- BusinessChicago Business Journal•9 hours ago
With great fanfare, American Airlines introduced new uniforms on Sept. 20. Now the outfits are giving the world's largest carrier and hundreds of its employees real headaches. Really. Sources report that more than 400 AA flight attendants have informed their union and company management that they have broken out in hives and begun to experience itching and headaches since they first slipped into the new uniforms — the first new designs for many in the airline's employee ranks in decades. An AA spokeswoman confirmed that the company has received complaints about the new uniforms, which the company, at this juncture, believes may be related to a wool allergy among some affected employees The spokeswoman
- U.S.Business Insider•14 hours ago
About a year before Sanjay Valvani's wife found him dead inside his Brooklyn Heights home, the star money manager learned he was under investigation for insider trading. Valvani drove profits at Visium Asset Management, an $8 billion New York hedge fund that had been on the rise.
- financeReuters•8 hours ago
"There does not appear to be any urgency to raise rates when inflation is coming up low," Kashkari said at a town hall meeting in Rapid City, South Dakota. Waiting too long to raise rates, he said, is less risky than raising rates too soon, because the Fed has the tools to tamp down inflation