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The rise of the omicron variant, along with a stretch of winter weather, will lead to losses in January and February, but the Dallas-based airline predicted it will be profitable the remainder of the year.
The Chicago burger giant said global same-store sales — or sales at restaurants open at least a year — rose 12.3% in the quarter.
Rising COVID-19 cases, short staffing and lack of events have made January a tough first month of the year for many restaurants in Detroit and beyond.
May Mobility, a self-driving shuttle startup backed by the venture arms of Toyota and BMW, raised $83 million in its largest funding round to date.
The Motor City Match program, in its 18th round, recognized 63 winners who will receive support including cash grants or design, development or planning assistance.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is seeking to define how billions of dollars in the state surplus as part of her Wednesday State of the State address.
Thousands of Michigan residents could have their jobless aid overpayments waived under legislation the state House adopted Wednesday.
With high inflation and unemployment falling steadily, the Fed also said it would phase out its monthly bond purchases.
Senate Republicans contended that the state's financial surpluses should be used to provide "across the board" relief.
William Good, 31, of Somerville, alleges in the lawsuit that Uber "failed to appropriately screen, hire and supervise their driver.
The collaboration has come up with seven flavors, which will be available at stores such as Walmart beginning Feb. 1.
Sales of new single family homes in December rose to their highest level in 10 months as buyers anticipated higher interest rates.
Companies are calling workers back to the office -- again. But employees are losing faith that their managers can get this right.
Heirs of the famed 20th-century Spanish artist are vaulting into 21st-century commerce by selling 1,010 digital art pieces of one of his ceramic works that has never before been seen publicly.