House Republicans are trying to roll back school-lunch nutrition requirements -- passed in 2010 with the backing of First Lady Michelle Obama -- saying the rules bust local budgets and micromanage what children eat.
Uber Technologies Inc., the car- sharing service that’s rankling cabbies across the U.S., is fighting its biggest protest from European drivers who say the smartphone application threatens their livelihoods.
SwiftKey, one of the top-selling apps for Android users, is no longer charging for downloads of its smartphone keyboard, even as it adds new features to predict how you express emotions in addition to what you type.
The eyes of Marcello Mastroianni seemed to follow me everywhere. His photo adorned the poster for Cannes 2014 and gave the Palais and the Croisette, the center of the Cannes Film Festival, an elegant, almost Oz-like quality.
Uber Technologies Inc. may be worth far less than the $17 billion valuation in the transportation service’s latest round of fundraising, according to Aswath Damodaran, a finance professor at New York University.
Foley & Lardner LLP announced that Tad Ferris joined as a partner and co-chairman of the firm’s Greater China regulatory practice in Washington. He was previously a principal on the China team at Holland & Knight LLP.
Michael Stein, co-founder of Executive Monetary Management LLC, a financial advisory firm whose clients included Michael Eisner, when he was chief executive officer of Walt Disney Co., and singer Michael Bolton, has died. He was 74.