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Chipotle wants to give workers an extra month of pay

Chipotle is cutting through a tight labor market with a new incentive: An extra month’s worth of pay. The offer is part of a new bonus program for hourly employees at its restaurants, which Chipotle announced Tuesday. The program puts Chipotle “at the forefront of the industry for attracting and retaining top talent to ensure…MORE

Acting US Customs and Border Protection Commissioner John Sanders to leave

Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner John Sanders is resigning, he said in a message sent to agency employees Tuesday, amid the dramatic increase in the number of undocumented migrants crossing the border and a fight over how to address it. “Although I will leave it to you to determine whether I was successful, I…MORE

Pizza Hut brings back its retro logo

Pizza Hut wants to return to its winning ways. So it’s rebooting the logo from when it dominated the American pizza market. The pizza chain is replacing its current round logo with a retro logo that hasn’t been used in two decades, the company said. Compared to its current logo, the old version features its…MORE

Trump taps Melania Trump’s spokeswoman as next White House press secretary

Melania Trump’s spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham will get a major new role as both White House press secretary and communications director, the first lady tweeted Tuesday. “I am pleased to announce @StephGrisham45 will be the next @PressSec & Comms Director! She has been with us since 2015 – @POTUS & I can think of no better…MORE

Startup bank Aspiration is trying to be the anti-Wells Fargo. It’s working

An online bank backed by Leonardo DiCaprio is luring hundreds of thousands of Wells Fargo’s customers by promising to be the opposite of the scandal-tarred big bank. Aspiration is specifically marketing itself as an alternative to dissatisfied Wells Fargo customers. The California startup has a website urging customers to “switch banks from Wells Fargo” to…MORE

Boeing and Airbus made huge mistakes, but their dominance is under no threat

Boeing and Airbus dominate aviation like precious few duos dominate their industries. That’s why both plane makers will probably weather their recent multi-billion dollar mistakes. Boeing’s problem is the tragedy of two fatal crashes involving its bestselling passenger jet, the 737 Max. It has led to a global grounding of the plane, a halt in…MORE