Change Healthcare notifying customers exposed in cyberattack

Change Healthcare is starting to notify hospitals, insurers and other customers that they may have had patient information exposed in a massive cyberattack.

American Airlines says removal of Black passengers was 'unacceptable'

DALLAS (AP) - American Airlines put an unspecified number of employees on leave for their involvement in an incident in which several Black passengers were removed from a flight in Phoenix, allegedly over a complaint about body odor.

Apple kills off its buy now, pay later service service

NEW YORK (AP) - Apple is discontinuing its buy now, pay later service known as Apple Pay Later barely a year after its initial launch in the U.S., and will rely on companies who already dominate the industry like Affirm and Klarna.

Relatives of people killed ask US to fine Boeing $24.8 billion

Families of some of the people who died in two Boeing 737 Max crashes are asking federal officials to fine Boeing $24.8 billion and move quickly to prosecute the company on a criminal charge that was set aside three years ago.

Snapchat Inc. to pay $15 million to settle discrimination lawsuit

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Snapchat Inc. will pay $15 million to settle a lawsuit brought by California's civil rights agency that claimed the company discriminated against female employees, failed to prevent workplace sexual harassment and retaliated against women who complained.

Attorneys for Baltimore seek to keep crew members from returning home

Baltimore (AP) - Attorneys are asking a federal judge to prevent crew members on the cargo ship Dali from returning to their home countries amid ongoing investigations into the circumstances leading up to the deadly collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in March.

McDonald's ends its AI-powered drive-thrus

NEW YORK (AP) - Ever get your McDonald’s order mixed up at an AI-powered drive-thru? The experiment behind the fast food giant’s current automated order taker will soon be coming to a close.