Takata issues massive recall of defective airbags; Los Angeles raises its minimum wage to $15; YouTube Kids faces FTC claims; banks plead guilty to felony criminal charges of manipulating foreign exchange markets.
Week in Review: Airbag Recall, Banks’ Currency Scheme, YouTube Kids Controversy, L.A. Hikes Min. Wage
Week in Review: Crumbling American Rail, Verizon Buys AOL, Facebook Goes for $15, WalMart Guzzles California’s Water
Facebook raises minimum wages to $15; Wal-Mart sources bottled water from drought-stricken Sacramento; Verizon buys AOL for $4.4 billion; Texas ice cream maker Blue Bell struggles following bacterial outbreak.
Week in Review: Fast-Track Drugs, Tesla’s Blockbuster Battery, Whole Foods for Millennials, Shameful Nail Salons
Johnson & Johnson will fast-track unapproved drugs for the dying; Alibaba hires a new CEO from the inside; Whole Foods is creating a line of stores for younger shoppers; Tesla’s new solar batteries take off; Working conditions at New York City’s nail salons are abysmal.
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U.S. GDP slows in the first quarter; ‘Secret’ Chat App fails to take off despite big investments; Oil profits stagnate on falling prices; Parenthood is now pricier than real estate; Ferguson demographics mapped.