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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.
The deal would boost Disney's worldwide dominance in the industry and include Fox film and TV studios, as well as some cable networks and international assets.
Greyhound says it is caught in the middle of an ugly political issue -- and must follow the law.
Looking to boost consumer trust amid fake news, the company's brands also won't use advertising that relies on 'influencers' who buy followers.
Target and the greeting card vendor pulled the card after a shopper called out the complicated history of "baby daddy" for black parents.
A Lowe’s customer said the company's receipt-checking policy harassed certain customers. Now the company has stopped the practice nationwide.
In 1954, with President Eisenhower in the pews, the Rev. George Docherty argued that “to omit the words ‘under God’ in the Pledge of Allegiance is to omit the definitive factor in the American way of life.” Eisenhower agreed.
Though he's been hospitalized twice since his wife Barbara's funeral, Bush is the first former commander in chief to reach the age of 94.
'Tastes like justice:' Country Time will reimburse kids fined for their lemonade stands
The ride share company has filed a patent for technology that would flag whether riders are drunk.
"The chilling effect of harassment and doxxing has impaired productivity and company culture," one Google engineer said.