Facebook Enlists Plain English To Clarify How It Makes MoneyFacebook has come under fire with regulators in Europe, and increasingly in the U.S., for how it handles personal information collected on its site — and how transparent it is with users.
FedEx Loses $2 billion, Warns Of Headwinds In Coming YearThe company announced this month that it would not renew an airfreight-delivery contract with Amazon that expires June 30. It did not disclose the value of that work, but said Amazon accounted for less than 1.3% of its revenue in 2018.
Spurred By CBS 2 Investigation, Lawmakers Move Forward In Pushing For Ethylene Oxide Restrictions"My biggest fear is that I won't be around to see my children one day."
What's Your Data Worth To Big Tech? Bill Would Compel AnswerThe measure would require commercial services with more than 100 million active monthly users to disclose to their customers and financial regulators the types of data they collect.
Slurpees Incoming! 7-Eleven Begins Delivery In Public SpacesDominos launched a similar service last year, delivering pizzas and more to over 200,000 public locations.
Pillsbury Recalls 4,620 Cases Of Bread Flour Over Possible E. Coli ContaminationFor the second time in two weeks, flour is being recalled because of E. coli fears.
Some Ragu Pasta Sauces Recalled Due To Possible Plastic FragmentsCheck your cabinets if you plan on cooking some pasta for dinner tonight. Some Ragu pasta sauces are being recalled, because the jars might contain plastic fragments.
Company Offers Training As Shared Scooters Arrive In ChicagoLime is kicking off Chicago's program with a "First Ride Academy" that will include basics of safe scooter riding and responsible parking. The classes will continue throughout the program.
Uber Tests Drone Food Delivery, Launches New Autonomous SUVIt works this way: Workers at a restaurant load the meal into a drone and it takes off, tracked and guided by a new aerospace management system. The drone then meets an Uber Eats driver at a drop-off location, and the driver will hand-deliver the meal to the customer.
Indiana Farmers Make Planting Progress But Still Behind PaceThe report lists 42% of Indiana's soybean crop as planted, up from 17% a week before. The state's five-year average is 89% for soybean planting.
Produce Supplier Warns Chicago Restaurants, Grocery Stores, Shoppers Could Feel Effects Of Trump Tariffs On MexicoThe price of some foods could skyrocket, a Chicago businessman is warning, if President Trump follows through with his threat to impose new tariffs on all Mexican imports.