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  • Darden serves up better profits, restaurant sales

    Darden serves up better profits, restaurant sales
    Darden's turnaround under new leadership appears to be taking hold as restaurant sales were up during the past three months, even at struggling flagship Olive Garden. CEO Gene Lee said Friday that profits and sales were up at all seven restaurant...
  • Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings lays off staff

    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings lays off staff
    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings laid off an unspecified number of employees Thursday The company would not say how many, and no notice of layoffs had been posted on the state of Florida’s website as of Thursday evening. In response to a query...
  • Transit riders are warned to brace for possible service cuts, fare hikes

    Transit riders are warned to brace for possible service cuts, fare hikes
    Transit officials Wednesday laid out a grim scenario of service cuts on buses and trains, fare increases, layoffs and commuters returning to their cars in droves as early as summer if lawmakers approve Gov. Bruce Rauner's plan to cut nearly $170 million...
  • Citizens express concerns about closing school, increasing class sizes in Hampton schools

    Citizens express concerns about closing school, increasing class sizes in Hampton schools
    Ten people spoke at Wednesday's public hearing on the Hampton City Schools proposed budget for next school year at Jones Middle School, with six expressing concerns about the possible closing of Tarrant Elementary School and increased class sizes....
  • Stephen Herzenberg: Gov. Wolf's plan moves to resolve state's pension problem

    Stephen Herzenberg: Gov. Wolf's plan moves to resolve state's pension problem
    Gov. Wolf is ushering in a new political opportunity in Pennsylvania. His budget is a home run for Pennsylvanians, actually focusing on things that matter to voters — quality education, more and better jobs, government that works. Despite this new...
  • Initial jobless claims unexpectedly jump to nine-month high

    Initial jobless claims unexpectedly jump to nine-month high
    Initial jobless claims unexpectedly jumped to a nine-month high last week, an indication that severe winter weather could be putting a temporary freeze on the labor market's recovery. About 320,000 people filed for first-time unemployment benefits...
  • Candidates for Buffalo Grove village board, president make case for voters

     Candidates for Buffalo Grove village board, president make case for voters
    All eight of Buffalo Grove's political candidates are divided on several issues of pressing concern this spring, the least of which being their favorite flavor of ice cream. Six village board candidates and both of the former trustees running for...
  • DeVry University files notice of 50 layoffs in Orlando

    DeVry University files notice of 50 layoffs in Orlando
    The parent company of DeVry University is laying off 50 people at its Orlando location. DeVry filed a WARN Notice with the State of Florida, saying the layoffs would take place by May 29 at the DeVry University campus location in Orlando, 4000...
  • Paramount home entertainment chief exits amid layoffs

    Paramount home entertainment chief exits amid layoffs
    Dennis Maguire, Paramount Pictures' head of home entertainment, has left the company as part of a restructuring.  The Melrose Ave. studio this week cut nearly 40 jobs as parent company Viacom Inc. has implemented wider cost-cutting measures. Besides...
  • Emanuel warns of major property tax hike if lawmakers don't provide pension fix

    Emanuel warns of major property tax hike if lawmakers don't provide pension fix
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Friday said that if he doesn't get major financial relief from state lawmakers, he'll have to raise property taxes significantly next year. The acknowledgment came as a re-election seeking Emanuel released his ideas on how to...
  • 83 jobs eliminated at US Steel

    GARY--US Steel announced Thursday that 83 probationary employees at its Gary and Portage facilities will be laid off at the end of the week, increasing the total number of potential layoffs at its Northwest Indiana plants to 752. US Steel spokeswoman...