Net neutrality fans are not taking this one lying down: Millions signed petitions and bombarded the FCC with comments after Thursday’s proposal to end equal Internet service rules.
Author: Tina Casey
Iconic American luxury brand Tiffany & Co. flexes its muscles with a brief but diamond-hard takedown of President Donald Trump for dithering over climate change.
Elon Musk teased the idea of a Tesla electric truck last month, but hydrogen fuel cell technology could give his much-publicized brand a run for the money.
The Ivanka Trump brand is facing some choppy seas, pushed along by boycott campaigns like #GrabYourWallet and Sleeping Giants. The first daughter is trying to turn things around — and she’d do well to use some principals of corporate social responsibility in her re-vamp.
As the first 100 days of the Trump Administration draw to a close, L’Oreal issues a strong pitch for renewable energy in its new progress report.
Fox News pundit Bill O’Reilly built his career by advocating for boycotts, but his loss of “The O’Reilly Factor” underscores how and why boycotts really work.
Toyota is launching its new “top secret” heavy-duty hydrogen fuel cell truck in Los Angeles this summer, just in time to compete with Tesla’s new all-electric semi.
Renewable hydrogen created by splitting water with solar energy is getting a lot of love from the Trump administration these days; coal, not so much.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon offered President Trump some solid advice in his annual shareholder letter, but he’s probably whistling into the wind.
Walmart is setting itself up for a boycott over its position on climate change and the Clean Power Plan rollback, but the chances for success are slim.