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Features by Adam Allington

A Sysco truck was on display at Meatopia X: The Carnivore's Ball Presented By Creekstone Farms during Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival in New York City.

Sysco-US Foods merger stopped over anti-trust concern

A federal judge has halted a proposed merger between Sysco and US Foods.
Posted In: Sysco, anti-trust, Federal Trade Commission, Department of Justice
Uber

Juries to decide if Uber drivers are 'contractors'

Pending lawsuits could upend the way Uber and its smaller rival, Lyft, operate.
Posted In: Uber, Lyft, sharing economy, class action lawsuits
Workers build a Ford Focus on the assembly line at Ford's assembly plant in Wayne, Michigan.

Auto profits rebound, but wages don't follow

Is a job as an autoworker still a gateway to the middle class?
Posted In: autoworkers, Ford, auto industry
Not a sign of the times, in Centreville, Virginia.

Apartment shortage is forcing up rents

Investors who bought rental properties find they can now raise rents.
Posted In: rental housing, rental market, Housing
The Detroit skyline at night. An influx of immigrants has helped parts of Detroit avoid the city's larger downward spiral.

For troubled Detroit, could immigration help?

Some believe offering visas to immigrants could give a boost to the troubled city.
Posted In: Immigration, Detroit, immigrants, Economy, work visas
Three year old Saria Amaya (L) waits with her mother after receiving shoes and school supplies during a charity event to help more than 4,000 underprivileged children at the Fred Jordan Mission in the Skid Row area of Los Angeles.

The number of homeless children is on the rise

2.5 million children in America experience homelessness annually.
Posted In: homeless children, homelessness
Telephone bills, which contain information for an AT&T customer.

The top financial concern: just paying the bills

A survey shows more Americans are worrying about just keeping up.
Posted In: bankrate, bills, family money
A man prepares to pump gas as a customer counts his money.

Why falling gas prices help low-income workers more

Poorer people spend much more of their income on commuting.
Posted In: gas prices, fuel efficiency, commuting

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