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You Might Not Always Have A Right to Dispute Negative Background Checks - What Job Applicants Should Know

A recent lawsuit raises questions and caveats to the FCRA rule that grants job applicants a right to dispute the accuracy of background checks before an employer rescinds a job offer.

EBay NFT: How EBay is Entering the Space With Wayne Gretzky - What You Need to Know

The ecommerce giant announced its debut NFT collection featuring hockey legend Wayne Gretzky.

How Close Are We To a Recession? IMF Says Economy Faces 'Biggest Test' Since WWII.

The International Monetary Fund called attention to a "confluence of calamities" with catastrophic implications for the global economy.

Is Food And Beverage Franchising Right For You?

The food and beverage sector is among the most popular for those who consider franchising. But does everyone have what it takes?

The Baby Formula Shortage: Everything You Need to Know About the Crisis Affecting Millions

Parents across the U.S. are scrambling to find essential baby formula for their newborns. Here's everything you need to know about the scarcity, and what to do until it subsides.

Fake Job Interviews: The Dark Side of Wells Fargo's 'Diversity' Efforts

Former and current employees speak up on witnessing "fake" diversity efforts by the bank, giving interviews to diverse candidates for jobs that had already been filled.

Under Armour CEO Unexpectedly Steps Down, Receives $7.1 Million in Severance

After two years on the job, Patrik Frisk will step down as CEO of Under Armour, effective June 1.

U.S. Soccer Becomes First in the Sport to Equalize Pay for Men and Women

A landmark agreement makes the U.S. the first in the sport to truly equalize pay for men and women.

Tesla Cybertruck: First Production Delays, Now Restricted Regions

The Tesla Cybertruck garnered global attention upon its unveiling in 2019, but it has been in delayed production ever since. Now, the company is limiting reservations to North America.

McDonald's to Exit Russia for Good: 'We Can No Longer Keep the Arches Shining There.'

After 30 years and over 800 stores, McDonald's has decided to leave Russia for good following its temporary closure of stores amidst conflict with Ukraine.

First Major Airline Strikes a Deal With Pilots Union

United Airlines has come to an agreement with its pilots' labor union on new contract terms, setting an example for the rest of the industry.

This Company Passed Apple as the Most Valuable Company in the World. Here's Why.

Shifts in the market amid rising interest rates, inflation and supply chain constraints have created the perfect storm to bump Apple from its rank as the most valuable company in the world.

Carvana to Lay Off 12% of Its Workforce, Ignites 'Mass Hysteria'

The automotive retailer Carvana Co. announced it will be laying off over 2,000 workers, about 12% of its workforce, in efforts to align expenses with sales.

Jon Taffer on Communication, Marketing and Consistency in Franchising

'Entrepreneur' editor-in-chief Jason Feifer sat down with 'Bar Rescue' host Jon Taffer to discuss his new book, 'The Power of Conflict,' in which he shares illuminating insights on running a business, maintaining consistency in franchising and where to put your money when it comes to marketing.

Pfizer Pays $11.6 Billion for Drug-Maker in Its Biggest Deal Since 2016

Pfizer announced it will buy migraine drug maker Biohaven for about $11.6 billion – in cash.