The movie set on which Alec Baldwin discharged a prop firearm in an incident that killed one person and wounded another was hampered by worker complaints over pay and conditions, according to people familiar with the filming.
Gig workers report falling wages, unmanageable orders and lack of concern from the company
Amazon Labor Union bids to create independent group – but workers say the company has openly opposed their effort
The Department of Justice and the Department of Labor announced separate settlements with Facebook on Tuesday.
Lehigh Valley employers are offering large sign-on bonuses to new employees, upping the ante to entice people to join their ranks. We list some of the largest amounts.
60,000 grips, hairstylists, designers and other backstage workers won't show up to work on Monday if major studios don't agree to major concessions, like better wages and breaks.
Here’s what to watch this weekend, starting with one of those upstarts facing the No. 1 team in the country.
On today's show, CNBC.com's Brad Howard takes a tour of a U.S. Navy Littoral Combat Ship, as older LCS ships are decommissioned.
It’s not grrreat.
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HBO’s documentary Four Hours At The Capitol doesn’t present the events of January 6 as one-time explosion of collective madness. The interviews with the insurrectionists who attacked Congress are bracing in their sense of calm. No one raises their voice, and despite having months to reflect on their actions, no one