Mary Barra called the two-year legal and public relations crisis 'a catalyst for meaningful change.'
A U.S. judge certified a class action against Target brought by several banks over the retailer's massive data breach.
The former venture capitalist, who recently resigned as CEO of Reddit, says she wants to 'move forward.'
White Collar Crime
A memo by Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates outlines the new rules.
A California woman has accused the burrito chain of false advertising.
Now that anybody can find out who was trolling the cheater website employers have to decide if an employee two-timing a spouse is cause for termination or if it's wiser to just mind the business.
The former venture capitalist, who just stepped down as CEO of Reddit, was ordered to pay trial costs related to the discrimination case she lost this year.
Sometimes all the little things build up and can overwhelm an entrepreneur. According to the founder of Blind Barber, don't let them.
The majority of searches made from Europe are done through local versions of Google, the company argues.
The case argued that the social-media company concealed threats to its growth prospects before its May 2012 initial public offering.
Gravity Payments' Dan Price made national news when he announced an across-the-board raise for his 120-person team. Now, he is being accused of cutting his brother out of profits.
An independent inquiry found the CEO had been aware the company had inflated its profits by $1.2 billion over a period of several years.
The multiple worker classification lawsuits filed against the company were the 'deciding factor.'