The only way is up: CEOs warn of prices

Adds CBI survey, AutoNation, SouthWestern, Unilever details Unilever warns that prices will continue to rise over the next year Randstad says the labor shortage will persist for years British manufacturers have increased prices the most since 1980 Oct 21 (Reuters) – For central bankers grappling with whether inflationary pressures are temporary, industry leaders around the … Read more

Tight US labor market triggers strikes for higher salaries

Oct 18 (Reuters) – Thousands of workers continue on strike across the United States, demanding higher wages and better conditions, despite Hollywood makeup artists and cinematographers reaching an agreement over the weekend to avoid lost work and the tense The job market has only encouraged you. Kevin Bradshaw is an employee at Kellogg Co’s (KN) … Read more

Michigan judge throws GM lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler

The new GM logo can be seen on the facade of General Motors’ headquarters in Detroit, Michigan, USA on March 16, 2021. REUTERS / Rebecca Cook WASHINGTON, Oct.17 (Reuters) – A Michigan judge has dismissed a General Motors Co (GM.N) lawsuit against Stellantis Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) alleging fraud and unfair competition against its rivals. … Read more

Apple employee says she was fired after leading an anti-harassment movement

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct.15 (Reuters) – An Apple employee who directed her colleagues to publicly share cases of corporate harassment and discrimination said Thursday she was fired. Janneke Parrish, an Apple program manager, said the iPhone maker informed her Thursday that she had been fired for deleting material on company devices while she was under investigation … Read more

ITA takes off and ends Alitalia’s turbulent life

MILAN, October 15 (Reuters) – The new state-owned airline Italia Trasporto Aereo (ITA) took over from Alitalia on Friday and permanently grounded the 75-year-old icon of Italian style and glamor after years of financial losses and failed rescue attempts. An early morning flight from Milan landed in the southern city of Bari just before 0600 … Read more

Domino’s causes a rare decline in US sales as demand slows and labor shortages increase

Oct. 14 (Reuters) – Domino’s Pizza Inc (DPZ.N) posted the first drop in U.S. sales in the same store in over a decade on Thursday as the world’s largest pizza chain struggled with slowing delivery demand and a tight labor market had led to a driver shortage. As the containment of COVID-19 wears off, Americans … Read more

Delta posts $ 1.2 billion in third quarter earnings promoting vacation bookings – WKRC TV Cincinnati

Delta posts $ 1.2 billion in profit in the third quarter promoting vacation bookingsWKRC TV Cincinnati Delta floats in profit in Q3 as “dramatic” fuel price hike threatens outlookYahoo Finance Delta points to profitability challenges as the first major airline to show profitsThe Washington Post As Delta grows in Boston, the focus is on gaining … Read more

Food and rents boost US consumer inflation in September

Shoppers browse a supermarket while wearing masks to slow the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in northern St. Louis, Missouri, the United States, April 4, 2020. Image taken on April 4, 2020. REUTERS / Lawrence Bryant Consumer price index rises 0.4% in September Food and rents account for more than half of the increase Core … Read more

John Deere workers are on the brink of a strike

photo: Gene Sweeney Jr. / Stringer (Getty Images) John Deere workers are on the verge of a strike after they voted overwhelmingly to reject a new six-year collective agreement recommended by their union, United Auto Workers (UAW). On Sunday, 90 percent of UAW members eligible to vote shot down the new agreement that had been … Read more

Deere workers decline contract offer. The strike deadline is set for late Wednesday.

Text size John Deere tractors Justin Sullivan / Getty Images deer Workers, represented by the United Auto Workers union, rejected a new six-year collective agreement with the agricultural machinery giant. A UAW statement said 90% of its members voted against the proposed treaty. The contract, which provided for higher wages and benefits, would have covered … Read more