State Treasurer Michael Frerichs said Facebook’s handling of a string of scandals threatened to hurt the state’s investment in the company.
As part of the crackdown, Facebook also has hired fact checkers, including The Associated Press, to vet news stories posted on its social network.
The development — with 13 acres of open space and a walkway along the Chicago River — is owned by Tribune Media and holds a printing facility.
Google’s first pop-up shop features all three of its hardware products plus interactive “experiences” including a model kitchen and a treehouse.
The decision was made after a White House meeting with President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
New research suggests that poor Americans are frequently left behind even when their cities or communities benefit from hiring booms.
Nebraska’s no longer nice — at least in its next tourism campaign.
Here are some answers for someone holding that prized lottery ticket for what would be the second-largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history.
The New York Attorney General is investigating whether the company that sells discount movie tickets misled investors.
Kleenex maker Kimberly-Clark says it will re-brand its “Mansize” tissues after consumers complained the name was sexist.
After 31 years, the well-known Ravenswood store is downsizing — and auctioning off most of its antiques and other stock.
Both eBay and Amazon rely on independent sellers to boost their revenue, but it’s become a big part of Amazon’s growth.
Just two burger chains — Shake Shack and BurgerFi — make the grade in a new report about their beef.
Lyft’s next step in trying to make car ownership optional is a $299 monthly plan.
Twitter is releasing all known accounts and posts related to “information operations” dating back to 2016.