The Tokyo offices were searched by Japan's Fair Trade Commission on suspicion of antitrust practices.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk criticizes the California Air Resources Board for being 'incredibly weak in its application of ZEV credits.'
Demonstrators are fighting against the chain after 35 workers were arrested on illegal immigration charges.
The swap follows several mass shootings, renewing gun violence concerns in the US.
The Theranos founder and CEO will no longer be able to own or operate a medical lab for at least two years.
The firm is ordering workers to cut down on expenses amid poor performance.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the tale of two Kansas Cities for jobs and tax breaks.
Carla Harris of Morgan Stanley talks about the benefits of a diverse workforce in the era of disruption and rising competition.
The pop-up eatery will feature a clothing-optional policy where restaurant-goers can experience true liberation without any impurities.
The bank is loosening up, allowing company employees to dress in business-casual attire when appropriate.
Nick Bilton, CNBC Contributor and Special Correspondent for Vanity Fair, discusses Twitter's strategy and its CEO Jack Dorsey.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a story in the Washington Post titled "America is still great - but needs to stay strong," and a Financial Times piece titled, "Put tired James Bond out of his misery."
Adam Grant, Wharton professor of management, cites a study which shows it may be more beneficial to deal with the foe you know rather than a sometimes friend you can't depend on.
Adam Grant, Wharton professor of management, weighs in on Walgreens' deal with Theranos without first validating its technology.
Annie Perrin, Content Director at The Energy Project, discusses Sweden's shift to a 6-hour workday and how companies like Facebook and Google are working to achieve better work-life balance and boost productivity. Kevin O'Leary, O'Leary Financial Group Founder and O'Shares Chairman, also weighs in.
Kelly Max, Haufe USA CEO, and Vivek Wadhwa, Stanford University Fellow, discuss Haufe's process of annually electing its CEO and how democratic voting in the workplace may or may not work across the board.
The Mercury News accused the company of paying workers only $5 an hour to build a car-painting facility.
The online lender nixes the internship program as it tries to deal with a number of major issues.
A woman claims that she was told to go buy heels on her first day of work at the accounting firm.
A new report by Oxfam America reveals workers are denied bathroom breaks at plants across the country.