Credit managers are surveyed on factors favorable to growth, such as credit applications and amount of credit extended, as well as unfavorable factors, such as bankruptcies and credit accounts placed for collection, to gauge the economic outlook.
Residents of Parade Park Homes, a historic African-American cooperative, are divided over plans for a $76 million redevelopment. Supporters say it could ensure the complex’s long-term survival, but others fear it will make it unaffordable.
Nearly 40,000 striking Verizon employees will return to work Wednesday after reaching a tentative contract agreement that includes 1,300 new call center jobs and nearly 11 percent in raises over four years but also makes health care plan changes to save the company money, the company and unions said Monday.
Zhong Guoyan sifted through piles of fish at a Wal-Mart in Shenzhen, one of China's largest cities. She studied the fins, to make sure they were bright red and firm. She peered at the eyeballs — were they bulging?
Coffee-makers from global giants JAB and Illy to smaller upstarts such as High Brew, La Colombe and Chameleon Cold-Brew are putting their brews on ice. They’re introducing high-end, ready-made, chilled bottled and canned coffee, betting grocery shoppers will embrace yet one more way to get their caffeine jolt.
A journalist with Finland’s national broadcaster asked members of her audience to share their experience of encounters with Russia’s “troll army,” a raucous and often venomous force of online agitators. As Jessikka Aro expected, she received some feedback from people who had clashed with aggressively pro-Russian voices online. But she was taken aback, and shaken, by a vicious retaliatory campaign of harassment and insults against her and her work by those same pro-Russian voices.
Ice cream truck drivers for Mister Softee who dare to enter midtown Manhattan risk being boxed in by rival New York Ice Cream trucks – or worse. It’s a full-fledged turf war over the lucrative summer popsicle business.
At its shareholders meeting, the health care information technology company cited 236 new hospital clients last year. It said construction is ongoing at its new south Kansas City campus. And a “robust” recruiting program is underway to add employees.
If you’re sending a teenager off to college for the first time, it only takes a few minutes on Pinterest to realize how difficult it is to resist going overboard. You want your child to feel at home in their new space, but you also want to determine which items are really necessary.
Great Plains Energy Inc. agreed to buy Westar Energy Inc., the biggest utility in Kansas, for $8.6 billion as power companies across the U.S., facing weak demand and rising operational costs, look to consolidate.
Funding issues and staff health problems have shut down the Kansas City chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, prompting many who were helped along the way to praise its work for families and to rally to keep its services and legacy alive.
Archie Williams a resident of Parade Park Homes Inc., is concerned about the future of their co-op housing because they might be forced from their homes by new development near 18th and Vine district in Kansas City.
Archie Williams discusses the future of Parade Park Homes Inc.
John Jackson speaks out about the Future Of Parade Park Homes Inc.
Donna Jackson talks about the future of Parade Park Homes Inc.
New plan for Metcalf South property includes Lowe’s store