Sonari Glinton

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Hot Sauce Factory Will Stay Open, For Now

Friday, November 01, 2013

A judge has turned down a California city's attempt to shut down a factory that produces the popular hot sauce Sriracha. Residents complained about pepper and garlic fumes wafting through the air. But a Los Angeles Superior Court judge blocked the city of Irwindale's opening bid to shut down the plant.


For The Young And Healthy, Health Insurance Is A Hard Sell

Thursday, October 31, 2013

The success of the Affordable Care Act rests in part on getting young, healthy people to purchase coverage. But despite marketing attempts to reach them, some young people feel they're too healthy or cash-strapped to buy something they say they're unlikely to need.


Unions Open Their Doors Wider As Membership Falls

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

As the AFL-CIO wraps up its convention, union membership continues its long decline and blue collar workers struggle with eroding living standards and high rates of unemployment. Facing such dire trouble, the labor movement is seeking to attract members and partners who don't belong to unions.


Youth Unemployment Remains Stubbornly High

Saturday, September 07, 2013

Participation in the American labor force fell in August to its lowest level in 35 years. A significant part of the drop: 18- to 29-year-olds going back to school or dropping out of the workforce to raise kids.


Millennials Force Car Execs To Rethink Business Plans

Friday, September 06, 2013

There's been a sort of collective freak-out in the auto industry about millennials and their waning interest in cars. Our series, reporting on the changing relationship between youth culture and the automobile, draws to a close.


To Attract Millennials, Automakers Look To Smartphones

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Automakers have set up shop in Silicon Valley to tap into the digital world as a way to lure younger drivers. They're looking outside the industry to learn how to make cars an extension of all the services millennials already love.

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Summer Nights: Dancing In Chicago

Friday, August 16, 2013

If you want to learn to samba, tango, waltz or get jiggy, all you have to do is wander into a Chicago park. The city of Chicago hosts the largest annual outdoor dance series.


Auto Industry's Pent-Up Demand Expected To Ease Slowly

Thursday, August 15, 2013

The average car on the road these days is more than 11 years old — a historic high. Some analysts say that means there soon will be a surge in car buying. Others are skeptical.


The Changing Story Of Teens And Cars

Friday, August 09, 2013

When you're a teenager, there are many things you desperately want to find: friends, fun, a future, freedom. In American Graffiti, the iconic movie about teenagers set in 1962, the kids find all of that just by getting in their cars. But today, teens say they don't see cars the same way.


Tesla's Stock Boosts Projections For Carmakers Staying Power

Thursday, August 08, 2013

High-end electric automaker Tesla has beat Wall Streets expectations and turned a profit for the second quarter. But will that be enough to help give the company power to sustain for the long term?


GM Looks To China To Boost Car Sales

Tuesday, August 06, 2013

General Motors set a July sales record in China. That country is already the most important auto market in the world. It could be where GM maintains global dominance.


Jobless Rate Falls For Blacks, But It's Not Good News Yet

Saturday, August 03, 2013

The labor market continues its recovery, and after a string of bad news, things would seem to be to turning around for African-American workers, too. They're finding more jobs, but at the lower end of the pay scale.


Weakening Yen Strengthens Toyota's Profits

Friday, August 02, 2013

Friday, Toyota announced that it nearly doubled its quarterly profit over one year ago. The robust earnings were largely due to the weakening of the Yen, brought on by the economic policies of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.


Ford Taking America's Best-Selling Truck All 'Natural'

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Ford is taking a big step into the alternative fuel world with an F-150 pickup truck that can run on natural gas. If it succeeds, the move could have repercussions for the broader auto industry.


Reinvigorating A Detroit Neighborhood, Block By Block

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Throughout Detroit's long decline, city planners and ordinary people have launched countless plans to revive the city — casinos, downtown development, urban farms, artist hubs. One city neighborhood is thinking small, and it's starting to pay off big.


U.S. Carmakers Are Riding High, But Detroit May Not Feel It

Thursday, July 25, 2013

The domestic auto industry has been making a strong comeback, but that recovery hasn't necessarily benefited beleaguered Detroit. There's only one auto plant still doing high-volume production inside the city limits, and much of the Big Three's manufacturing has shifted away from Michigan.


Pedal Power To Horsepower: Toys Point Toward Future Of Cars

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Toy cars — from pedal-powered roadsters to Matchbox and Hot Wheels sets — are more than just child's play. Kids' preferences in their toys can point towards future automotive trends, like a growing fondness for eco-friendly cars, and licensing deals can build brand loyalty at a very young age.


June Sales Rev Engines Of Detroit Automakers

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

U.S. automakers have reported the best monthly selling rate since December 2007. Japanese firms also saw gains.


U.S. Automakers Are On A Roll, But Hiring Is Slow And Steady

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Profits for the nation's carmakers are on the rise, but after years of doing more with less, higher profits are unlikely to translate into significant numbers of new jobs. There are eight fewer plants and hundreds of thousands fewer workers in the industry than before the Great Recession.


Garment Industry Follows Threads Of Immigration Overhaul

Monday, May 27, 2013

One industry official says a path to citizenship would improve conditions in the industry, which relies heavily on immigrant labor.