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Mass layoffs affect the country

Mass layoffs affect the country

Connor Kennedy, Contributing Writer

January 22, 2018


Filed under Nation & World

A fresh round of layoffs was announced by Carrier and Walmart last week, occurring at a time when the economy seems to be doing well by most other metrics. Carrier, a corporation that primarily manufactures air conditioners, laid off 215 workers on Jan. 11 at an Indiana plant. These layoffs are the m...

Nation & World Briefs: January 22, 2018

Associated Press

January 22, 2018


Filed under Nation & World

Amazon announces short list for next headquarters location Amazon's second home could be in an already tech-heavy city, such as Boston, New York or Austin, Texas. Or it could be in the Midwest, say, Indianapolis or Columbus, Ohio. Or the company could go outside the U.S. altogether and set up shop in ...

DePaul playing a role in Chicago’s bid for Amazon HQ2

DePaul playing a role in Chicago’s bid for Amazon HQ2

Benjamin Conboy

November 6, 2017


Filed under News

As Chicago keeps trying to offer more and more incentives for Amazon to make the city the home of their second headquarters, DePaul and other Chicago colleges have taken a central role in the city’s offerings. Read More »...

Amazon to open package pickup location in Lincoln Park

Amazon to open package pickup location in Lincoln Park

Rachel Fernandez

September 10, 2017


Filed under Campus News, News

This fall, Amazon will be opening a package pickup location a block from the Student Center on the corner of Sheffield and Webster, where Lincoln Park residents can pick up their online orders. Read More »...

Drone deliveries are a win-win invention

Drone deliveries are a win-win invention

Sam Schwindt

October 12, 2014


Filed under Opinions

Despite a lack of regulatory rules or governmental oversight, companies such as Google, Amazon and DHL have prepared to test the plausibility of drone deliveries. Are these our future — flying machines filling the skies? Will the newest gadget replace people? There is no status quo for automat...

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