Starting next year, drivers must be paid at least $16.39 per hour in addition to their basic expenses.
Ariel Investments Co-CEO, CIO and Chairman, John Rogers, explains why the economic disparities have continued to grow in the U.S. and how to drive economic justice in the financial sector.
Former employees of a hotel hosting MLB players in Pasadena, California, lost their jobs and health insurance earlier in the pandemic.
An Unearthed and HuffPost investigation identified at least eight trade associations the companies failed to disclose in transparency reports.
Android creator Andy Rubin, accused of sexual harassment, was given a severance package worth $240 million, according to the lawsuit.
The bank’s CEO, Charles Scharf, said there aren't enough talented Black people in banking — but his bank's been poorly run by white people for a long time.
By 2035, all new cars sold in the Golden State must emit zero emissions. But a new report asks: Will the workers who build them be safe and paid fairly?
Most Americans who have been sickened by the coronavirus are facing serious economic hardship, a new survey shows.
Emails and other documents reveal some of those who were ― and weren't ― asked to weigh in before a massive crowd came to the state in July.
T.P. Demand has been so high that retailers are buying up foreign toilet paper brands, mostly from Mexico.