Black Former Franchise Owners File Discrimination Lawsuit Against McDonald'sAccording to the lawsuit, McDonald’s steered Black franchisees to stores in inner-city neighborhoods with lower sales volumes and higher security and insurance costs.
United, Delta, And American Are Dropping Change Fees; But Fare Hikes Likely Coming
Delta, American Join United In Dropping Most US Change FeesThis could be the final boarding call for the $200 ticket-change fee that has enraged so many U.S. airline travelers over the past decade.
Boeing Grounds Eight 787 Dreamliners Over Manufacturing FlawBoeing has found a problem with the manufacturing of the 787 Dreamliner, the widebody jet that is one of the most successful products of the troubled aircraft maker.
'A Great Way For Players To Capitalize On Name Once Collegiate Career Is Over': Chicago Native Charles Matthews On Founding Of The Players TrunkThe former Kentucky and Michigan standout has co-founded a company that helps former college athletes sell their team issued gear to fans.
McDonald's Internal Investigation Of Misconduct Extends Beyond Ousted CEO Steve EasterbrookMcDonald's board of directors has hired an outside law firm as part of a probe into its human resources department to determine if former CEO Steve Easterbrook, who exited abruptly in November, covered up misconduct for others in that department.
Illinois Tourism Had Another Record Year In 2019, Before Pandemic“Pre-COVID-19, Illinois offered one of the top destinations for travel in the country, supporting thousands of jobs and economic growth for our communities,” said Michael Negron, acting director of the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, which houses the tourism office.
Wise Owl Was First Restaurant Shut Down In Chicago For COVID-19 Violations; Here's How It Hopes To Bounce BackThe Wise Owl in the West Loop was the first restaurant the city shut down for COVID-19 violations, and that is not a title you want to hold.
A Look At How Businesses Are Being Scrutinized To Ensure They're Following Chicago's COVID-19 Operating RulesThe city’s 60,000 businesses are under a regimented watch. CBS 2’s Lauren Victory dug into how shops, restaurants, gyms, and more are scrutinized.
Potbelly Receives Another $10 Million Paycheck Protection Program LoanThe Potbelly sandwich chain has received another $10 million loan through the Payment Protection Program.
Syd Jerome Menswear Has Been Burglarized Or Looted 4 Times, Owner Says Store Might Not Make ItThe windows at the Syd Jerome menswear had to be boarded up yet again after the rash of looting early Monday morning – and for employees, boarded-up windows have almost become routine now.
Gov. Pritzker Announces Deployment Of $46 Million In Aid For Small BusinessesIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Wednesday announced the deployment of the first $46 million in the state’s Business Interruption Grant program to help small businesses that have hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Boeing: No Orders, More Cancellations For Grounded 737 MaxThe coronavirus pandemic has devastated air travel, leaving airlines with more planes than they need.
Where Do States Stand On Trump's Unemployment Insurance Executive Order?States react to President Trump's executive order extending additional weekly unemployment insurance payments in the amount of $400.
'Job Gains Have Slowed Considerably,' Says Economic Policy Institute EconomistUnemployment's sizable decline in July still reflects a slowing economic recovery in the face of the unchecked coronavirus pandemic.