The GOP nominee for attorney general says he's not being anti-gay, just anti-sex predator.
Moynihan touts commitment to LGBT efforts as transgender bathroom legislation has become an election-year issue in North Carolina.
The UK government alerts British citizens about recent LGBT laws in two southern US states.
Discussing the business impact regarding the North Carolina transgender law, with Tim Giuliani, greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, and Kerri Kupec, Alliance Defending Freedom legal communications director.
North Carolina business leaders called for a repeal of a new state law they blamed for mounting economic losses.
CNBC's Kate Rogers speaks with Shake Shack founder Danny Meyer's to get his reaction to Chipotle's planned expansion into the burger game, as well as his thoughts on North Carolina's controversial bathroom bill.
The former Beatles drummer cancels his show in protest after North Carolina passed a law many call anti-gay.
The musician is the latest artist to cancel an event in the state in opposition to HB2, the LGBT discrimination bill.
The German bank halts its plans to hire 250 additional workers in Cary, North Carolina.
Ron Rivera, Carolina Panthers coach talks about his plan for 2016 as he get his team geared up for a new season. And Erskine Bowles says the Carolina Panthers is the best investment he's ever made. Also Rivera weighs in on the NFL concussion laws.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports PayPal has canceled its move into North Carolina, and Mississippi's governor has signed the religious beliefs law which allows public and private businesses to refuse service based on the business' religious beliefs.
Re/code Executive Editor Kara Swisher talks about the demand for Tesla's new Model 3, the response to North Carolina's anti-LGBT law, as well as the head of the SEC's concern over unicorn companies.
Jim Stewart, Columnist at The New York Times and CNBC Contributor, talks about the business backlash against North Carolina's anti-LGBT law.
"When a state is legislating discrimination against any group, that shouldn’t be OK," Chegg CEO Dan Rosensweig tells CNBC.
If an embattled North Carolina law stands, businesses will freeze hiring and even pull offices out of the state, a technology CEO said.
North Carolina Lt. Governor Dan Forest responds to criticism over the state's religious freedom law.
Companies like Bayer, Apple, Microsoft and Red Hat are all publicly blasting the new "anti-LGBT" law, with Ray Kerins, Bayer Corporation SVP.
Hillary Clinton appeared to sweep the night's Democratic contests, and Donald Trump won four of five GOP primaries.
The fried-chicken chain beat its own estimates, reporting 22 cents earnings-per-share in the fourth quarter of 2015.
The fast food giant is testing the larger menu in Oklahoma and North Carolina