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Applications for U.S. state unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, led by a surge in claims in California, a sign of choppy weekly data as the labor market continues its broad … more
It's hard to feel lonely working from home when you get called every day about your car warranty. You know what I'm talking about. The robocall — it's always a recording — warns that … more
Eight United Airlines employees based at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport are suing the carrier over its vaccine mandate program, the most aggressive in the aviation industry. more
The federal regulator charged with keeping the nation’s airways safe met Tuesday with representatives of U.S. passenger airlines and urged them to take more aggressive steps to reduce the … more
Brian Bonilla was riding his handmade titanium bike recently when he glimpsed dozens of giant cargo ships anchored outside the Los Angeles and Long Beach, Calif., ports, waiting for a chance to dock … more
Store shelves during the holiday shopping season — and yes, we're talking about Hanukkah and Christmas just days after Labor Day — could prove to be merry but ever so tight. more
With more than $30 trillion riding on U.S. mutual funds and exchange traded funds, you would think investors would have a strong grasp of what they pay to own the diversified portfolios. more
Southwest Airlines will give vaccinated workers two days of bonus pay that will arrive in paychecks just before Christmas, moving to reward workers even as the White House pushes its … more
U.S. retail sales rose unexpectedly in August as a pickup in purchases across most categories more than offset weakness at auto dealers, showing resilient consumer demand for … more
As it seeks a solution to a battery fire risk, General Motors issued yet another safety recommendation Wednesday for Chevrolet Bolt owners: If you're pulling into a parking deck, keep … more
Applications for U.S. state unemployment benefits rose last week, led by a jump in Louisiana, as Hurricane Ida continues to throw a wrench in the labor market’s broad recovery.  more
Hundreds of deals by U.S. technology giants flew under the radar of merger watchdogs, fueling the companies’ unchecked growth in the digital economy, according to a Federal Trade Commission … more
Businesses and governments that require customers to show proof of a coronavirus vaccine will start to face hefty fines on Thursday, but some details about how the new law will work remain … more
As president of KFC in the U.S., Kevin Hochman thinks a lot about the future of fried chicken in America. And right now plants — yes, plants — are taking up more of his time. Hochman … more
The way you buy things inside of apps on your iPhone, like news subscriptions or a signature dance move on Fortnite, is poised to change. Last week, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers, of the U.S. … more
Theranos whistleblower Erika Cheung’s first inkling that the company’s technology fell short of founder Elizabeth Holmes’ claims arose because the startup used its workers’ … more
For companies offering abortion coverage as part of their employee health benefits, Texas’ restrictive new abortion law raises a chilling question: could they, too, be held legally liable if … more
The first all-civilian mission on a multiday trip to space looks to launch from Kennedy Space Center in Merritt Island, Fla., on Wednesday night. SpaceX set the five-hour window for liftoff from … more
Donald Trinks is seeing both sides of the labor problem in his restaurant: less business from travelers and not enough workers to capitalize on the business he has left. More people want to eat in … more
Airlines including American and Southwest are warning that the delta variant is disrupting the travel recovery with “softness in bookings and elevated trip cancellations.” The slowdown … more
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