According to one of the witnesses, the customer went up to the counter and threw a cup of coffee at an employee. That is when the employee grew angry and began abusing the customer.
The president's tweets aside, the law on attorney secrecy rules offer the strongest protection of all.
Is Amazon about to disrupt another industry, or does it have other motives?
Ramping up paid maternity leave and high-quality child care would probably help narrow the gap.
Amazon is reportedly contemplating a competitor to PayPal's popular payment app. What does this mean for PayPal?
Business scholars believe our physical environment influence us in surprising ways.
Users and advertisers are sticking with Facebook despite the privacy concerns.
US privacy laws focus on informing consumers what's happening with their data; other countries specifically restrict data collection and analysis.
The company has been grappling with a sales practices scandal since September 2016.
He said China would soon raise the foreign ownership limit in the automobile, shipbuilding and aircraft sectors, and push previously announced measures to open the financial sector.
Disney is looking for a new ad technology provider.
Microsoft, Google, and now Apple have all made big moves in the last week that centered on their efforts to boost artificial intelligence.
With energy storage becoming easier to justify financially, the solar market could grow exponentially.
The child's mother said as soon as the plane landed, an entire ceiling panel above their seat fell on her son’s head.
The president is meddling with one of the country's biggest companies, but he's right about a couple of important measures.
Ripple's XRP token has fallen 88 percent, from peak to trough, in three months, eliminating more than $130 billion in market cap.
It starts with acting the part.
Sean Walsh of Redwood City Ventures posted an ad for a cryptocurrency app on LinkedIn. He was startled to learn that the one he liked was created by a 16-year-old, home-schooled girl in India.
Tim Cook and Mark Zuckerberg's war of words tells you all you need to know about why Apple will benefit from Facebook's struggles. However, how much Apple will benefit is unclear.
Cambridge University scholar Aleksandr Kogan explained how his statistical model processed Facebook data for Cambridge Analytica. The accuracy he claims suggests it works about as well as established voter-targeting methods based on demographics like race, age and gender.