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Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 27, 2022

Along the Mag Mile, a new crop of retailers await holiday shoppers. ‘We love that our store surprises people'
By offering shoppers fresh options, landlords are hoping to revitalize Chicago's Magnificent Mile

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 27, 2022

Through a Chicago high school's drone-flying program, teens expand their horizons
Corliss' new aviation program gives students the chance to train for the FAA's unmanned drone pilot certification exam, a license that permits flying drones for hire.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 26, 2022

What will Obama center mean for nearby home values on the South Side? Wary of being priced out, groups push for housing benefits and protections
The activists have a long list of asks, from funding for home repairs to eviction protections and more affordable housing.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 25, 2022

Despite inflationary 2022, shoppers turn out for Black Friday
Shoppers hit stores in search of deals in the wake of soaring prices.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 25, 2022

Photos: Chicagoland Black Friday shopping
Retailers across the Chicago area hope to see a return to Black Friday bargain seekers to drive holiday traffic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 25, 2022

Inflation hovers over shoppers on Black Friday: ‘The money is not going as far as last year'
Black Friday marks a return to familiar holiday shopping patterns, but inflation is weighing on consumers.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 25, 2022

Fees for using MyChart? More Chicago-area health systems charging for some messages
A growing number of health systems in the Chicago area and across the country are now charging for some types of messages sent through online patient portals.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 24, 2022

Elon Musk will grant ‘amnesty' to suspended Twitter accounts
New Twitter owner Elon Musk said that he is granting "amnesty" for suspended accounts, which online safety experts predict will spur a rise in harassment, hate speech and misinformation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 24, 2022

Holiday shopping kicks off with inflation dampening spirits
While Black Friday will mark a return to familiar holiday shopping patterns, uncertainty still remains.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 23, 2022

Dubuque? We don't fly there anymore. Airlines say goodbye to regional airports.
An unexpected hangover of the pandemic has been the withered flight schedules at many regional airports.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 23, 2022

Sale of Weiss, West Suburban hospitals moving forward, despite bankruptcy
The agreement comes after Pipeline, which has owned the hospitals since 2019, filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in October, which had thrown the future of the sale into question.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 23, 2022

‘Your budget is your hot trend': Retailers attempt to lure price-weary shoppers with deep discounts ahead of Black Friday
With Americans facing higher prices for everything from rent to groceries, retailers are acutely aware consumers have less money to spend than they did last year and are offering steep holiday discounts beyond Black Friday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 22, 2022

WGN-Ch. 9 anchor Robin Baumgarten buys home in Lemont, sells another in Orland Park
Baumgarten has been with Channel 9 since joining the station as a traffic and transportation reporter in 1996

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 22, 2022

WGN-Channel 9 anchor Robin Baumgarten buys home in Lemont, sells another in Orland Park
Baumgarten has been with Channel 9 since joining the station as a traffic and transportation reporter in 1996

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 22, 2022

Former WFLD-Channel 32 meteorologist Bill Bellis sells Lakeview home for $895,000
Bellis was at Fox 32 from 2011 until February 2021

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 22, 2022

Investigators: Firm that cleans meat plants employed minors
A Wisconsin company that cleans hundreds of meatpacking plants nationwide is defending itself against allegations that it employed more than two dozen minors.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 22, 2022

Barnes and Noble reopens Skokie bookstore in new Old Orchard location
Barnes & Noble is opening a bookstore in Skokie's Westfield Old Orchard Shopping Center in a different location from the old store, which closed months ago.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 22, 2022

Dangerous, recalled toys can still be found online during the holiday shopping season, consumer advocates warn
Illinois consumer advocates have a message to those shopping for toys: Be careful

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 22, 2022

Best Buy's outlook on sales improves ahead of the holidays
Retailers including Best Buy are facing a cloudy picture heading into the Black Friday weekend, considered the kickoff to the holiday shopping season.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 22, 2022

A rail strike looms and impact on US economy could be broad
American consumers and nearly every industry will be affected if freight trains grind to a halt next month.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 21, 2022

Photos: O'Hare gets busy with Thanksgiving travelers
O'Hare International Airport gets busy with Thanksgiving travelers.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 21, 2022

Elon Musk's Twitter reinstates Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, days after former President Trump's account returns to platform
Elon Musk's Twitter has reinstated the personal account of far-right Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, which was banned in January for violating the platform's COVID misinformation policies at the time.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 21, 2022

Bally's executes sale-leaseback on newly acquired Freedom Center site, raising up to $500 million to develop Chicago casino
The Rhode Island-based company bought the printing plant site for $200 million Friday from Nexstar Media Group.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 21, 2022

Consumers could pay price if railroads, unions can't agree
Consumers could quickly start seeing higher gas prices and shortages of some of their favorite groceries if railroads aren't able to agree on contracts with all 12 of their unions ahead of next month's deadline after the latest rejection vote Monday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 21, 2022

US supply chain under threat as unions, railroads, clash
Railroad engineers accepted their deal with the railroads that will deliver 24% raises but conductors rejected theirs, threatening the health of the economy just before the holidays.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 21, 2022

Carriers feeling cheery about on-time holiday deliveries
The nation's major shipping companies are in the best shape to get holiday shoppers' packages delivered on time since the start of the pandemic, suggesting a return to normalcy.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 21, 2022

Interior designer John Robert Wiltgen selling Streeterville condo for $1.1M
Wiltgen and his husband paid $580,000 for the unit in 2019 and rehabbed it

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 20, 2022

Neighborhood pride competes with gentrification fears for Woodlawn residents coping with Obama Center traffic woes
Riders on the Jackson Park Express bus talk describe commuting inconveniences as they weigh in on the transformation of their neighborhood into an elite tourist destination.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 19, 2022

Tesla recalls 300K vehicles over taillight software glitch
Tesla says in documents posted Saturday by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that the glitch may affect one or both taillights on certain Model 3 and Model Y vehicles.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 19, 2022

Public safety accounts urge caution on Twitter amid changes
Across the country, government agencies, especially those tasked with sending messages during emergencies, have embraced Twitter over the last decade.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 18, 2022

Bally's buys Freedom Center for $200 million, taking ownership of Tribune printing plant and future site of Chicago's casino
What becomes of the Chicago Tribune's 41-year-old printing plant remains to be seen.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 18, 2022

Twitter risks crash as engineers exit over Elon Musk upheaval
Twitter continued to bleed engineers and other workers after new owner Elon Musk gave them a choice to pledge to "hardcore" work or resign with severance pay.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 18, 2022

Former WBBM-Ch. 2 anchor Harry Porterfield sells home in Gary's Miller Beach area for $228,500
Former WBBM-Ch. 2 and WLS-Ch. 7 news anchor Harry Porterfield on Oct. 31 sold his longtime four-bedroom midcentury modern house in Gary's Miller Beach area for $228,500.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 18, 2022

Former WBBM-Channel 2 anchor Harry Porterfield sells home in Gary's Miller Beach area for $228,500
Former WBBM-Channel 2 and WLS-Channel 7 news anchor Harry Porterfield on Oct. 31 sold his longtime four-bedroom mid-century modern house in Gary's Miller Beach area for $228,500.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 18, 2022

US home sales fell in October for ninth straight month
Sales are now at the slowest annual pace since December 2011, when the housing market was still mired in a deep slump following the foreclosure crisis of the late 2000s.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 18, 2022

Lake Forest estate owned by the late widow of filmmaker John Hughes sells for $13M
The Lake Forest estate of the late philanthropist Nancy Hughes -- the widow of filmmaker John Hughes -- sold Thursday for $13 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 18, 2022

More Twitter workers flee after Elon Musk's ‘hardcore' ultimatum
Twitter continued to bleed engineers and other workers after new owner Elon Musk gave them a choice to pledge to "hardcore" work or resign with severance pay.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 17, 2022

SpaceX employees fired after calling out CEO Elon Musk accuse company of violating labor law
Several SpaceX employees who were fired after circulating an open letter calling out CEO Elon Musk's behavior have filed a complaint accusing the company of violating labor laws.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 17, 2022

Illinois doctors plead with parents to get flu shots for kids, amid hospital crowding
Health leaders are pleading with parents to get their children vaccinated against the flu, which is spreading in the Chicago area.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 17, 2022

2 North Side Starbucks close down as workers join national 1-day strike amid dispute over bargaining
The one-day national strike is timed with Starbucks' annual Red Cup Day holiday promotion, during which customers who order qualifying drinks receive a limited-edition reusable red cup.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 17, 2022

Macy's boosts 2022 guidance as retailers see mixed financial results amid inflation
Major retailers have reported mixed performances for the third quarter this week, illustrating how volatile the exit from a global pandemic has been.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 17, 2022

Fewer Americans file for jobless benefits last week
The total number of Americans collecting unemployment aid rose by 13,000 to 1.51 million for the week ending Nov. 5. a seven-month high, but still not a concerning level.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 17, 2022

Macy's boosts 2022 guidance while Kohl's outlook withdrawn
Major retailers have reported mixed performances for the third quarter this week, illustrating how volatile the exit from a global pandemic has been.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 17, 2022

SpaceX employees say they were fired for speaking up about Elon Musk
Interviews with eight SpaceX employees who filed unfair-labor-practice charges arguing that their firings were illegal highlight Elon Musk's firm grip on his workplaces, perhaps even beyond the restraints of federal law.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 16, 2022

Amazon begins mass layoffs among corporate workforce
Amazon has begun mass layoffs in its corporate ranks, becoming the latest tech company to trim its workforce amid rising fears about the wider economic environment.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 16, 2022

Whole Foods ‘not a good partner' for shutting Englewood store, Lightfoot says as aldermen OK $13 million in city money to reopen, rehab Save-a-Lots
The city grant will help reopen an Auburn Gresham store that closed in 2020, plus rehab five more, mostly on the South Side.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 16, 2022

Whole Foods ‘not a good partner' for shutting Englewood store, Lightfoot says as City Council OKs $13 million grant for to reopen, rehab Save-a-Lots
The city grant will help reopen an Auburn Gresham store that closed in 2020, plus rehab five more, mostly on the South Side, where food deserts are a problem.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 16, 2022

Mayor Lori Lightfoot chastises security detail for parking in a bike lane while she picked up doughnuts
The mayor said she only became aware of what occurred through media accounts.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 16, 2022

Wilmette mansion once owned by Smashing Pumpkins guitarist James Iha listed for $3M
Iha owned the home from 1998 until 2001.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 16, 2022

Target's 3Q profit drops 52% as shoppers force price cuts
The Minneapolis retailer voiced caution about its sales and profit during the fourth quarter because of what it's seen from its customers in recent weeks.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 16, 2022

US retail sales rose 1.3% last month, a sign of resilience
Americans stepped up their spending at retailers, restaurants and auto dealers last month, a sign of consumer resilience as the holiday shopping season begins amid painfully high inflation and rising interest rates.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 16, 2022

Thanksgiving brings smaller turkeys but bigger grocery bills. Average meal cost expected to hit $64, up 20% over last year.
As inflated production costs increase prices up and down the grocery aisle, the turkey industry has been served a double whammy with the avian flu, a respiratory virus that has led to the deaths of more than 8 million turkeys in the U.S, according to the U.S Department of Agriculture.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 16, 2022

Illinois' hospital safety ranking drops again, with one Chicago hospital earning an ‘F'
Illinois' overall ranking for hospital safety has again dropped, this time to 28th in the country, with one Chicago hospital earning an F

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 15, 2022

Frontier, 5 other airlines to refund more than $600 million
The U.S. Department of Transportation said it also fined the same airlines more than $7 million for delaying refunds so long that they violated consumer-protection rules.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 15, 2022

Walmart offers to pay $3.1 billion to settle opioid lawsuits
Walmart proposed a $3.1 billion legal settlement on Tuesday over the toll of powerful prescription opioids sold at its pharmacies.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 15, 2022

Frustrated with CTA, Metra or Amtrak? We want to hear about it
The Chicago Tribune wants to hear about a particularly troubled CTA, Metra or Amtrak ride

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 14, 2022

After initial hesitation, state board approves Advocate Aurora deal to combine with Southern hospital system
A state board approved a plan Monday by Advocate Aurora Health to combine with Southern system Atrium Health

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 14, 2022

Prince William's worldwide climate contest names Skokie's LanzaTech as sole U.S. finalist
Skokie-based Lanzatech has been named the only U. S. finalist in Prince William's international Earthshot competition, which seeks to find and grow solutions to repair the planet.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 14, 2022

Prince William's worldwide climate contest names Skokie's LanzaTech as sole US finalist
Skokie-based Lanzatech has been named the only U. S. finalist in Prince William's international Earthshot competition, which seeks to find and grow solutions to repair the planet.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 14, 2022

South Shore organizations are looking to move the needle on the community's future development
A report aims to empower residents to better advocate for policies that help community members maintain their housing.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 14, 2022

President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan blocked again by court ruling
President Joe Biden's plan to forgive student loan debt for millions of borrowers lost another battle in court on Monday when a federal appeals court panel agreed to a preliminary injunction halting the program while an appeal plays out.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 14, 2022

40 states settle Google location-tracking charges for $392 million
The investigation by the states found that Google continued to track people's location data even after they opted out of such tracking.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 14, 2022

Amazon is said to plan to lay off thousands of employees
Amazon plans to lay off approximately 10,000 people in corporate and technology jobs starting as soon as this week, people with knowledge of the matter said, in what would be the largest job cuts in the company's history.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 14, 2022

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos says he will give away most of his fortune
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said he will give away the majority of his wealth during his lifetime, becoming the latest billionaire to pledge to donate much of his vast fortune.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 14, 2022

Flying home for the holidays will cost you more this year
People still looking to book trips home to visit family or take a vacation during the holidays need to act fast and prepare for sticker shock.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 14, 2022

Elon Musk touches on Twitter criticism and workload at G-20 forum
It's not easy being Elon Musk. That was the message the new Twitter owner and billionaire head of Tesla and SpaceX had for younger people who might seek to emulate his entrepreneurial success.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 14, 2022

New pedestrian greenway could connect Chicago's East Side with New Buffalo, Mich.
The roughly 60-mile trail for cyclists and pedestrians, known as the Marquette Greenway, has been planned for more than a decade.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 13, 2022

Once-touted Englewood Whole Foods closes as shoppers mourn the health-focused grocer
The Englewood Whole Foods opened to fanfare in 2016, but it closes on Sunday. Shoppers shared their frustration ahead of the grocer's departure.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 13, 2022

Glen Ellyn mansion where noted psychotherapist Carl Rogers grew up is on the market for $1.2M
The 15-room brick mansion and its 1.9-acre site at one time were part of a 300-acre-plus farm south of Glen Ellyn that was known as Warwood Farm.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 13, 2022

Condo Adviser: Proposed Chicago ordinance governs installation of electric vehicle chargers
The proposed ordinance allows condo association boards to impose reasonable restrictions on electric vehicle charging stations.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 13, 2022

Jewel was founded over a century ago. With Kroger-Albertsons merger looming, Chicago's hometown grocer is once again poised for change.
The parent companies of Mariano's and Jewel are likely to divest some stores in the Chicago area in order for the merger to get antitrust approval, raising questions about what Chicago's hometown grocer will look like when and if the deal goes through.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 13, 2022

Timeline: From horse-drawn delivery service to grocery empire, tracing Jewel-Osco's history as Chicago's hometown grocer
Founded in 1899, Jewel has positioned itself throughout its history as a uniquely Chicago company. But since the 1980s, the grocery chain has undergone a series of acquisitions.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 12, 2022

A look at how gas prices in Illinois compare to other states
Hitting the road? Here's how gas prices in Illinois compare to neighboring states.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 12, 2022

Mediterranean-style Elmhurst mansion sells for $2.4M
A Mediterranean-style mansion in Elmhurst that is a prominent local landmark sold for $2.4 million — more than 36% percent less than the sellers had initially sought.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 12, 2022

Chicago-based cable startup NewsNation, host of this season's most talked-about debates, sees election boost after slow start
NewsNation, formerly WGN America, has come a long way since the days of Bozo's Circus and Andy Griffith reruns. But with an average of 93,000 viewers on election night prime time to Fox News' 7.4 million, it still has a long way to go.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 11, 2022

Elon Musk warns Twitter's survival is at stake as staff quits
Elon Musk warned Twitter employees Thursday to brace for "difficult times ahead" that might end with the collapse of the social media platform if they can't find new ways of making money.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 11, 2022

Terry Savage: Know your money personality
As an investor, how do you feel when you hear the stock market report on the car radio or the evening news?

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 11, 2022

Shortage of popular antibiotic amoxicillin leaves Chicago area patients scrambling
The latest item to become hard to find is amoxicillin. Tight supply in the Chicago area has left patients scrambling.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

CTA continues to face staff shortage that contributes to ghost trains, President Dorval Carter tells aldermen
The CTA remains short about 1,000 employees, President Dorval Carter said as he appeared before aldermen Thursday

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

Illinois issues first two social equity marijuana dispensary licenses, and one shop expected to open soon in River North
Green Rose Dispensary could open by next week on the site of the old Carson's Ribs restaurant on Ontario and Wells streets.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

Wall Street soars to best day in over two years as inflation eases
Wall Street blasted off Thursday to soar to its best day in more than two years as exhilaration swept through markets after a report showed inflation in the United States eased last month by even more than expected.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

US authorities investigate crypto exchange FTX, AP source says
The swift collapse of cryptocurrency exchange FTX sent more shockwaves through the crypto world, with authorities now investigating the firm for potential securities violations and analysts bracing for a further downturn in crypto prices.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

Tweets with racial slurs soar since Elon Musk Twitter takeover, report says
Instances of racial slurs have soared on Twitter since Elon Musk purchased the influential platform, despite assurances from the platform that it had reduced hateful activity, a digital civil rights group reported.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

‘Economic picture ahead is dire,' Elon Musk tells Twitter employees
In two emails to Twitter employees seen by The New York Times, Elon Musk painted a bleak financial picture and outlined changes at the company.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

How ownership of Tribune Publishing — the parent company of the Chicago Tribune — has changed since 2006
A look back at the billionaire owners, company name changes and industry reactions to the sweeping leadership changes at Tribune Publishing.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

Timeline: How Tribune Publishing — the parent company of the Chicago Tribune — has changed since 2006
A look back at the billionaire owners, company name changes and industry reactions to the sweeping leadership changes at Tribune Publishing.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

Illinois' first social equity-licensed marijuana store set to open next week in Chicago's River North area with prominent ownership
Green Rose Dispensary will be on the site of the old Carson's Ribs restaurant on Ontario at Wells streets.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

Illinois' first social equity-licensed marijuana store to open next week in Chicago's River North
Green Rose Dispensary will be on the site of the old Carson's Ribs restaurant on Ontario and Wells streets.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

Redfin lays off 13% of its staff
Real estate brokerage firm Redfin said Wednesday that it was laying off 13% of its workforce, the company's latest move to cut costs amid a slowing housing market.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

US Steel reaches tentative contract with United Steelworkers union
U.S. Steel and the union representing more than 11,000 of its employees, including those at the Mon Valley Works, have reached a tentative agreement on a new four-year contract.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

Column: Where have all the Hollywood movie ads gone?
Does feel like some titles don't get any promotion? "The era of reaching everybody is fading away," says a marketing expert. Maybe we miss the monoculture.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

Bally's to close Freedom Center site purchase for $200 million, with plans for a land sale-leaseback to raise cash for Chicago casino
Bally's set to close Freedom Center site purchase for $155 million this month, with plans to sell the land in a sale-leaseback to raise cash for Chicago casino development

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 10, 2022

Bally's to close on Freedom Center site purchase for $200 million
Bally's will close on the Freedom Center site purchase for $200 million this month, with plans to sell the land in a sale-leaseback to raise cash.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 09, 2022

NASCAR Chicago launches ticket sales for summer street race, including $3,000 temporary suites overlooking Grant Park course
The NASCAR Chicago Street Race, a pop-up urban racecourse set for next summer, is projected to generate nearly $114 million in total economic impact.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 09, 2022

Caterpillar fined by OSHA over worker's incineration death in Mapleton
Federal investigators allege the 39-year-old employee's death could have been prevented had Caterpillar installed safety guards or fall protection at the site as required by federal safety regulations.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 09, 2022

Defying inflation worries, US casinos have best quarter
Gamblers are shrugging off inflation concerns and losing money at casinos at a record pace.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 09, 2022

Elon Musk seeks to reassure advertisers on Twitter after chaos
Elon Musk sought to reassure big companies that advertise on Twitter that his chaotic takeover of the social media platform won't harm their brands, acknowledging that some "dumb things" might happen on his way to creating what he says will be a better, safer user experience.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 09, 2022

‘Official' Twitter tag for some users appears, then vanishes
Twitter began adding gray "official" labels to some high-profile accounts Wednesday to indicate that they are authentic, the latest twist in new owner Elon Musk's chaotic overhaul of the platform and its verification system. A few hours later, the labels started disappearing.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 09, 2022

Twitter adds gray ‘official' marks to some high-profile accounts
Twitter has begun adding gray "official" labels to some high-profile accounts to indicate that they are authentic, the latest twist in new owner Elon Musk's chaotic overhaul of the platform's verification system.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Nov 09, 2022

Facebook parent company Meta laying off 11,000 employees — about 13% of its workforce
Facebook parent Meta is laying off 11,000 people, about 13% of its workforce, as it contends with faltering revenue and broader tech industry woes, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a letter to employees Wednesday.

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