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Ford Shuts Down Production In Chicago Stamping, Its Fourth Factory So Far

Ford Motor Co. announced on May 27th that it had temporarily halted production at Chicago Stamping due to the pandemic. It is...

15 U.S. Air Carriers WIll Suspend Service to 75 Airports

The U.S. Transportation Department had granted tentative approval to 15 airlines to temporarily halt service to 75 U.S. airports.

Century-Old Rental Company Hertz Files for U.S. Bankruptcy Protection

A century-old car rental company Hertz Global Holdings filed for bankruptcy protection on May 22nd, following the irreversible damages caused by the...

Specialty’s Café & Bakery Shuts Down Forever After 33 Years

Specialty’s Café & Bakery is going out of business forever after a 33-year run.  The Bay Area-based restaurant chain...

Bankruptcy After 118 Years: JC Penney Is Falls Victim to COVID-19

One of the most notorious department store chains in the U.S., JC Penney, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on May...

Elon Musk Tweets “Facebook Sucks” At Facebook’s head of AI

Elon Musk has some harsh words for Facebook officials — not for the first time since the Tesla CEO has always expressed...

Attorneys General Demand Truthful COVID-19 Data From Amazon And Whole Foods

A group of attorneys general from 13 states, led by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, has sent a letter to Amazon and...

Beauty Salon Owner Gets 7 Days In Jail For Refusing To Shut Down Business

Shelley Luther, an owner of the beauty salon À la Mode in Dallas, must serve jail time for repeatedly refusing to close...

No Hollywood Premiers, No Show: AMC Theaters Refuse To Reopen

As business outlets across the U.S. begin to take risks and open their doors again, the movie theater chain AMC says it...

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