Walgreens To Shut 200 US Stores As Part Of Cost-Cutting PlanWalgreens has been hit by challenges including reimbursement cuts and lower price increases for branded drugs.
'Feeding Frenzy' Makes Illinois Fair Favorites AffordableDozens of food vendors will participate by dropping prices on vinegar fries, cheese curds, lemon shake-up drinks and more from 2 to 5 p.m. each day of the fair.
Many Hopeful For Hard Rock Casino In Gary, But Some Say Promised Path Isn't NewThose behind plans for a Hard Rock Casino and Hotel in Gary are gambling on its success.
United Airlines Suspending Flights From O'Hare To Leon, Mexico, Due To 737 Max GroundingBeginning September 3, United will temporarily suspend service between its hub in Chicago and Leon, a city in central Mexico. It currently offers one daily round trip flight between the cities.
Capital One: Hacker Accessed More than 100 Million Account, Credit Card ApplicationsA hacker gained access to more than 100 million Capital One customers’ account and credit card applications, the bank said Monday.
Beyond Meat Raises 2019 Outlook, But Shares Slump On OfferingTen-year-old Beyond Meat burst into the spotlight in May with its initial public offering on the Nasdaq. Its $25 opening share price has risen 700% since then. At its closing price of $222.13 Monday, Beyond Meat was worth $13.3 billion, or more than Campbell's Soup.
Smithsonian, Other Institutions To Get Ebony Photo Archive"There is no greater repository of the history of the modern African-American experience than this archive. Saving it and making it available to the public is a great honor and a grave responsibility."
Tesla Posts $408M Loss In 2Q, Causing Stock To PlummetThe setback had already been telegraphed by Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Still, it underscored Tesla's ongoing challenges and helps explain why the company's shares have plunged by more than 20% this year while the Standard & Poor's 500 index has surged by 20%.
Boeing Might Shut Down Production Of 737 Max If Jets Remain Grounded Much LongerBoeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg warned investors Wednesday that the company might need to further slow or temporarily halt its 737 Max production.
Boeing Lost $3.7 Billion In The Second Quarter Because Of The 737 Max CrisisThe company had already warned investors that it would take a $5 billion profit hit from its inability to deliver the 737 Max to its customers.
'Mom Jeans' Plates Pulled By Macy'sThe smallest circle shows how much to eat to fit into "skinny jeans" while the largest circle signified women who would need "mom jeans."
More Cities Are Ditching Recycling ProgramsIn some places, certain plastics that used to be recyclable are now considered trash; in others, all formerly recyclable products are ending up in landfills.
ArcelorMittal Fined $14K After Worker Dies In Train AccidentOfficials have said 49-year-old Edwin L. Fleming of Schererville, Indiana, died when the engine he was operating struck a railcar on an adjacent track in a raw materials yard.
Ford To Add 450 Full-Time Jobs On Southeast SideFord is spending $50 million and creating 450 full-time jobs at its Southeast Side assembly plant.
Tofurky: Arkansas Meat-Labeling Law UnconstitutionalThe ACLU filed the lawsuit on behalf of the Oregon-based company against Arkansas' Bureau of Standards. Tofurky produces tofu, quinoa and other plant-based "sausages," deli slices and burgers.