The Olympic swimmer and recently announced Dancing With the Stars competitor has teamed up with Robocopp, a company that makes personal security devices.
Private U.S. employers continued to hire at a solid clip in August, the latest sign that the nation's labor market remains robust even if job creation is moderating.
Employees standing in front of a screen displaying iPhones during a preview event in July at the new Apple Store in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Nigeria released data on Wednesday showing its gross domestic product declined by 2.06 percent in the second quarter of the year. The oil- and import-dependent economy also declined by 0.36 percent in the first quarter.
WASHINGTON—U. S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew took the European Union to task Wednesday for its decision to levy a $14.5 billion tax bill on tech firm Apple Inc. on Tuesday, saying the move amounted to a swipe at the U.S.