TORONTO/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A newspaper advertisement for an Uber Technologies Inc stock sale was juxtaposed on Wednesday with a report that the ride-service provider had covered up a data hack - something of a metaphor for Uber, a company with boundless investor interest, but whose penchant for rule-breaking has led to a series of scandals.
The TV entrepreneur spokes to ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis.
The Trump Organization is ending its licensing deal with the Trump SoHo hotel amid reports that the property has struggled to attract business.
More U.S. states say they're investigating Uber over the ride-hailing company's massive data breach
Fiat Chrysler recalls some Jeep Compass SUVs because passenger air bag could shoot loose fasteners
Fed officials likely to boost key rate soon, though some remain concerned about inflation
U.S. stocks mostly slip away from their latest record highs as technology companies and banks slide.