Protests and strikes were organized in more than 30 countries as part of the annual "Make Amazon Pay" event.
A new complaint is part of a slew of charges against the dinner theater chain that allege illegal union-busting.
The deals include raises of at least 33% over four and a half years when cost-of-living adjustments are included.
Judges have ruled in more than 30 cases that Starbucks violated workers' rights, and more decisions are in the pipeline.
A new survey shows U.S. adults are far more likely to tip certain service workers than others.
The nuclear startup, NuScale, had planned to build its first small modular reactors in Idaho, with more than $1 billion from the U.S. government. Not anymore.
The Culinary Union has reached a tentative deal with Caesars Entertainment, meaning a broader strike may be less likely.
WeWork has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, a stunning fall for the office-sharing company once seen as a Wall Street darling.
The union now has deals in place with each of the “Big Three,” but members must vote on whether to accept them.
UAW members would have to vote on the tentative agreement. Meanwhile, work stoppages would continue at General Motors and Stellantis plants.