Chicago Heights Ford Plant Reopens Monday As Workers Wear COVID-19 'Distance' Watches"Everybody is also wearing watches that buzz if your get within six feet of somebody else."
After Closing Restaurant, Vietnamese Immigrant Fights To Live The American Dream"My passion is restaurants. I love the food and I love the cooking."
Consumers, Lawmakers Rip Airlines For Withholding RefundsSenate Democrats proposed legislation that would require airlines to give full cash refunds to passengers during the pandemic, even if it was the customer who canceled. They say they will try to include the requirement in any further virus-relief measures.
Why Horrific Unemployment Numbers Made The Stock Market RiseThe stock market reacted positively to the recent record unemployment numbers, which suggests a strong economic comeback, but be wary.
Why The Real Unemployment Rate Is Actually Even WorseThe U.S. job market just endured its worst month ever, but the official unemployment rate doesn't accurately reflect the staggering job losses.
Family Of El Milagro Tortilla Plant Employee With COVID-19 Told To Prepare For Worst, Says Plant Should Have Prepared BetterThe family of an El Milagro tortilla plant employee who is batting COVID-19 said doctors told them to prepare for the worst.
Hyatt Hotels Laying Off 350 Chicago Workers Not Long After Giving Free Vacations To NYC Hospital StaffHyatt Hotels are laying off 350 workers in Chicago alone, all while passing out thousands of free vacations to essential workers in New York City.
Potbelly Warns It Might Have To Close Up To 100 Sandwich Shops Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe Chicago-based Potbelly Corporation warned that it may have to close up to 100 of its sandwich shops as it suffers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Boeing Goes Another Month Without A Single Airliner OrderThe COVID-19 outbreak has caused global air traffic to plummet and compounded a crisis at Boeing Co. that began with two fatal crashes and the grounding of its best-selling plane, the 737 Max.
Wife Of El Milagro Worker Who Died Of COVID Speaks: 'They're Not Protecting Us'"I want them to do something. Because I don't want another family go through what I'm going through."
Barbershops, Salons Now Open In Porter County, But With Restrictions"To have to shut down in two days was very difficult for our staff and employees so we're very happy to get going."
Some Industries That Might Have Career Opportunities During The Pandemic And BeyondWith thousands across Chicago out of work, some experts say it could lead to long-term changes as industries adjust.
Inside Gold Eagle, A Chicago Car Accessory Manufacturer That Has Changed Its Practices, And What It Makes, During The COVID-19 PandemicAll businesses are having to adjust to life in the coronavirus world, and that includes manufacturers, where employees often need to work side-by side.
Hair Salons Set To Reopen In Indiana On Monday, But With A Lot Of ChangesHair salons reopen in Indiana on Monday, but don’t expect an experience like you had before the pandemic.
'Why Does The Burden Fall On Us?' No Easy Answers For Those Waiting For Unemployment Benefits"Why does the burden fall on us? We didn't do anything wrong. Why is it our job to sit and call for eight hours straight."