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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.

Wendy's, McDonald's Sued for Allegedly Misrepresenting Burger Patty Size

The complaint cites numerous burgers from each chain, including the Wendy's Bourbon Bacon Cheeseburger and McDonald's Big Mac.

Amanda Breen

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.

Elon Musk Said Repricing His Twitter Deal for Less Is 'Not Out of the Question,' According to Report

He previously tweeted concerns about spam bots and sparked a response from Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal.

Gabrielle Bienasz

Twitter CEO Breaks Silence on Exodus of Execs, Hiring Freeze and Musk Bid: 'We Need to Be Prepared for All Scenarios'

Parag Agrawal took to the social media platform to clear the air about an employee memo that was released last Thursday.

Emily Rella

Who Gets to Attend Davos? Everything You Need to Know About the Notoriously Difficult-to-Get-Into Conference

Can anyone attend Davos? Here's what you need to know about the annual World Economic Forum meeting.

Chelsea Brown

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.

Local Car Dealerships Remain Remarkably Resilient in the Face of Change

The tried-and-true methods of selling cars are trusted because they work well, as their continued high performance in the marketplace indicates.

Peter Roff