest walkout in more than 30 years.
U.S. economy shows signs of strength as consumer spending surged ahead for the last quarter of 2014.
McDonald’s new “Pay with Lovin'” campaign commercial will first air during Super Bowl XLIX Sunday.
Shake Shack’s share prices exceeds $48 per share and is planning on opening 10 stores a year starting this year.
As Intuit raises prices on TurboTax software and causes a controversy with its customers, competitors try to take advantage of the situation in order to increase market share.
Despite it posh resort reputation and high prices, some retailers in Davos are not experiencing fast economic growth.
California Republican state assembly members threatened legislation over the DMV ruling.