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North American travel retailer Hudson Group on Tuesday announced it won new business at Indianapolis International Airport, bringing exciting national brands and one-of-a-kind retail concepts to the Hoosier state. According to a press release, the 10-year contract, which is part of the airport’s concessions refresh program, includes nine stores and nearly 9,000 incremental square feet ...

Hudson Group and Paradies Lagardère are among five groups that have been awarded contracts for specialty retail and services at Indianapolis International Airport (IND)
These contracts are the first round of approvals IND will make as part of its concessions refresh initiative that launched in 2016 to address the pending expiration of 43 existing retailers, services, and food and beverage locations. The airport said the new…

Whether you are teetering on the edge of bankruptcy or just trying to better manage your finances, you can’t help but notice all the advertisements touting debt consolidation. However, is debt consolidation a good option for you?

Would firms rehire former staff who left in good standing? What’s the likelihood workers want to return? Find out in this Accountemps infographic.

Northbound I-75, which was closed Monday afternoon for several hours emergency repairs, reopened late Monday with plans for workers to return Tuesday morning for more patching, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation
MDOT crews will be out on northbound I-75 from 12 Mile to Crooks, taking one lane to do pothole patching starting around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, MDOT spokeswoman Diane Cross said
"This type of…

Gunnar is an adoptable Dog - Plott Hound Mix searching for a forever family near West Caldwell, NJ. Use Petfinder to find adoptable pets in your area.

The freezing cold was no match for Dennis Cheeseman, who got these great photos of a Wilson's snipe at DeKorte at lunchtime today. We salute you, Dennis!

Make sure your home is safeguarded against subfreezing temperatures. Our checklist will help you ensure you’re prepared.

Bid for Gannett could portend more cuts at Detroit News, Free Press
Alden owns The Detroit News; Gannett owns the Free Press
Experts: Deeper newsroom job cuts likely if a takeover occurs
Crain's Detroit Business
The Detroit newspapers have joint business functions, while maintaining separate newsrooms
Job cuts have been a way of life at Detroit's two daily newspapers for years, and they could get much worse if a hedge fund notorious for gutting journalist jobs has its way.
That's the view of…

Detroit News sports writer Lynn Henning to retire after 40 years
The columnist said his last day will be Feb. 1
Believe it was on that ancient website Ecclesiastes where they said there was a "time to gather and a time to cast away." The time to cast away has arrived: I'll be retiring Feb. 1 from the Detroit News. It has been a marvelous 40 years there, 45 years overall. Thank you to all.
Henning joined The Detroit News in 1979 and,…

On the eve of the National Retail Federation show, we look at why the future is bright for those who avoid the clouds.

Thanks to Joe Koscielny for these great photos taken during Tuesday's Bergen County Audubon Society nature walk at Losen Slote Creek Park and the Mehrhof Pond Wildlife Observaton Area, both in Little Ferry. If you haven't already yet, be sure to take advantage of the BCAS Bird Blind at the Wildlife Observation Area! Bald Eagle…

A recent round of housing market reports focused on Westchester County shows that while single-family homes struggle to find a rhythm, the apartment market has witnessed a surprising jolt.

On the eve of the 123rd annual REBNY Banquet, John Banks reflects on a year of landmark deals and ambitious growth in the real estate sector

— Target corridor of 5 to 7 % for average annual sales growth (CAGR)
— Increased profitability with EBITDA margin in the range of 20 to 23 % from 2020 onward
— Continuation of successful strategy
— Expansion of portfolio and sharpening the product mix: focus on high-margin applications
— Updated targets for sustainability balance planned

I have had dogs and cats as a very important part of my family and continue to be a dog mom! I adore animals and will take wonderful care of your furry babies when you aren’t able to be with them.
I volunteer for a pet rescue organization and truly feel pets are an extremely important part of ...

Dennis Riese has soured on the food trade and developed a taste for marijuana. The chairman and CEO of The Riese Organization – which at its height was the nation’s biggest restaurant operator – has been shrinking his restaurant business in the face of rising wages and stricter labor laws...

Highlights of Talking Logistics video featuring Gary Barraco (Amber Road) discussing the "rights" and "mores" of supply chain execution.

See how Panasonic is merging the physical and digital worlds to create the tomorrow consumers want today.

The BCAS and NJSEA have a number of special events coming up throughout the year to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of our partnership. In addition to our annual Butterfly Day, Moth Night and Birding Festival, we’re kicking off our new Native Plant Day and have some great guest speakers lined up for other programs. And…