Hard Rock Atlantic City Workers, Casino Operator Reach Labor Agreement
The deal follows earlier labor pacts at MGM Resorts International and Caesars Entertainment, and staves off a Fourth of July strike on the boardwalk.
American Airlines Computer Glitch Disrupts Pilots' Schedules
The carrier's pilots union says it is in talks with the airline to compensate pilots to helm flights they were mistakenly permitted to cancel from their itineraries.
Tesla's Bumpy Quarter Might Be About More Than Lockdowns in China
Second-quarter earnings later this month offer investors a chance to quiz Elon Musk on a bewildering run of news, from job cuts to "money furnaces."
China's Fast-Fashion Giant Shein Faces Dozens of Lawsuits Alleging Design Theft
At least 50 federal lawsuits in the U.S. alleging trademark or copyright infringement have named Shein or its Hong Kong-based parent company, Zoetop Business, in the past three years.
As Deal Spree Sputters, Bankers Brace for Lean Times
Weak markets and an uncertain economic outlook have slowed M&A and curtailed IPOs.
Celsius Customers Are Losing Hope for Their Locked-Up Crypto
Three weeks since the crypto lender said it was halting withdrawals, users want answers.
'Minions' Brings Families Back to Movie Theaters
The latest film in the Despicable Me franchise posted the strongest opening weekend for an animated feature since before the pandemic.
Airline Delays, Cancellations Hobble July Fourth Weekend Travel
More than 4,000 flights were delayed as of Saturday evening as a tropical storm moves in off the coast of South Carolina.
Coinbase Launches Derivatives Product in Crowded Market
Coinbase just introduced a derivatives product, its latest attempt to move into a new field and offset weakness in its core spot-trading business. It has a lot of competition.
Tesla Vehicle Deliveries Tumble After China Factory Shutdown
A string of record quarterly deliveries came to an end in the second quarter, when Tesla handed over 254,695 vehicles to customers.
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