“WeChat in the U-S for all practical purposes will be shut down,” said Commerce Sec. Wilber Ross.
Jesse Gary reports.
As retailers look ahead to the holidays, in a reversal of recent years, many have already decided to shut their doors on Thanksgiving Day to accommodate their employees working during the coronavirus pandemic or take a new approach to the traditional holiday shopping season.
UPS plans to impose higher surcharge fees ahead of the holiday season to help offset the surge in online orders as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Little Debbie’s beloved Oatmeal Creme Pies are being reimagined as a breakfast cereal with Kellogg’s.
Hyundai has reversed itself on a recall to fix a defect that could cause engine fires. It is now telling owners of more than 200,000 vehicles to park them outdoors until repairs are made.
FedEx plans to hire as many as 70,000 seasonal workers. That's a 27 percent increase from the 55,000 hired last year.
Walmart is launching a new membership service for shoppers this month that it hopes can compete with Amazon Prime.
One Contra Costa County real estate agent calls the current market "explosive".
Maureen Naylor reports.
Have a look at various power plants in California.
Amid prolonged drought and climate change in a region that's only getting thirstier, when that reckoning will arrive — and how much time remains to prepare for it — is still a guess.
As if candy corn wasn’t already controversial enough, it’s back with all new Thanksgiving dinner-inspired flavors.
The President signed four orders from his New Jersey golf course on Saturday, August 8, 2020.
Trump signed all four from his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey on Saturday, August 8, 2020.
More than 100 "dangerous" hand sanitizers have made the Food and Drug Administration's rolling list of sanitizers that have been recalled due to the presence of a toxic chemical.
Packages distributed throughout Florida, Georgia, North Carolina South Carolina and have 'high' health risk.
In its simplest terms, failure to renew this program will be yet another major economic disaster.
Tom Vacar reports.
San Ramon, California-based Chevron brought in $13.49 billion in revenue, about a third of what it brought in last year.