Dollar Tree will charge $1.25 for the majority of its products across all of its locations nationwide by the end of April.
Retailers last year were forced to limit crowds in stores during the pandemic - a shift that appears to have been fortuitous.
“There’s other neighborhoods where it is literally just a gas station or a liquor store," said Raquel Castañeda-Lopez. "The food products they have there, are so incredibly limited. And can you imagine coming home from work, wanting to pick up a quick bite, there’s literally nothing.”
News of its impending final closure marks the end of an era for some local observers.
Six states filed the action against the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for companies with over 100 employees on Nov. 5.
A third lawsuit accusing Subway of deceiving the public about its tuna products said lab testing shows they contain animal proteins such as chicken, pork and cattle, and not the advertised "100% tuna." Subway says an independent lab verified their tuna is yellowfin or skipjack tuna.
Workers at the Michigan-based food company have been on strike since Oct. 5.
This holiday slice of Downtown Detroit is lined with local vendors eager to make a sale - and a connection.
Here are 10 U.S. veterans who have occupied the c-suite at some of America’s biggest companies.
While battling fires for 27 years as a lieutenant with the Ypsilanti Fire Department, Michael Wells was cultivating skills that would eventually make him the first African-American owner of a vineyard in southeast Michigan. A path he started out on, as a little boy.
While supply chain issues rankle the artificial Christmas tree market, it's the 2008 Great Recession that could create problems for hopeful tree buyers this year.
General Electric will divide itself into three public companies focused on aviation, healthcare and energy.
At least 26 Republican-led states filed lawsuits challenging a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for employers issued by President Biden's administration.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is considering whether businesses with fewer than 100 employees should be subject to the same COVID-19 vaccine and testing mandate it is implementing on big businesses.
U.S. regulators say Americans who work at companies with 100 or more employees will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4 or get tested weekly.
Ohio high school students will be required to pass at least one half-credit course in financial literacy in order to graduate, according to a new law.
Under the new features, DoorDash drivers can quickly and easily connect with an ADT security agent through its app if they feel unsafe. DoorDash is also adding an in-app emergency assistance button.
The Seattle-based coffee giant said all of its U.S. workers will earn at least $15 — and up to $23 — per hour by next summer.
Car theft is on the rise, according to a new report, and certain makes and models are being stolen at a higher rate.
Spanx founder, Sara Blakely, gifted all of her employees two first-class tickets to anywhere in the world and $10,000 each following a major deal with Blackstone.