NEW YORK — Federal labor regulators have concluded that Amazon’s policy of restricting the warehouse access of off-duty employees is illegal, backing a contention of the union that has represented workers at a Staten Island, New York, warehouse since winning an election there last year.
Airlines should financially reward managers who hire more women, said the International Aviation Womens Association, after industry data showed almost zero progress toward gender parity in the past four years.
Apple plans to spend $1 billion a year to produce movies that will be released in theaters, according to people familiar with the company's plans, part of an ambitious effort to raise its profile in Hollywood and lure subscribers to its streaming service.
For a failed rocket launch, there sure was a lot of cheering. When Relativity Space, a California start-up that aims to compete against SpaceX, finally launched its Terran 1 rocket manufactured almost entirely by 3D printing at 11:25 p.m. Wednesday, it achieved so many of the milestones the company had hoped for.
General Motors says it will retire the Chevrolet Camaro next year, leaving an uncertain future for the classic muscle car as the automaker continues a broader transition away from gas-powered vehicles.
The White House is preparing to release plans for building U.S. capacity to make plastics, chemicals, foods, fuels and other products using biological processes in an effort to keep pace in a global biomanufacturing race.
The Federal Reserve raised interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point on Wednesday, moving forward with its fight against high inflation despite concern that its rate hikes may be fueling instability in the banking system.
Spotify Technology's $100 million Creator Equity Fund, designed to promote diversity in music and podcasts following controversial comments by the company's star podcaster Joe Rogan, spent less than 10% of the money on that work as it rounded out its first year.