Russian-made firearms are reportedly flying off the shelves of American gun stores after the United States Treasury Department announced sanctions last week against the maker of the popular AK-47 rifle.
Internet retailer Amazon is serious about wanting to ship packages using unmanned aerial vehicles, and now the company is asking federal regulators in the United States to help make drone deliveries a reality.
Marijuana dispensaries in Washington state began legally selling recreational weed on Tuesday morning, joining Colorado by officially becoming the second state in the country where adults can lawfully purchase pot.
The latest creation from Harley-Davidson can go from zero to 60 miles-per-hour faster than you can finish reading this sentence, but you’ll be hard pressed to find one at your local filling station anytime soon.
A group of four national trade organizations sued the state of Vermont over its new law requiring labels on foods with genetically modified ingredients, scheduled to go into effect in July 2016. They claim the requirement is unconstitutional.
The world’s largest shrimp farmer gets fishmeal used to feed its crop from suppliers that use slave labor, according to a new investigative report. It then sells its farm-raised shrimp to food retail giants, including Walmart and Costco in the US.
Chocolate maker Hershey is taking on the makers of Reefer’s Cups, claiming the packaging is too similar to Reese’s Cups. The company is suing two companies for trademark infringement and dilution over the names of their pot-infused candy bars.
Billions of individual tidbits about American consumers are being collected and used by a handful of data brokers, a new report reveals, and the Federal Trade Commission says Congress can do something about it.