Finding the perfect gift is always hard. This holiday season poses a whole new set of dilemmas for people who prefer to give memorable experiences rather than stuff.
The Chicago area's first Amazon Fresh grocery store opens Dec. 10 in Naperville, bringing a high-tech shopping experience and low prices.
FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn defends the COVID-19 vaccine approval process.
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- By 2035, Airbus hopes hydrogen-based fuel will be cheap enough to compete with fossil fuels, and enough airports will be able to support hydrogen planes to make it an attractive purchase for airlines.
- Finding the perfect gift is always hard. This holiday season poses a whole new set of dilemmas for people who prefer to give memorable experiences rather than stuff.
- The Cheesecake Factory said in March and April government filings that it was “operating sustainably” during the pandemic. But internal documents showed it was losing $6 million per week and had 16 weeks of cash left.
- Southwest Airlines warned nearly 7,000 workers on Thursday that they could lose their jobs unless labor unions accept concessions to help the airline cope with a sharp drop in travel caused by the pandemic.
- In architecture, 2020 was a year like no other. Anxiety soared about the future of downtown, but so did new skyscrapers.
- The Chicago area's first Amazon Fresh grocery store opens Dec. 10 in Naperville, bringing a high-tech shopping experience and low prices.
- FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn defends the COVID-19 vaccine approval process.
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- With layoffs still elevated and new confirmed viral cases in the U.S. now exceeding 160,000 a day on average, the economy’s modest recovery is in danger. The Government Accountability Office, a federal watchdog, has concluded that the jobless claims numbers are being distorted by flaws in the way the government collects the data.
- The Senate on Thursday narrowly confirmed the nomination of Christopher Waller for the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors, placing another of President Donald Trump's picks on the Fed's influential board after a string of high-profile rejections.
- On our Top 10 for Chicago architecture: New skyscrapers, the pandemic-ready Rush University Medical Center and the preservation of both the old Cook County Hospital and the Chicago house of Emmett Till.
- Boeing must hope that the ungrounding of the 737 Max will stanch the bleeding of the orders it has for the jet and that the Ryanair deal marks a turnaround so that the backlog will now grow again.
- The Tribune asked Chicago housing experts about what they would like to see from President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.