|Former Wells Fargo chief executive barred from banking industry|
In a settlement with regulators, former Wells Fargo chief John Stumpf agrees to a lifelong ban from the banking industry and a $17.5 million fine. The regulators continue to pursue other company executives on other charges of "systemic" misconduct in sales practices.
|Environmentalists want Coca-Cola to ditch its plastic bottles. The company says people like them too much. |
Coca-Cola's head of sustainability recently told the BBC that the company won't stop making plastic bottles because of consumer preference. Environmental activists say the company is missing the point.
|Goldman Sachs CEO says it wonâ€™t take a company public without diversity on its board|
The new policy starts this summer, and will increase to two directors in 2021.
|That text you got about a package isnâ€™t from FedEx. Itâ€™s a scam. |
The â€œsmishingâ€ campaign starts by asking users to set up delivery preferences and ends with a request for credit card information.
|Global markets swoon as lethal virus in China spreads|
Investors worry about the global economy, as Chinese authorities lock down the city of Wuhan, where the virus appeared.
|Amazon seeks to force Pentagon to halt work on JEDI cloud computing contract|
The Defense Department's Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract, worth up to $10 billion over 10 years, was awarded to Microsoft late last year, prompting a bid protest from Amazon.
|FICO changes mean 40 million Americans could soon see lower credit scores|
Fair Isaac, which produces the FICO credit score, said the severity of the downward shift would depend on how recently the consumer had fallen behind and by how much.
|Workers are fired up. But union participation is still on the decline, new statistics show.|
Workers are fired up. 2020 candidates are wooing labor like the olden days. And unions say they feel momentum. But membership is still on the decline.Despite a sense of progress, union participation is still declining
|A Jamal Khashoggi documentary could take the film world â€” and U.S.-Saudi relations â€” by storm|
â€œThe Dissident,â€ which premiers Friday at Sundance, casts the killing of The Washington Post columnist in a new light.
|Mortgage rates sink to lowest level in three months|
The 30-year fixed rate fell to 3.6 percent and hasnâ€™t been this low since October.