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Rachel Siegel is a national business reporter. She previously contributed to the Post's Metro desk, The Marshall Project and The Dallas Morning News.
A complaint filed with the National Labor Relations Board is the latest example of Amazon's clashes with its workers.
The iconic American jean company has deflected athleisure and high-end denim to stay popular around the world.
Fast food wars are, in large part, fought over breakfast.
Ikea’s branch in Israel partnered with disability rights groups to design add-ons for some of their most popular products.
Former Starbucks CEO and potential presidential candidate clashed with Sonics players, lower-level employees before eventually selling team.
Target leverages its one clear advantage over Amazon: Its store experience for customers.
Ray Kelvin allegedly made suggestive comments toward employees and was prone to inappropriate hugging and touching at work.
More than a dozen current and former disabled greeters said Walmart's new requirements left them in a lurch and afraid they’d lose their jobs.
Amazon already staked its claim with Whole Foods but is reportedly looking to build its own line of grocery stores.
On Saturday, the senator's mother was at Washington National Cathedral for her son's funeral, the day after she honored him at the Capital Rotunda.