Navient Reaches $1.85 Billion Settlement Over Predatory Student Loan ClaimsNavient, a major student loan collecting company, agreed to cancel $1.7 billion in debt owed by more than 66,000 borrowers across the U.S. and pay more than $140 million in other penalties.
Supreme Court Blocks COVID Vaccine, Testing Mandate For Large BusinessesThe Supreme Court on Thursday blocked President Joe Biden's vaccine or testing requirement aimed at large businesses, but it allowed a vaccine mandate for certain health care workers to go into effect nationwide.
37 Bed Bath & Beyond Stores Closing In Jackson, Other US CitiesBed Bath & Beyond revealed the locations of 37 of the approximately 200 stores it plans to close in the coming weeks.
Starbucks Requiring Employees To Get COVID Vaccine Or Test WeeklyStarbucks says its U.S. workers must be fully vaccinated by Feb. 9 or face a weekly COVID testing requirement.
AT&T, Verizon Agree To Postpone 5G Rollout Near Airports By 2 WeeksBoth carriers confirmed late Monday evening that they will hold off on activating 5G services near airports until Jan. 19, and that in the meantime, officials will continue working on adapting French-style restrictions on 5G to the United States.
Strike At Kellogg Ends After Approval Of New Contract; Workers To Return MondayThe contract covers approximately 1,400 workers represented by the union at plants in Michigan, Nebraska, Pennsylvania and Tennessee.
Enbridge Seeks Federal Jurisdiction In Michigan Oil Pipeline DisputeEnbridge Energy moved Wednesday to shift to federal court a Michigan lawsuit seeking the shutdown of an oil pipeline that runs beneath a channel linking two of the Great Lakes.
Kroger Ending Some Benefits For Unvaccinated EmployeesStarting Jan. 1, 2022, those employees will not receive two weeks of paid emergency leave if they become infected with COVID-19.
Kellogg's Facing Political Pressure To Resume Contract TalksKellogg's is facing increasing political pressure to resume contract talks with its 1,400 striking cereal plant workers.
Detroit's TCF Center Changes Name To Huntington PlaceOfficials with ASM Global, which manages the day-to-day operations of the convention center, announced the new name for the facility. The name change comes after Huntington merged with TCF Financial Corp back in June.
Customers Raise Over $3,000 For Repairs To Keep Food Truck In BusinessDinner At Tiffiany’s was shut down for three weeks, but thanks to the community, Blade is back open for business.
Kellogg Workers Reject Deal With 3% Raises, Vote To Stay On StrikeWorkers at four Kellogg cereal plants have rejected a tentative labor deal, voting to continue their two-month long strike at the company, the union announced Tuesday.
Michigan's Minimum Wage Increasing By 22 Cents To $9.87 On Jan. 1, 2022State law requires annual increases in the wage until it reaches over $12.
Supply Chain Issues: How Are Global Shortages Affecting Local Customers?The supply chain is the series of steps that brings a product to a customer, but bottlenecks across the entire network are creating shortages, delays and higher prices.
Striking Kellogg's Workers Receiving 3% Raises In New ContractKellogg's workers who have been on strike since Oct. 5 will vote on the new contract Sunday.