Yelp will start posting 'Racist Business Alerts'

Yelp, the business review site, announced it will post alerts on the pages of businesses accused of racism. Some say it could prevent discrimination, others worry the warnings could be misused.

Report: 12M Americans to lose jobless benefits day after Christmas

According to findings by The Century Foundation, a policy research institute, 12 million workers will be on one of two main CARES Act programs — Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) and Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) — when funding expires on Dec. 26.

Red Lobster opens its first 'ghost kitchen' in Chicago

Red Lobster announced the opening of its first "ghost kitchen" location in Chicago, embracing a new style of restaurant focused entirely on fulfilling delivery orders for customers and forgoing the traditional dine-in or takeout models.

Survey says Houston holiday shoppers will spend less, but shop more socially aware

In Houston, the study found spending will be down about $100, as shoppers expect to spend an average of $583, down from $681 last year. And they found 85% of Houstonians plan to shop online, with 45% shopping only online. 57% say they'll do some shopping in stores. And early online sales, such as Amazon Prime Day in October, are why they're shopping earlier this year.