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In an interview on PBS Newshour, Gates responded to a question about lessons learned from his relationship with the convicted sex predator with a blunt answer.
China's second-largest property developer has $305 billion in debt and can't pay any of it back. What happens next?
One of Jason Dalton's last passengers alleges he tried and failed to get Uber to deactivate the driver, who said the app made him a "puppet," before the killings.
A team of researchers have published a new report detailing how Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Twitter have profited from the global campaign of violence.
At a town hall meeting, the salad company leader dismissed an employee who was moved to tears, doubled down on his "core message," and received plaudits from staff.
In messages obtained by Motherboard, Jonathan Neman promised to "learn forward" after blaming mass COVID death on overweight people.
Lyft was accused of price gouging evacuees before eventually turning off surge pricing.
The pricey salad chain CEO took to LinkedIn to espouse his views on the pandemic, such as that Americans who got seriously ill were too fat.
Cassava Sciences' stock has plunged over the past week as questions are raised about research behind its main product.
New York City made a cap on app commissions permanent, and gig companies aren't happy.