Advocates are pushing for radical salary transparency in some of the nation's largest banks as a way to eliminate the pay gap between men and women, and help get more women in leadership positions.
The settlement is in connection with Santander's role in funding what the state attorney general called "unfair and unaffordable auto loans."
These Massachusetts-based companies have boards where at least half the members are women and minorities.
We visit Monson, where customers wait in line for hours to purchase beer from Tree House Brewing Co.
The Brexit begins. The UK official kicks off its divorce from the EU. We’ll look at the road ahead.
Congress is striking down internet privacy rules from the Obama years. We’ll look at why and what it means for your life online.
In an interview, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the threat posed by artificial intelligence is "50 to 100 more years" away.
Hundreds arrested in anti-corruption protests in Russia, including Putin opposition leader Alexei Navalny. We’ll look at this latest crackdown.
When a United Airlines agent barred two teenagers from a flight for wearing leggings, another traveler tweeted about it. The post went viral.
Business analyst Jill Schlesinger explains what Friday's health care defeat means for President Trump's next big agenda item — tax reform.
Women are designing products to make it easier and more fashionable to carry concealed firearms.
President Trump formally approves the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. We’ll look at the impact.
The Boston-based ride-hailing service is primarily for women.
The Trump administration issued a permit Friday for the controversial pipeline, which had been halted by the Obama administration.
"We're certainly doing our best to put a positive spin on it," says Erik Bernardi, owner of Lake Effect Artisan Ice Cream in Lockport, New York.
The goal of the MIT-powered accelerator is to make it easier and cheaper for breakthrough technology to succeed.
The fate of the GOP health care bill. The Trump camp and Russia. London terror. Neil Gorsuch. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
The companies say they're acting after their ads were placed on YouTube videos with extremist content.
Many investors saw the drops as a sign of doubts about whether President Trump will be able to accomplish tax cuts or infrastructure spending.
Acushnet Holdings Corp., the company that owns Titleist, accused Costco of violating patent rights and falsely advertising their low-priced golf balls.