OPEC+ oil producers face uncertainty over Russian sanctions
The Saudi-led OPEC oil cartel and allied producing countries, including Russia, are expected to decide how much oil to supply to the global economy
Released Twitter emails show how employees debated how to handle 2020 New York Post Hunter Biden story
For days, Twitter owner Elon Musk had teased a massive bombshell disclosure based on internal company documents that he claimed would reveal "what really happened" inside Twitter
Kansas on track to begin phasing out sales tax on groceries next month
Gov. Kelly also renewed her call for lawmakers to pass a bill that immediately eliminates the state sales tax on groceries, diapers and feminine hygiene products.
Biden sees economy avoiding recession, but risks remain
President Joe Biden will sign a bill Friday to avert a freight rail strike that he said could have plunged the U.S. into recession.
US hiring stays strong, complicating Fed's inflation fight
The nation’s employers kept hiring briskly in November despite high inflation and a slow-growing economy — a sign of resilience in the face of the Federal Reserve’s aggressive interest rate hikes.
Congress votes to avert rail strike amid dire warnings
The Biden administration is saying the U.S. economy would face a severe economic shock if senators don't pass legislation this week to avert a freight rail worker strike.
Mortgage rates fall for the third week in a row as inflation fears ease
By Anna Bahney, CNN Business
Kansas farmers, businesses watching Congress's efforts to prevent rail strike
Kansas farmers and businesses are keeping a close eye on Congress's efforts to prevent a rail strike.
'We lost everything': After Russian missile destroys house, Ukrainian family seeking refuge in Wichita opens online bakery
One Ukrainian family who lost everything now lives in Wichita and is hoping a new business venture will be their fresh start.
McDonald's is giving people the chance to win free food for life
For the holidays, McDonald's is giving away one free meals for life. Well, sort of.
Biden calls on Congress to head off potential rail strike
Business groups are increasing the pressure on lawmakers to intervene and block a railroad strike before next month's deadline in the stalled contract talks.
'We're gonna be very, very busy today': Wichita online retailer sees biggest day of the year with Cyber Monday
OverstockArt.com, a Wichita-based online retailer, sees its busiest days on Cyber Monday. The company expects between 300-600 orders between Black Friday and Monday.
Elon Musk claims Apple has 'threatened to withhold' Twitter from its app store
Elon Musk on Monday claimed that Apple has "threatened" to pull Twitter from its iOS app store, a move that could be devastating to the company Musk just acquired for $44 billion.
Dow tumbles 500 points but could actually end the year in the green
Most of 2022 has been pretty dismal for investors, and Monday was no exception: The Dow fell about 500 points, or 1.5%, Monday.
Topgolf's Wichita location set to open this Friday
Initially anticipated to open in March, a Topgolf representative says the Wichita location at the southeast corner of 29th Street and Greenwich Road will open December 2.
US oil prices hit lowest level in nearly a year. Gas is down 6% in a month
By Anna Cooban, CNN Business
JCPenney was once a shopping giant. Can it make a comeback?
Rosen is staking his turnaround plan on appealing to “America’s diverse working families.”
Bird flu prompts slaughter of 1.8M chickens in Nebraska
Nebraska agriculture officials say another 1.8 million chickens must be killed after bird flu was found on a farm in the latest sign that the outbreak that has already prompted the slaughter of more than 50 million birds nationwide.
Layoffs, ultimatums, and an ongoing saga over blue check marks: Elon Musk's first month at Twitter
Sunday officially marks one month since the world's richest man took the helm at Twitter. In that time, Elon Musk initiated mass layoffs and gave remaining staffers a cryptic ultimatum.
Frontier Airlines no longer has a customer service line
Customers who need flight information or want to make changes to travel plans can no longer call Frontier Airlines and speak to an agent, the company confirmed to CNN Saturday.
Musk plans to relaunch Twitter premium service, again
Elon Musk said Friday that Twitter plans to relaunch its premium service that will offer different colored check marks to accounts next week, in a fresh move to revamp the service.
Apple has a huge problem with an iPhone factory in China
A violent workers' revolt at the world's largest iPhone factory this week in central China is further scrambling Apple's strained supply.
Balenciaga apologizes for ads featuring children holding bondage bears
Luxury fashion house Balenciaga has apologized for featuring children cuddling teddy bears dressed in bondage gear in its latest advertising campaign.
Inflation hovers over shoppers seeking deals on Black Friday
Due to elevated prices for food, rent, gasoline and other essentials, many people were being more selective, reluctant to spend unless there was a big sale.
Stocks gain ground on Wall Street ahead of US holiday
Stocks were higher on Wall Street in afternoon trading Thursday, after the minutes from the Federal Reserve’s most recent policy meeting showed the central bank officials saw few signs that inflation was easing.