On April 20, federal regulators fined Wells Fargo $1 billion over home and auto loan abuses.
Iran banned government bodies from using the popular messaging app Telegram on April 18.
Starbucks says it will temporarily close 8,000 U.S. stores May 29 for an afternoon of racial-bias training.
Dozens of protesters flooded a Philadelphia Starbucks on April 16 where two black men were arrested last week for trespassing.
Starting April 9, Facebook will show a link at the top of users’ news feeds that says “protecting your information.”
Tesla missed its first-quarter production target for the high-profile Model 3, but struck an optimistic tone for the future in the company’s April 3 production and delivery report.
On April 1, Philippine fast food giant Jollibee opened its first location in Ontario in Toronto’s Scarborough Plaza.
Amazon stock fell more than 5 percent on April 2, after U.S. President Donald Trump suggested in a tweet that changes may be coming to the e-commerce giant’s existing deal with the Postal Service.
On March 29, McDonald’s said it would increase its employee tuition program by $150 million because of changes in U.S. tax law.
Amazon’s market value dropped $53 billion following a report that President Donald Trump is “obsessed” with the company and wants to rein in the tech giant’s growing power.