Early on Inauguration Day, President Donald Trump pardoned 73 people, including former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski, who was convicted of stealing self-driving car trade secrets before heading over to work for Uber.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell told Yahoo Finance on Tuesday that several retailers, including Bed Bath and Beyond told him they were dropping his products because of his ties to President Donald Trump..
With Democrats declaring victory in a closely watched Senate runoff race in Georgia, America’s tech giants may face even more scrutiny from U.S. lawmakers amid a broader tech backlash.
Yahoo Finance goes inside Peloton's year to remember, and takes a look at what 2021 may have in store for the fitness provider.
In a new interview with Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer, Fox Sports host and former NFL linebacker Emmanuel Acho said he believes student players should be paid but called comparisons between college sports and modern-day slavery “hyperbolic.”
In a new interview with Yahoo Finance, LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman shared three pieces of advice for job hunters seeking to stand out as millions of people apply for work online amid the coronavirus.
Kohl’s temporarily closed its nearly 1,200 stores nationwide in the seven weeks of the coronavirus outbreak, causing sales to plunge 33% in the first half of the fiscal year.
In a new interview with Yahoo Finance that aired as part of its All Markets Summit, Citigroup (C) CEO Michael Corbat said negative interest rates would not be “the best place to go.”
Despite efforts to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, the world still won’t be back to normal even a year from now, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates predicts in a new interview.
Some U.S. states beat back the novel coronavirus after cases spiked in the spring, but public health experts like Zeke Emanuel fear winter will bring a second wave of the lethal illness.
Roshawnna Novellus, founder and CEO of EnrichHER, a platform that allows people to invest in women-led small businesses, recommends that companies fine-tune their offerings and drill down on what they do best.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death on Friday has injected new uncertainty into the high court’s term, which kicks off next month with a decade-long copyright feud between Google and Oracle over software used in billions of Android smartphones.
The U.S. economy actually lost jobs on Friday, after a decade of gains, and the employment situation will likely only get bleaker as the nation remains closed for business to stem the spread of the deadly new coronavirus.
Women are 89% more likely than men to report experiencing subtle discrimination known as microaggressions in the workplace, according to a new survey from Verizon Media.
The Federal Reserve was likely trying to boost confidence in the U.S. economy with its emergency rate cut of 50 basis points on Tuesday, but Moody’s Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi contends the impromptu action had the opposite of its intended effect.
In a new interview with Yahoo Finance, Mars Inc. CEO Grant Reid said he was “very concerned” about deforestation tied to cocoa farming
The fear that artificial intelligence (AI) will replace Americans’ jobs is real, but Mars Inc. CEO Grant Reid says his company is trying to employ new technologies while also investing in employees.
In a new interview, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan said oil and gas companies need funding so they can be part of the solution to climate change.
In a new interview from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan credited innovation and a “capitalist spirit” in the U.S. with powering the country’s longest economic expansion in history.
In a newly released interview with Yahoo Finance, activist and environmental lawyer Robert Kennedy Jr. asserted that President Donald Trump has tarnished the reputation of the U.S. around the world.
Carlos Ghosn, once dubbed “an auto industry superhero,” has opened up Japan’s legal system to increased scrutiny ahead of the summer Olympics in Tokyo.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday will a hear a dispute that pits Comcast, America’s biggest cable company, against an African-American TV mogul accusing it of racial bias because it declined to carry any of his channels.