Amazon is suing its former star executive who is defecting to Target, one of the largest physical retailers in the country. The global online retailer claims that a non-complete clause does not allow the executive to transfer to Target this month.
In a complete turn-about, the FBI is now saying that it does not need help from Apple at all in accessing the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook. ‘NAND mirroring’ has been demonstrated by a third party says an iOS Forensic expert.
American Airlines Group Inc. has finally caved in to the demands of its employees. The Texas-based company gave in to the its workers’ demand for a profit-sharing scheme. This move has practically removed the obstacles hindering the carrier’s performance and its labor relations.
Forty millionaires in New York have recently requested the governor to raise their taxes. This is a surprising move for the wealthy who are known for their overprotectiveness when it comes to their riches.
IHS, one of the largest data providers in the United States announced that it went into a merger recently with Markit, a global financial information and services firm based in London, for $13 billion and will move its headquarters to the United Kingdom.
Toyota has recently announced that automatic braking will be standard on nearly all its car and truck models by 2017. This is five years ahead of the Sept. 1, 2022 deadline the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave to all U.S. carmakers.
Apple is not just grappling with the government over encryption issues. The privacy bosses of the tech giant are also wrestling with what to do with its user data. If these issues are not resolved it could pose challenges to the company’s long-term product strategy.
United States police officers are increasingly purchasing professional liability insurance policies as their hedge against lawsuits for their on-duty-actions, according to a Reuters report taken from data coming from the largest police union in the country.
Apple is known for making a big splash when it launches a new product. However, the latest product launch of the tech giant doesn’t seem to gather much interest from customers nor passion from its organizers.
An online security firm, Endgame, has recently discovered a new version of the old “typo squatting” scam. This is the method of buying domain names that look like legitimate websites. Hackers hope that your small keyboard snafu could let them access your computer.
A fast food manager in New Orleans was busy interviewing a job applicant when a thief suddenly grabbed cash from the counter. The manager got up and blocked the door while his interviewee wrestled the arms of the robber.
Aeropostale has experienced dwindling revenues for 13 straight quarters and it appears that it is losing its war against more sprightly competitors such as H&M, Forever 21 and Zara. Its clock is ticking. Is it experiencing its death throes?
A recent report revealed that Microsoft has broken its promise again regarding its Windows 10 Phone upgrade. The software giant told all of its Lumia mobile phone owners that it would upgrade their Windows 8 OS into Windows 10 but it didn’t happen.
Amazon has some shareholders who are requesting the online seller to make its ‘policies and goals’ clear with regards to the pay gap between its male and female workers. They want to hold a plain non-binding vote on a 58-word resolution.