Bianca Birau / 500px/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Salespeople promoting Bud Light for a Florida–based distributor have grown accustomed to car horns, middle fingers and jokes amid a weekslong boycott, but say they have struggled to ignore thousands of dollars in lost commission pay, two sales supervisors at the distributorRead More →

Craig Hastings/Getty Images (CALIFORNIA) — California cannabis users may soon not have to travel far to get a cup of coffee to go with their legal pot. The state’s assembly passed a bill Wednesday that would allow California’s localities the right to approve the sale of food and non-alcoholic drinksRead More →

Craig Hastings/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Say you’re looking to fly from Las Vegas to Charlotte, North Carolina. The flight costs $500. But a flight from Las Vegas to Washington, D.C., with a layover in Charlotte costs only $300. Hypothetically, a traveler could use their layover as their final destination,Read More →

AaronP/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images (NEW YORK) — Ring security cameras, the inexpensive security cameras that people can hook up in their houses or on their doors, were not fully secure for years, according to the Federal Trade Commission. The video doorbell company allegedly “gave every employee … full access to every customer video”Read More →

Yuichiro Chino/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — A top U.S. official for cybersecurity said Wednesday that humanity could be at risk of an “extinction event” if tech companies fail to self-regulate and work with the government to reign in the power of artificial intelligence. The remarks came a day after hundredsRead More →

Carol Yepes/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Hundreds of business leaders and public figures sounded a sobering alarm on Tuesday over what they described as the threat of mass extinction posed by artificial intelligence. Among the 350 signatories of the public statement are Sam Altman, the chief executive of OpenAI, theRead More →

Jorge Villalba/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Target reported that its employees faced threats over its new Pride collections celebrating the LGBTQ+ community and responded by pulling some of the merchandise that had caused the most “significant confrontational behavior” to protect the safety and well-being of its employees, according to aRead More →