In the past, companies investigated serious claims of sexual harassment internally. But that's starting to change, especially in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
The retirement of the U.S. Supreme Court's swing voter, Anthony Kennedy, ensures that his seat will be occupied by another justice who sides with corporate rights.
The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on Friday that the government generally needs a warrant to access cellphone location data is not just a win for digital privacy advocates — it's also a victory for the tech giants that make money off your data.
In a widely anticipated 172-page opinion approving the AT&T-Time Warner deal on Tuesday, a federal judge frequently mentioned America's biggest tech giants and their access to your data.
This month, a federal judge in Washington, DC, is expected to hand down a decision in one of the most closely watched antitrust trials in decades.
While the May jobs report released Friday was undeniably a big beat with the unemployment rate at a post-crisis low of 3.8%, America's workforce still faces a few distinct challenges.
T-Mobile/Sprint deal would marry two direct competitors — and it may remind regulators of another proposed telecom deal that got crushed.
The Supreme Court will hear a digital privacy case this month against Microsoft that could attract international attention and reignite fears that the U.S. government is harnessing tech giants to spy on the rest of the world.
Dozens of men have been accused of sexual misconduct since The New York Times exposed Harvey Weinstein back in October. Why hasn't this list included more CEOs?
The Supreme Court will hear one of its most politically charged cases on Tuesday, when it takes on the case of a self-described cake artist who refused to make a wedding cake for two men.
The Supreme Court's newest justice, Donald Trump appointee Neil Gorsuch, invoked the framers of the U.S. Constitution on Wednesday while questioning a government lawyer about a high-profile digital privacy dispute.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a closely watched case on Wednesday that will determine whether authorities can search your cellphone location data without a warrant, in a dispute that could upend decades of privacy precedent.
There is growing momentum for more antitrust enforcement after the last decade has yielded mega-mergers that might be seen as hurting consumers.
The Justice Department has reportedly demanded that AT&T (T) and Time Warner (TWX) sell Turner Broadcasting — which includes CNN — before it will sign off on their $85.4 billion deal.
Chip maker Broadcom is gearing up for a hostile takeover battle for its competitor Qualcomm (QCOM), in a move one antitrust expert said "seems pretty audacious" in light of recent legal issues.
On Thursday, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Justice Department was considering filing a lawsuit to block telecom giant AT&T's bid to buy entertainment powerhouse Time Warner Inc. The news came as a surprise to one antitrust expert.
The rampant sexual harassment claims against Harvey Weinstein are exposing the viability of nondisclosure agreements that companies routinely include in settlements of workplace harassment claims.
Disney (DIS) CEO Bob Iger acknowledged on Tuesday that the company considered Twitter (TWTR) as an acquisition target but instead decided to buy a company called BAMTech.
A recent tech stock sell-off came amid increasing public distrust over tech companies — and the increasing likelihood that America's once-untouchable tech giants may soon face new regulations in the U.S.
The CEO of major US homebuilder KB Home, Jeffrey Mezger, whipped up a mountain of negative press this week after he was caught on tape using homophobic and sexist slurs. However, it's not clear this is a career-ender.
Since the election of Donald Trump, the tech companies that consumers rely on to navigate the world and stay connected have come under more scrutiny — for hosting fake news and hateful content, for allegedly violating antitrust rules, and for killing jobs, to name a few areas of concern.
Despite headlines that Amazon is "eating the retail world," a new report from Moody's Investors Service suggests the e-commerce giant may be the weakest of the big retailers.