Luxury brand Coach announced that it will no longer destroy damaged or "unsaleable" goods returned to its stores, after a viral TikTok video claimed the label intentionally "slashed" unwanted items for tax purposes.
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The White House called on Russia to do more to crack down on ransomware groups operating from the country but conceded that Moscow has taken "some steps" after President Joe Biden urged his Russian counterpart to tackle the groups in the summer. A senior administration official told reporters that the US wants to see "follow-up actions" ahead of a 30-country virtual meeting on ransomware that began Wednesday.
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) -- The Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce has begun a nationwide search for a new president and chief executive officer, acco…
Suspected Iranian hackers have targeted dozens of defense technology and maritime transportation firms, successfully breaching a small number, in a spying campaign launched since July that could leave some of the companies vulnerable to follow-on hacking attempts, Microsoft announced Monday.
A growing power supply crunch in China is triggering blackouts for households and forcing factories to cut production, threatening to slow the country's vast economy and place even more strain on global supply chains.
Apple, like other device makers, issues software updates all the time, but the latest one may be more critical than most.
The Delta variant of Covid-19, which has caused a sharp rise in coronavirus cases in countries around the world, is a major risk to the recovery from the pandemic. And in some places, clear signs of damage are cropping up.
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) -- The Mobile Airport Authority picked an Alabama firm to manage the construction of a new airport at Brookley Field.
It's May 11, 1926, and a giant airship, the Norge (meaning Norway), has just been unhooked from its mast at one of the world's most remote settlements, Ny-Ålesund, in the Svalbard archipelago.
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – The potential hit inflicted on Mobile County government computer systems two months ago appears “significant,” according…