The NBA Hall of Famer will be the first African-American director at the pizza chain.
Regulators said the Tesla CEO’s defense “borders on the ridiculous” in a filing late Monday.
The oil giant’s refusal to answer European lawmakers’ questions could result in a loss of lobbying access.
Boeing says its safety review met “all certification and regulatory requirements” set by the FAA.
Workers at the 123-year-old Anchor Brewing Co. will vote Wednesday on whether to unionize.
Local unions in Pennsylvania say their national leaders seek to implement an agreement they voted down.
And Health Care Service Corporation paid no taxes last year.
The owners paid $800 million for the skyscraper in 2008.
Kylie Jenner isn’t a “self-made billionaire.” In fact, none of them are.
Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic’s new book says we need to weed out the narcissists and megalomaniacs before they become leaders.
Claire’s, a retailer designed for tweens, denied the FDA’s report and accused the agency of mischaracterizing its cosmetics.
The death of 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg was the first known fatality linked to an autonomous vehicle in the United States.
Filing for bankruptcy would likely give the company protection against the hundreds of lawsuits it faces over its role in the opioid crisis.
The alleged fraud at Armstrong Coal was the subject of a 2014 HuffPost investigation.
Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn, who is facing rape accusations, was not part of the settlement.
After a merger with GE Transportation, the new employer “wants to turn this into an Amazon warehouse,” the union says.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed a motion asking for the Tesla CEO to show why he shouldn’t be held in contempt.
The company’s alleged practices have already prompted lawmakers to act.
The subpoenas are related to litigation involving alleged asbestos contamination in Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder product line.
Expect liquidation sales as the stores wind down operations by spring.
The tech giant reportedly used various tax breaks and credits to claim a $129 million rebate on $11 billion in profits last year.
A New Jersey bill, sparked by the Toys R Us and Sears layoffs, would require large companies to pay off workers they’re dumping.
Ernst & Young says it’s committed to gender diversity. A former partner tells a different story.
The Italian luxury brand removed the $890 top from its website and stores after people compared it with racist caricatures.
The grocery delivery company faced scrutiny after reports revealed that customer tips were being used to pay workers’ wages.
When cuts were first announced last year President Trump called them “disappointing.”
Trump once extolled the motorcycle maker, but has added to its sales struggle with his trade war and angry boycott tweets.
A Change.org petition says a logo stamped into the sole resembles the word Allah in Arabic and is “blasphemous.”
Rather than a focus on LCD manufacturing, Foxconn wants to create a “technology hub” in Wisconsin.
The company faces dozens of lawsuits from owners of homes and businesses that burned during the Camp Fire and other 2017 fires.
A 13-count indictment was unsealed in New York.
Moving the needle calls for working together.
The unsecured server contained loan and mortgage agreements, repayment schedules and other highly sensitive financial and tax documents.
Admirers of his brands, which include The Ordinary, came out on social media to share their condolences: “I hope he is at peace.”
The San Francisco-based company said it will also sell its high-end line, Janie and Jack, as well as its intellectual property and online platform.
“If training the future workforce is a fundamental role of education, it’s just as important a role for business.”
Most Americans don’t have enough money in the bank to afford even a minor emergency.
In our new project “Betting the House: Affording a Home in America,” HuffPost wants to help you tell your housing story.
The century-old retailer once dominated U.S. malls but has withered in the age of internet shopping.
The Future Investment Initiative conference is scheduled to begin Oct. 23 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The alleged killing of Jamal Khashoggi can’t keep business elites away from “Davos in the Desert.”
These organizing tactics aren’t traditional, but they are helping unions make some headway in the food and drink industry.
The company had known about the glitch since March but failed to inform the public.
Some 12 percent of Ford workers worldwide could be out of a job.
More workers at the nation’s largest hotel chain could join the work stoppage soon.
At least 57 people have become ill following a possible outbreak of salmonella stemming from Arizona-based meat producer JBS Tolleson Inc.
The retailer’s lenders plan to revive the brand.
Musk will still keep his title of CEO.
The lawsuit was filed Thursday.