The statement is part of a settlement of a long-running dispute between the electronics giant and some of its employees.
Amid gruesome but unverified reports about a journalist's death and dismemberment, the president's links to billionaires and princes come under greater scrutiny.
"I don't believe that ordinary Americans should be subsidizing the wealthiest person in the world."
The manufacturer says European Union tariffs on motorcycles exported from the U.S. have jumped between 6 percent and 31 percent, adding $2,200 to the price of the average motorcycle sent to EU countries.
Tourism‘s effect on the climate is formidable. The industry is not just big business, but a big carbon emitter as well, new research finds.
The CEO has bad news for 740 stores and 30,000 employees, announcing the liquidation of all of the company's U.S. outlets.
Georgia's Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle says he would nix a tax break for the airline company because it is distancing itself from the National Rifle Association.
The nation's largest privately owned bank, a major security software company and three rental car companies have all ended their relationships with the gun lobby.
With their global reach and financial resources, transnational companies say they are ushering in a sustainable future. But a new book says that trusting them to do that is like trusting arsonists to be firefighters.
The ride-hailing firms have skirted traditional transportation laws, flooding the streets with cars for hire and causing economic hardship for licensed cabdrivers.