Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson demanded changes to “religious freedom” legislation, the latest turn in a cultural clash over whether such laws protect people of faith or open the door to discrimination against gays and lesbians.
U.S. employers are expected to apply in the coming days for far more visas than are available for foreign workers in fields such as science, engineering and computer programming, likely prompting a government lottery.
China is tightening control over the loosely regulated world of Chinese e-commerce, a sector that has created behemoths such as Alibaba but has also drawn criticism for not adequately policing fake goods.
Europe’s competition regulator is laying the groundwork to move against Google in the next few weeks, setting the stage for charges against the U.S. search giant in a five-year-old antitrust investigation.
A federal judge ordered pilots at Allegiant Travel Co. to halt a planned strike, a last-minute court decision to prevent spiraling labor discord at the discount carrier from disrupting thousands of travelers.
After a brush with liquidation last week, a reincarnated version of the RadioShack electronics chain will debut later in April under the ownership of hedge fund Standard General with an assist from Sprint.