As a corporate recruiter for a Chicago consulting firm, Tyler Byrd spends August through November in the air. Until recently, his early-morning routine at Midway Airport went like this: Get through security with about 15 minutes before boarding, grab a Potbelly breakfast sandwich or an Egg McMuffin from McDonald's, and boom—on the plane. But since May, those fast-food stalwarts—well-oiled operations with fast-moving lines, consistent food and decent coffee—are gone.
Nordstrom shoppers accustomed to meticulous merchandising may do a double-take this holiday season upon seeing utilitarian metal racks stuffed with shopping bags popping up in the middle of the once-sacred selling floor. In the Shops at North Bridge, the black metal shelves have taken over a high-traffic chunk of the third floor.
In an unusual leadership shuffle, TreeHouse Foods said today its president, Robert Aiken, resigned after four months on the job. The company's longtime chairman and CEO, Sam Reed, is replacing him. That leaves the top position vacant at TreeHouse, a major private-label packaged goods company. "We are disappointed by Bob's decision and his resulting departure and wish him well in his future endeavors," Reed said in a statement. A spokesman said Aiken left of his own accord.
TBH the math here is confusing. How could Weinstein spend ~40 hrs/wk pressuring journalists while also spending ~168 hrs/wk preying on women in hotels? Was he doing both at the same time? https://t.co/gcK5cTrB0q
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Selecting a term
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