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General Motors and United Auto Workers union reach tentative deal

(DETROIT) -- More than a month after nearly 50,000 workers walked off their jobs, General Motors and United Auto Workers have reached a tentative deal to end the nationwide strike, the union confirmed to ABC News.The deal still has to be approved and ratified by the UAW GM National council,…... Read More

Somalian restaurant opens 'window to Africa' in central Ohio

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) -- Hoyo’s Kitchen is a newcomer to Columbus, Ohio’s bustling North Market -- an old warehouse filled with food stalls by local restaurants.This new vendor is exposing Central Ohioans to African fare by serving up classic Somalian dishes in a fast-casual style."People have been very welcoming. And slowly…... Read More

Founder of Facebook Marketplace Deb Liu shares how Sheryl Sandberg convinced her to join

(NEW YORK) --  When an opportunity to work for Facebook fell into Deb Liu's lap while she was on maternity leave, she wasn't convinced she should take it. She was living in Hawaii working part-time and had just given birth to her second child. She didn't know if she was…... Read More

Chipotle now offers employees free tuition for tech and business degrees

(NEW YORK) -- Chipotle is investing in new education benefits for its employees who are studying business and technology with a new program that will pay tuition up front."Chipotle recognizes that financial barriers can be one of the biggest obstacles that impede our employees from achieving their fullest potential," Marissa…... Read More

WeWork removes more than 2,000 phone booths over formaldehyde hazard

(NEW YORK) -- After dealing with corporate drama for weeks that saw the withdrawing of its IPO and the ousting of its CEO, coworking startup WeWork is facing a new set of issues after up to 2,300 phone booths were flagged to have "elevated levels of formaldehyde."“WeWork is taking a…... Read More

Danish brewer Carlsberg could soon be selling beer in paper bottles

(COPENHAGEN, Denmark) -- Danish beer maker Carlsberg unveiled what it says is the first "paper bottle" for beer, made out of sustainably-sourced wood fibers.Carlsberg unveiled its Green Fibre Bottle at the C40 Mayor's Summit in Copenhagen late last week as part of the company's initiative to end carbon emissions at…... Read More

Taco Bell recalls over two million pounds of seasoned beef

(NEW YORK) -- Taco Bell has stopped serving seasoned beef at dozens of restaurant locations across the United States over concerns the meat product may be contaminated with metal shavings. The fast-food chain announced Tuesday that it had voluntarily recalled 2.3 million pounds of seasoned beef from restaurants and distribution…... Read More

'Broken rung' in corporate ladder stops women from getting to the top: Report

(NEW YORK) -- A sweeping new study that looked at 329 companies employing 13 million people found that women in the workplace have come a long way in recent years -- but it's not a "glass ceiling" that is keeping women from the top, but a "broken rung" on the…... Read More

Lay's is releasing a grilled cheese and tomato soup flavor

(NEW YORK) -- Comfort foodies rejoice! One of America’s favorite homemade meals is headed to a chip bag near you.Lay's is releasing a brand new flavor just in time for fall: grilled cheese and tomato soup.The new fall-filled flavor hits shelves on Oct. 21 for a limited time run.According to…... Read More

TikTok video of Panera's frozen mac and cheese goes viral

(NEW YORK) -- A video of mac and cheese being prepared inside a kitchen at one Panera Bread location has quickly gained attention online.Whether you go to Panera for the fresh baked breads, soup and seasonal salad or another item, like the popular mac and cheese, the menu at the…... Read More

China's popular education app is a 'surveillance device in your pocket,' advocacy group says

(BEIJING) -- A wildly-popular app touted as an educational tool by the Chinese authorities may actually be used to digitally monitor its citizens, a new report from the Open Technology Fund and a German cybersecurity firm claims. Xuexi Qiangguo, or "Study the Great Nation," has reportedly been downloaded more than…... Read More