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  • Air freight firms are bustling amid bottlenecks at West Coast ports

    Air freight firms are bustling amid bottlenecks at West Coast ports
    Well before the sun rose over Los Angeles International Airport, a dozen workers at the Able Freight Services Inc. warehouse hustled bunches of asparagus through metal detectors and scooted stacks of Brussels sprouts around on electric pallet jacks. The...
  • Wal-Mart raises will still leave many unable to pay expenses

    Wal-Mart raises will still leave many unable to pay expenses
    For roughly 500,000 Wal-Mart workers set to receive pay raises, something is better than nothing. But it still won't be enough for many of them to afford housing and transportation and feed and raise children without government aid, according to...
  • Leo Burnett closing New York office

    Leo Burnett closing New York office
    Leo Burnett, Chicago's largest ad agency, has decided to close its New York City office after less than five years. The Park Avenue office had 15 staffers. The agency did not disclose details about their employment status going forward. "Leo Burnett...
  • McDonald's plunges on Fortune's list of most admired companies

    McDonald's plunges on Fortune's list of most admired companies
    McDonald's isn't as admirable as it used to be. The Oak Brook-based burger giant plunged on Fortune's annual list of the world's most admired companies, dropping to 46 from last year's ranking of 22. Chicago-based Boeing also slipped in 2015, falling...
  • McDonald's struggles in China, Japan persists following food-quality scares

    Food-quality scares are hurting McDonald's in China and Japan, where weakness contributed to a key global sales figure falling 1.8 percent. The world's largest hamburger chain said sales dropped 12.6 percent in January at locations open at least 13...
  • Labor woes under the Golden Arches

    Is the McDonald's Corp. responsible for how fry cooks and cashiers are treated in its thousands of restaurants across the country, or are those matters simply up to the discretion of the franchise owners that operate 90 percent of the company's...
  • Lawsuit alleges racial, sexual discrimination at 3 McDonald's in Virginia

    Lawsuit alleges racial, sexual discrimination at 3 McDonald's in Virginia
    Ten former McDonald's workers are suing the company and one of its franchisees, alleging racial and sexual discrimination and harassment in a suit that links the restaurant giant to employee issues at three franchised restaurants in Virginia. The...
  • Peet's expanding in a crowded Chicago coffee field

    Peet's expanding in a crowded Chicago coffee field
    Peet's Coffee & Tea plans to open its 17th area store Monday in the historic Wrigley Building and sees potential to double its number of locations in Chicago's already crowded coffee shop market over the next few years. Until late last year there were...
  • Jeremy Scott opens first Moschino store in Los Angeles

    Jeremy Scott opens first Moschino store in Los Angeles
    Hometown hero Jeremy Scott has opened the first Moschino store in Los Angeles, with all the playful “Drink Moschino” cola can window displays, Barbie-pink shrunken biker jackets and chain-link-trimmed baseball caps you’d expect from...
  • McDonald's to offer Filet-O-Fish with Old Bay

    McDonald's to offer Filet-O-Fish with Old Bay
    Will you be ordering a Filet-O-Bay for lent?  McDonald's and McCormick & Co. hope so. The two have teamed up to offer, for a limited time, a Filet-O-Fish with Old Bay tartar sauce starting Feb. 16 at more than 700 locations in Maryland, Virginia,...
  • Phil Rosenthal's Margin Call: We're all here for a limited time

    Phil Rosenthal's Margin Call: We're all here for a limited time
    Workers who supply onboard meals protested outside United Airlines headquarters Thursday. Usually it's their food that talks back. Residents near Wrigley Field are complaining that rats have overrun the neighborhood during ballpark renovations. The...