Here’s another government shutdown casualty. As new beers sold across state lines must be approved by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, all pending new labels are on hold.
J.P. Morgan reported a loss during the third quarter, in large part due to legal expenses of $9.15 billion.
Attention, Chicagoans: If you happen to want to buy a Dominick’s, now’s the time. The struggling supermarket chain is exiting the market, and the 72 locations are up for sale.