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Restaurants Get Creative As Supply Chain Strains
Twitter Co-founder Jack Dorsey Stepping Down As CEO
U.S. Shoppers Head To Stores For Black Friday Bargains
Activists Block Amazon Warehouses In Europe On Black Friday
2021 Could Be Last Holiday Season For Sears, KMart
Gap Blames Supply Chain Issues For $300M In Sales Losses
Stocks Sink On New COVID Variant; Dow Loses 905 Points
Tracking Down Counterfeit Goods On Amazon
Gas Apps Help Save On Thanksgiving Travel
Newsy Investigates: Small Businesses Still Locked Out Of Aid Program
Transgender Netflix Employees Drop Labor Complaint, 1 Resigns
The Push To Get Rid Of Gender-Targeted Marketing In Toys
Target To Continue Closing Its Stores On Thanksgiving
California Sets Golden Example For Electric Cars
Retail Sales Report Shows Billions In Extra Spending
Americans Ramped Up Retail Spending In October
Pfizer Agrees To Let Other Companies Manufacture Its COVID-19 Pill
The President's Options Are Limited To Help Gas Prices
Shoppers May Be Less Likely To Spend Big This Holiday Season
Johnson & Johnson Is Splitting Into 2 Companies
Boeing Agrees To Settlement In Ethiopia Airways 737 Max Crash
Residents Fight To Sustain Communities With Changing Industries
IRS Is Cracking Down On Digital Payments
Congress Mandates New Car Technology To Prevent Drunk Driving
Facebook Parent Company Meta To End Sensitive Ad Targeting
U.S. Annual Inflation Rate At 6.2% For October, Highest Since 1990
Some Employers Are Denying Death Benefits For Unvaccinated Workers
General Electric To Split Into 3 Companies
Alabama Coal Miners Protest BlackRock In New York City
Mazda Developing Car That Stops If Driver Experiences Health Problem
Deere Executives Warn Striking Workers Not To Expect Better Offer
U.S. Mandates Vaccines Or Tests For Big Companies By Jan. 4
Head Of FAA Testifies Before Senate Committee After Investigation
The U.S. Is Facing A Potential Turkey Shortage Ahead Of Thanksgiving
Tesla Recalls Nearly 12,000 U.S. Vehicles Over Software Glitch
Zillow Closing Its Home-Flipping Business
World's Largest Shipper, Maersk, Expands Air Freight With Added Planes
State Psychiatric Facilities Face Severe Staffing Shortages
Shipping Companies To Face Fines For Backlogged Cargo
John Deere Workers Would Get Immediate 10% Raises Under New Offer
Pres. Biden At G-20: Moving Past Pandemic Will Fix Supply Chain
Barclays CEO Steps Down Following Epstein Report By British Regulators
Amazon Stumbles On Slower Sales Growth, Higher Labor Costs
Starbucks Workers To Vote On Union At 3 Buffalo, New York, Stores
'Stupid' And 'Insane': Some Billionaires Vent Over Tax Plan
U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Drop To Pandemic Low
Facebook Inc. Rebrands As Meta To Stress 'Metaverse' Plan
U.S. Economy Slowed To A 2% Growth Rate Last Quarter
Congress Debates The 'Billionaire Tax'
President Biden's Deal In 'Pretty Good Shape,' But No Breakthrough Yet
GM To Install 40,000 Electric Vehicle Chargers In The U.S. And Canada
Federal Judge Upholds Southwest Airlines Vaccine Mandate
Merck Agrees To Let Other Drug Makers Make Its COVID Pill
Pelosi: In 'Good Shape' On Biden Domestic Plan, Infrastructure Bill
New Home Sales Spike 14% In September
Chicago City Council To Vote On Universal Basic Income
Major League Baseball Could Face First Work Stoppage In 26 Years
Hertz Orders 100,000 Teslas, Among Largest EV Purchases Ever
Consumers Aren't Scared As Halloween Spending Hits All-Time High
Justice Department Announces Fair Lending Initiative
Are Real Estate Websites Shaping The Housing Market?
Moms Are Picking Up The Slack In The Workforce
Fed Imposes Sweeping New Limits On Policymakers' Investments
Stocks End Higher, Bringing S&P 500 To The Cusp Of A Record
Snail Mail Is About To Get Even Slower
Experts Warn Now Is The Time To Buy Holiday Gifts
Prices Of Procter & Gamble Products Expected To Rise
Bitcoin Shares Hit Record High After Launching Exchange-Traded Fund
Tempering Fears Of The Book Shortage
Businesses Nervously Await Fine Print Of Vax-Or-Test Rule
Labor Unrest Leads To Nationwide Strikes
Apple Unveils Product Updates
Gamestop Mania Severely Tested Market System, Regulator Says
Transportation Secretary Warns Supply Chain Issues Could Go Into 2022
Breast Cancer Products Bring In Big Money — But To Whom?
John Deere Workers On Strike After Failed Contract Negotiations
Unemployment Claims Fall Below 300K For First Time Since March 2020
Unsupported ‘Sickout’ Claims Take Flight Amid Southwest Woes
United Airlines Pauses Vaccine Mandate For Workers Seeking Exemption
Film, TV Workers Union Says Strike To Start Next Week
Social Security Cost-Of-Living Adjustment Largest In Decades
Amazon To Allow Some Employees To Work Remotely Indefinitely
Gas Prices Surge To 7-Year High
3 U.S. University Professors Win Nobel Prize For Economics
Housing Market Starts To Cool
U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Fall To 326,000
What's Behind The Nation's Gender Wage Gap?
Supply Chain Issues Impact Family-Owned Businesses
U.S. Postal Service To Start Slowing Down Mail Delivery Friday
Ford, SK Innovation Commit $11B To EV Manufacturing Plants In The U.S.
Global Microchip Shortage Impacts First Responders
WPTV: Florida Hotels And Resorts Can't Find Enough Workers
The Lasting Impacts Of The Tulsa Race Massacre
Where Does The Housing Market Stand?
WXYZ: What Labor Shortages Could Mean For Emergency Response Times
What's Next For The National Labor Shortage?
New California Law Aims To Protect Warehouse Workers
More Employers Consider Financial Penalties For Unvaccinated Workers
Supply Chain Issues Hurt Small Businesses
Could Social Security Checks Get A Bump Next Year?