Business

Plymouth sees big changes as two businesses plan to expand


Bristol ribbon-cutting ceremony marks 114K-square-foot business expansion


Whirlpool stock falls as Upton talks tariffs with SW Michigan business leaders


Downtown South Bend sees first new office building in more than 20 years


Best-One agrees to pay $1M in overtime back wages after Dept. of Labor investigation


Norton Packaging planning to expand in Starke Co.


Essential, nonessential employees brave the cold weather for work


US retailers hope higher pay will buy more efficient workers


Facing liquidation, Sears says it will close 80 more stores, none in Michiana


Sears files for Chapter 11 amid plunging sales, massive debt


Amazon raising minimum wage for US workers to $15 per hour


Blue Chip Casino expanding meeting, event space


Crocs to outsource manufacturing of clogs, other footwear


Elkhart companies look at robots to fill manufacturing workforce


Comcast challenges Disney with $65B bid for Fox


Argos offers new facility for manufacturing business to 'hit the ground running'


Journeyman Distillery's fate in the air over waste water issue


Big-money Elkhart pontoon manufacturer sold to Polaris


Load More Stories
 
More Weather

Most Popular

NBC News Headlines

Advocates say Florida governor's 'sanctuary bill' politically motivated

The bill prohibits local governments from enacting "sanctuary" polices that protect undocumented immigrants from deportation. Advocates point out Florida doesn't have any sanctuary cities.

Dolphins along the Gulf Coast are dying at triple the normal rate, scientists say

This spring's momentous floodwaters or the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill could be the cause.

Lonnie Bunch set to make history with top Smithsonian job

Historian Lonnie Bunch is set to take the top job at the world’s largest museum, the Smithsonian, making history as its first black secretary. The job is “a dream come true” for Bunch, the founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

More libraries hiring social workers to address homelessness, employment challenges

In places like San Francisco, where the cost of living is high and housing is limited, more and more people in need are taking refuge in libraries. Now a growing number of libraries across the country are hiring social workers to fill the need in their communities.

Family plans to sue Phoenix police for excessive force after 4-year-old took doll from store

An Arizona family now plans to sue the Phoenix Police Department for $10 million after an incident in May. After their 4-year-old daughter took a doll from a store, video shows an officer point a gun at their vehicle and putting the pregnant mother’s fiance in handcuffs.