updated - January 22, 2020 Wednesday EST
A man has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. against infidelity website Ashley Madison and its parent company for allegedly causing him emotional harm as the site has failed to properly secured the site as seen by the disclosure of hacked information of subscribers.
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook gave a rare mid-quarter update on its business performance in China saying sales there strongly grew in July and August to assure investors that the company has not been affected by the slowing economy there.
Uber Technologies Inc. expects worldwide bookings to balloon to $26.12 billion next year from just $2.91 billion last year despite regulatory challenges as more commuters prefer to use its ride hailing service than traditional taxis, Reuters reported.
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) will investigate Japanese car maker Honda Motor Co. for its 2008 Accord sedans which motorists are complaining against for alleged faulty airbags that do not deploy during crashes.
U.S. coffee house chain Starbucks Corp. is introducing wines, craft beer and small dinner dishes to more stores seeing a huge potential from drawing in the evening crowd aside from its regular coffee drinkers, USA Today reported.
Stakeholders from five continents converged on Brazil's Senate on Thursday to accuse U.S. fast food giant McDonald's Corp. of various misdeeds ranging from alleged employee mistreatment to dodging of taxes.