4kodiak/iStock (NEW YORK) — Amazon and Starbucks teamed up to launch a new cashier-less cafe in midtown Manhattan that opens to the public on Thursday. The new concept store combines a traditional Starbucks pickup cafe with the
VelhoJunior/iStock (NEW YORK) — The pandemic has slowed down the supply chain in many sectors, but Campbell’s CEO says he expects the company’s products to be fully available this holiday season. Mark Clouse, CEO of Campbell’s Soup
lechatnoir/iStock (NEW YORK) — When Kara Moore, a mom of three, returned to the workforce last year after nine years as a stay-at-home mom, she struggled to find a job. Moore, 42, who holds a bachelor’s degree
stevezmina1/iStock (LOS ANGELES) — The iconic Staples Center in Los Angeles will change its name to the Crypto.com Arena this Christmas, marking the end of an era for the stadium and becoming perhaps the latest signpost of
stevezmina1/iStock (LOS ANGELES) — The Staples Center is getting a new name before the new year. Arena owner AEG announced Tuesday a new 20-year partnership with Singapore-based cryptocurrency platform, Crypto.com. Beginning December 25, the Staples Center will
Sundry Photography/iStock (NEW YORK) — Amazon will pay a $500,000 settlement related to California’s “right-to-know” labor law after state regulators alleged the retail giant failed to adequately notify warehouse workers and local health agencies of COVID-19 case
Delmaine Donson/iStock (BATON ROUGE, La.) — While laws against natural hair discrimination continue to be introduced in states and localities around the country, there are also big changes being made for future hair professionals — specifically in
iStock (NEW YORK) — Amazon will pay a $500,000 settlement related to California’s “right-to-know” labor law after state regulators alleged the retail giant failed to adequately notify warehouse workers and local health agencies of COVID-19 case numbers.