Department Of Justice Sues To Stop Alliance Between American Airlines And JetBlueA partnership formed by Fort Worth-based American Airlines and JetBlue is being challenged with claims it will reduce competition and lead to higher fares.
'Our Recovery Is Going Backwards': Some Restaurants Adding 'COVID Surcharge' To Make Up For 'Long-Lasting Hardships'Signs at each table at Cotton Patch Cafe warn a 5% surcharge will be added to each bill “due to the long-lasting hardships faced by the restaurant industry."
Amazon Looking To Hire 11K+ Workers In DFW, With An Average $18+ Per Hour SalaryAmazon says it is planning to hire some 125,000 delivery and warehouse workers nationwide -- paying the new employees an average of $18 an hour.
Child Tax Credit: September Payments Arriving In Parents' Bank Accounts
Forget Instant Gratification, Age Of COVID Teaching Shoppers You Can't Always Get What You WantOnline shopping trained consumers to expect everything from groceries to furniture delivered at the click of a button. But the pandemic is teaching them to change their expectations and realize... you can't always get what you want.
Texas Company Formosa Plastics To Pay Nearly $3M For Clean Air Act ViolationsAccording to the the U.S. Department of Justice, a Texas plastics company has agreed to pay nearly $3 million in civil penalties for violating the Clean Air Act.
Child Tax Credit: When Will Your September Payment Arrive?The next advance Child Tax Credit payment will be sent out this week, with direct deposits arriving almost immediately and mailed checks taking a little longer.
Kroger Stores Team Up With Instacart To Offer New 30-Minute Delivery ServiceKroger grocery stores are teaming up with Instacart on a new delivery service that can get items to customers in as little as 30 minutes.
Southwest Airlines President Tom Nealon Retires SuddenlySouthwest Airlines President Tom Nealon, who was once seen as a leading candidate for CEO but was passed over this year, has retired.
Federal Relief Fund Giving Aircraft Companies $482 Million To Weather Pandemic LossesAviation industry manufacturers are getting assistance to help them avert job or pay cuts during the pandemic, thanks to $482 million from the Biden administration.
Amazon Bringing Cashier-Less Shopping To Some Whole Foods Stores Next YearThere's no guarantee about the number of customers in line, but there will be something missing at a few Whole Foods stores opening next year: human cashiers.
Some Chick-fil-A Restaurants Closing Dining Rooms Amid Worker ShortageOne Chick-fil-A restaurant described itself as being "in the midst of a staffing crisis" as it closed its dining room on Monday.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Will Another Relief Payment Come This Year?The economy is improving, but millions of Americans haven't experienced the recovery and could still benefit from a fourth stimulus check.
'It's A Place I Really Called Home': Sad 'So Long' To Grapevine's Beloved SkateTownIt's open Friday, August 20 and Saturday, August 21, then it closes for good.
Data Breach Exposes Information Of More Than 40 Million T-Mobile CustomersT-Mobile confirms the names, Social Security numbers and information from driver's licenses or other ID of more than 40 million customers that applied for credit was exposed in a recent data breach.