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Saturday, January 29, 2022

More companies line up with climate commitments

Apparel companies are the latest in a growing list of high-profile brands making pledges to support Paris climate agreement goals, sustainability leaders said.

Trump administration ending ACA cost-sharing subsidies

The Trump administration will end federal subsidies that have been available for years to help Americans purchase insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act, as part of his efforts to dismantle the Obama-era health law.

Facebook exceeds third-quarter profit expectations

Facebook reported third-quarter profit and sales that exceeded expectations, although the company's shares fell after reporting increased cost to combat fake news and hate speech.

U.S. seniors struggle more to pay for healthcare compared to other countries

A new report finds the availability of health care for U.S. seniors lags behind that of other affluent nations.

British theater chain Cineworld to buy Regal for $3.6B

British theater chain Cineworld on Tuesday announced plans to purchase Regal Entertainment Group for $3.6 billion, making it the world's second-largest movie theater chain.

Fiat Chrysler recalling 1.48M Dodge Ram pickups

Fiat Chrysler announced Friday it's recalling 1.48 million Dodge Ram pickup trucks over concerns that could lead to a truck moving when it should be in park.

Salt Lake City police seek robber of eastside Zions Bank branch

Police in Salt Lake City are looking for a suspect who got away Wednesday afternoon after a bank robbery.

Walmart to take on Amazon in eBook, audiobook business

Walmart will soon offer eBooks and audiobooks alongside an online grocery delivery service in Japan, the company announced.

Chipotle taps former Taco Bell executive Brian Niccol as CEO

Chipotle Mexican Grill announced Tuesday it has appointed Brian Niccol to replace Steve Ells as CEO. Niccol, who previously served as president of Yum! Brands' Taco Bell Division from 2013 to 2014 and CEO from January 2015, will join Chipotle effective March 5.

Jeff Bezos tops Forbes’ billionaires list; Trump’s rank drops

 Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos tops Forbes annual billionaires list, released Tuesday, as President Donald Trump's ranking plummeted.