For-Profit College Settles Over Alleged Deception In AdsState Attorney General Maura Healey had accused the Illinois-based chain of using deceptive advertising claims to attract online students.
Shoe Chain Payless Files for Bankruptcy ProtectionThey will be closing nearly 400 stores as part of the reorganization.
Pizza Chains Roll Out Month-Long Deals on 'National Pizza Day'February 9, for some unknown reason, is National Pizza Day, and pizza joints all across the U.S. are giving you plenty of reasons to celebrate.
Happier Meal? McDonald's to Nix Some Unpalatable IngredientsThe world's biggest burger chain fights to win back customers after three straight years of declining guest counts.
Walgreens' Buy Out of Rite Aid Could Mean Lower Prices EverywhereRetail analyst Burt Flickinger says the deal puts additional pressure on the big stores to keep their drug prices low.
St. Louis Updates Chaining Law To Prevent Animal AbuseRevised law prevents use of truck, tractor or hardware chains to restrain animals.

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