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Palo Alto: Tesla Fires Hundreds of Employees After Company-wide Performance Reviews

The second week of October 2017, Tesla fired between 400 and 700 workers from its south Bay Area headquarters and production plant, according to San Jose Mercury first reported. Tesla claims employees were fired for subpar job performance rather, not laid off. “Like all companies, Tesla conducts an annual performance review during which a manager […]

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Amazon Announces Plans to Hire People for More Than 120,000 U.S. Jobs for Holiday Season

Amazon announced Thursday that it will be create more than 120,000 positions within their U.S. fulfillment and sortation centers and customer service sites. “We prepare year round for the holidays and we’re excited to hire for over 120,000 positions this season to help delight our customers. We look forward to welcoming back holiday employees who […]

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Posted in Biz, Streets of Chicagoland

Amazon Considering Entering the Pharmacy Business, Might Make a Decision by Thanksgiving 2017

CNBC is reporting that they have seen an Amazon email communication that reveals that Amazon will make a decision by Thanksgiving about making the move to sell prescription drugs online. CNBC refers to a Goldman Sachs published report August 2017, speculating that Amazon will ultimately look to improve price transparency for consumers and reduce out-of-pocket […]

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Mariano’s ClickList Online Ordering/Pickup Available at Palatine and Eight Other Locations

Mariano’s announced in April 2017 that shoppers would be able to buy groceries online for pickup at select locations. Pickup is now available at nine stores. Bucktown 2112 N Ashland, Chicago Illinois, 60614 Phone: (773) 276 – 7140 Fax: (773) 342 – 6924 Oak Lawn 11000 S Cicero Avenue, Oak Lawn Illinois, 60453 Phone: (708) […]

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Posted in Food, Shopping

New Apple Store Chicago at Michigan Ave and Chicago River to Open Friday, October 20, 2017

Angela Ahrendts, Senior Vice President of Retail at Apple Inc announced Tuesday September 12, 2017 that the new Chicago flagship store will open Friday, October 20, 2017. Designed by London-based Foster+Partners, the new 20,000-square-foot, $62 million store is a giant glass box built from Pioneer Court at 401 North Michigan Avenue to the north bank […]

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Dedicates New Steve Jobs Theater Following Playback of Job’s Own Words

At the first major event on Apple’s new campus, CEO Tim Cook became emotional as he dedicated the theater to his predecessor. Apple CEO Tim Cook said memories have come rushing back during preparation for the Apple event that introduced the Apple iPhone X. Cook said it’s taken time but we now reflect on Jobs […]

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Posted in Biz, Peeps

Target Says They’re Dropping Prices on Thousands of Items, “from Cereal and Paper Towels to Baby Formula, Razors, Bath Tissue and More”

Target said Friday September 8, 2017 in its corporate blog that it’s lowering prices on “thousands” of items, “from cereal and paper towels to baby formula, razors, bath tissue and more.” Target said in the blog post that its aim is to focus on making items cheaper permanently — and doing fewer temporary sales promotions. […]

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Posted in Biz, Shopping

Passero Italian American Cuisine Restaurant Set to Open Mid-October 2017 on Campbell St, Arlington Heights

A seasonal Italian American Cuisine restaurant named Passero, at 5 West Campbell Street, will be opening soon, about mid-October near the corner southwest corner of Campbell Street and Dunton Avenue. Passero will have a menu inspired by family recipes and other creations of head chef Matt Peota, and be geared to families with kids. The […]

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Posted in Dining +, New Business Watch

Pivotal Research Group: Facebook Claims To Reach More People Than Actually Live In The US For Some Age Groups

Pivotal Research reaffirms its sell rating for Facebook shares, predicting its profitability will decline as it transitions to more video content advertising. A Pivotal Research Group analyst said in a not that Facebook’s Ad Manager claimes to reach more 18- to 24-year olds that actually exist in the United States, according to census data. Facebook […]

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FDA Sends Warning Letter to Pfizer Unit Meridian Medical Technologies About EpiPens Failing to Fire Defect

The Food and Drug Administration has learned of “hundreds of complaints” about the anti-allergy EpiPen device has misfired “during life-threatening emergencies.” In some cases involving misfiring, people later died. EpiPens are used to deliver a dose of the natural human hormone epinephrine to people who are suffering a potentially fatal allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis. […]

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Posted in Biz, Gov, Healthy & Fit

Amazon Stores Inside Some Kohl’s Stores to Sell Amazon Echos, Fire Tablet,and More

Kohl’s announced Wednesday September 6, 2017 that it will open up Amazon shops in 10 of its stores, including some in the Chicago area, making it the latest department store operator to make a deal with the e-commerce giant. Kohl’s shoppers will be able to buy Amazon Echos, Fire tablets and other gadgets from Amazon […]

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Greenbrier Elementary School Addition Approved at Village Board Meeting

Arlington Heights trustees approved plans Tuesday September for an expansion to Greenbrier Elementary aimed at alleviating overcrowding. The addition to Greenbrier would be the smallest of five additions in nine of the schools part of Arlington Heights School District 25. Enrollment is projected to increase mostly in the K-5 and early childhood (ED) categories. The […]

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