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Chicago Tribune
Have we seen this story before? Black Monday 30 years later
Chicago Tribune
On Monday, Oct. 19, 1987, the stock market suffered its worst day ever, dropping 508 points and losing nearly 23 percent of its value. Stan ChoeAssociated Press. How long can this nirvana last for investors? The stock market keeps ticking methodically ...
Dow drops 100 points as stocks fall from record highsCNBC

After 55 Years, Target Will Finally Open A Store In Vermont
Target has come close to opening a store in Vermont in the past. In one year, it will finally make that happen, operating in all 50 states. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption. toggle caption. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images. Target has come close ...
Target announces first Vermont locationWPTZ

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Kansas City Star
Verizon revenue beats as wireless subs increase
Verizon Communications Inc. gained wireless subscribers in the latest quarter, as the telecommunications company worked to shore up its largest unit in light of its weakening television business. Verizon reported a net increase of 603,000 retail ...
Verizon sees more signs of pay-TV cord cuttingUSA TODAY
Verizon's Unlimited Data Plans Drive Subscriber GrowthBloomberg
Verizon Blames Pay-TV Loss in Q3 on Cord-Cutting, Sees Delay on OTT PlansVariety
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Trump to Nominate Simons to Lead FTC, White House Says
President Donald Trump will nominate Washington antitrust attorney Joseph Simons as chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, the White House said Thursday. Simons, a partner at the law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, would be ...
Trump selects Washington lawyer Joe Simons to head FTC: OfficialCNBC
Trump to nominate DC antitrust attorney to lead FTC: reportThe Hill
Trump is nominating a longtime antitrust lawyer as the head of the Federal Trade CommissionRecode

U.S. News & World Report
US Unemployment Claims Fall to 222000, Lowest in 44 Years
U.S. News & World Report
FILE - In this Friday, March 10, 2017, file photo, a lone job seeker checks in at the front desk of the Texas Workforce Solutions office in Dallas. On Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, the Labor Department reports on the number of people who applied for ...
Initial jobless claims slump to 44-year lowMarketWatch
Georgia joblessness falls to lowest rate in 10 years despite hurricanesChattanooga Times Free Press
Hurricane Irma sends jobs down, unemployment claims upAtlanta Business Chronicle
New Straits Times Online -Markets Insider
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New York Times
American Express CEO Ken Chenault to Step Down
New York Times
Kenneth I. Chenault took over as chief executive of American Express in 2001. Credit Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg. Kenneth I. Chenault, one of the longest-serving executives in finance and one of corporate America's few black top leaders, will retire next ...
AmEx CEO Chenault to Exit, Succeeded by Vice Chairman SqueriBloomberg
American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault to Retire Next YearU.S. News & World Report
The Retirement of Amex's Ken Chenault Means Just 3 CEOs on the Fortune 500 Are BlackFortune
CNNMoney -
Why Amazon's New $5 Billion Headquarters May Ruin Your City
There may be a few good reasons not to add your city to Amazon's shopping cart. Formal bids in the nationwide search for Amazon's second headquarters are due Thursday, and cities have been pulling out all the stops to attract the $479 billion retail ...
Big question for US cities: Is Amazon's HQ2 worth the price?ABC News
States are so eager to win Amazon's HQ2 they're offering the company as much as $7 billionCNBC
Winning Amazon's New Headquarters Could Come With Hidden CostsTIME
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CBS News
Blue Apron slims down its workforce
CBS News
NEW YORK - Blue Apron is cutting about 320 jobs, less than four months after the meal-kit seller became a public company. New York-based Blue Apron (APRN), which had nearly 5,400 employees in June, said Wednesday the layoffs represent about 6 ...
Term Sheet -- Thursday, October 19Fortune
Blue Apron layoffs hit the office hardest, warehouse workers mostly spared, say sourcesCNBC
Blue Apron Lays Off 6 Percent Of
SCNow -Nasdaq -SFGate
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KPRC Houston
Restaurant confesses to 'proudly' serving Popeye's Chicken
KPRC Houston
Sweet Dixie Kitchen in Long Beach is facing backlash after a negative review on Yelp. More National Headlines. Blue Apron lays off hundreds just months after IPO · Top 12 Italian restaurants in Houston · McDonald's introduces smartphone lockers · Why ...
Restaurant admits to serving Popeyes chicken, charging $13KCCI Des Moines
Restaurant's Popeyes secret gets outed on YelpNew York Post
California restaurant caught re-serving Popeyes chicken10News
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