Mississippi: Veggie Burgers Must Be Clearly Labeled, Chicago Company Claims WinThe regulations were published weeks after a lawsuit was filed by Plant Based Foods Association and Chicago-based Upton's Naturals Co., which makes vegan products and sells them in many states.
UPS Plans To Hold Holiday Hiring Steady At About 100,000Delivery rival FedEx and major retailers are expected to lay out their plans in the next few weeks.
Juul Warned Over Claims E-Cigarette Safer Than SmokingThe FDA has been investigating Juul for months but had not previously warned the company.
Pritzker Admin. Members, Illinois Business Leaders Headed To Japan For Trade MissionMembers of Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s administration are headed to Japan on Friday for the administration’s first overseas trade mission.
Arlington Park Won't Apply For Gaming License; Could Track Close Altogether?The Arlington International Racecourse is not applying for a gaming license – and it could even move somewhere else.
Russian Firm Sues Boeing Over Max Jet, Says Defects HiddenBoeing lost $3 billion in the second quarter after taking a $4.9 billion after-tax charge to cover future costs of compensating airlines and other Max customers. Boeing is working to upgrade flight-control software implicated in the crashes, and expects the plane to be cleared to fly in November.
Target Teams Up With Disney To Open ShopsDisney, which operates about 300 of its own stores globally, is looking for new ways to reach customers amid weak traffic declines at malls. Bob Chapek, chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, said there's a 90% overlap between Disney and Target customers.
Kraft Heinz Brings Back Former CFO Amid StrugglesKraft Heinz, which is based in Pittsburgh and Chicago, was also forced to restate earnings from multiple years in May after a federal investigation into its accounting practices.
VW Recalls 679K Cars In US To Fix Potential Rollaway ProblemVW says silicate can build up on a shift lever switch, allowing the key to be removed if the lever isn't in park. That could let the cars roll off unexpectedly.
FAA Seeking Pilots To Test Fixes For Grounded Boeing 737 Max JetsFederal safety officials are recruiting pilots from airlines around the world to test changes that Boeing is making to the flight-control software on the grounded 737 Max jet, according to two people briefed on the situation.
United Adding New Routes In Push For High-Fare PassengersMany of the flights will use a version of Boeing's 767 jet that United is configuring with fewer seats than planes it is replacing — but crucially, with more business-class seats that generate much higher fares.
Union Wins First Step Against Boeing Over Fired WorkersThe International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers claims six workers were wrongly fired — five in retaliation for supporting the union — and others were disciplined at the plant in North Charleston, where employees build the Boeing 787.
Target Launching Private Label In Fight For Grocery ShareThe launch builds on Target's food and beverage business momentum, which includes seven straight quarters of sales growth at established stores and six straight quarters of market share growth with gains across almost every category of food.
Virgin Galactic Reveals Futuristic Outpost For Space TourismTwo levels within the spaceport include mission control, a preparation area for pilots and a lounge for customers and their friends and families, with each element of the fit and finish paying homage to either the desert landscape that surrounds the futuristic outpost or the promise of traveling to the edge of space.
With Flooding And A Trade War, Deere Cuts Outlook AgainChina this month abruptly cut off purchases of U.S. farm products in protest of tariffs and tariff threats from the Trump administration.