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Starbucks is adding a new sweetener option and expanding a partnership with the baker of bite-size, cream-cheese stuffed bagels. Bantam Bagels, created by a popular New York bagel shop of the same name, will be available at more than 7,000 Starbucks locations. The tiny bagels first rolled out to some 500 locations in 2015.."/>
See what Starbucks is adding to its menu: Tiny bagels and a new sweetener [The Orange County Register]
El Pollo Loco: With the fast-food chicken segment on a hot streak, Costa Mesa-based El Pollo Loco has expanded its menu with a popular item: chicken tenders."/>
Retail-restaurant roundup: El Pollo Loco adds fried tenders; Dunkin' to offer ice cream doughnut [The Orange County Register]
ITT Educational Services today announced it is ceasing classroom operations at its technical institutes in 39 states, including two campuses in the Pittsburgh area. The decision to suspend classroom activities affects more than 130 ITT Technical Institutes. The firm is one of the nation's largest for-profit educational companies, employing more than 8,000.."/>
For-profit education company to close ITT Technical Institutes [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, is slated to open later this fall."/>
BRIEF: Oregon's Black Rock Coffee Bar to open in Meridian, Boise [The Idaho Statesman]
New stores, new looks at Vintage Faire Mall [The Modesto Bee]
Navistar has been one of the most well-known manufacturing companies in the country, from its earlier years in agricultural products to today with its truck manufacturing ranging from school buses to military trucks. Its Springfield plant has played a large role in the company and currently employs more than 1,500 people. The truckmaker has now formed a partnership with Volkswagen."/>
Navistar-VW deal: 5 little-known facts about Navistar [Springfield News-Sun, Ohio]
ITT Tech closes all campuses [South Bend Tribune, Ind.]
Chipotle Mexican Grill will open a restaurant at 687 Blue Lakes Blvd. N. in the first quarter of 2017.. A company spokeswoman said each restaurant typically employs between 25 and 30 people."/>
BRIEF: Chipotle Mexican Grill coming to Twin Falls [The Times-News, Twin Falls, Idaho]
LGI Homes, Inc. today announced 383 homes closed in August 2016, up from 320 home closings in August 2015, representing year-over-year growth of 19.7%. The Company ended the first eight months of 2016 with 2,661 home closings, a 23.5% increase over 2,155 home closings during the first eight months of 2015.. As of the end of August 2016, the Company had 59 active selling communities."/>
LGI Homes, Inc. Reports August 2016 Home Closings
Experian Automotive. The total balance of all outstanding auto loans reached $1.027 trillion between April 1 and June 30, the second consecutive quarter that it surpassed the $1- trillion mark. More consumers also are turning to leases, which..."/>
Car buyers borrowing more than ever with loans topping $1 trillion [Detroit Free Press]
ITT Educational Services Inc., the Indiana-based parent company, said a recent federal ruling triggered its..."/>
ITT Tech closes KC, Overland Park and other campuses, idling 8,000 [The Kansas City Star]
Apple slips up and now this: Amazon is already selling iPhone 7 cases from retailers ahead of Apple's product event, where the next iPhone will be announced on Wednesday. In one of many listings on Amazon for an iPhone 7 case, preview images show dual-lens cameras and-- clear as day-- no space for the standard headphone jack to be plugged in. Those were two pretty big rumored changes about the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus early on."/>
Amazon is already selling iPhone 7 cases without headphone jacks [The Kansas City Star]
Tesoro Corp., a San Antonio, Texas independent petroleum refiner. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed, but Virent will stay in Madison, and its jobs will stay here, CEO Lee Edwards said. He called the agreement "a critical milestone" for Virent and its BioForming technology."/>
Texas oil refiner Tesoro to buy Madison renewable fuels developer Virent [The Wisconsin State Journal]
D.R. Horton, Inc. has acquired US-based homebuilder Wilson Parker Homes, for USD 90 m in cash, the company said on Tuesday. Wilson Parker operates in Atlanta and Augusta, Georgia; Raleigh, North Carolina; Columbia, South Carolina and Phoenix, Arizona."/>
D.R. Horton Acquires Homebuilder Wilson Parker Homes for USD 90m in Cash
Facebook that she was hiking along Mt."/>
UFC fighter Miesha Tate carried a 6-year-old girl with a broken arm down a mountain [The Hour, Norwalk, Conn.]
Group 1 Automotive, Inc., an international, Fortune 500 automotive retailer, today announced that senior management will present in New York City at the following events:. Goldman Sachs' 23 rd Annual Global Retailing Conference Details Location: The Plaza Hotel, New York Presentation Time and Date: 8:50 a.m. Eastern Time on Thursday, September 8, 2016 CL King's 14 th Annual Best Ideas Conference Details Location: Omni Berkshire Place Hotel, New York..."/>
Group 1 Automotive to Present at Investor Conferences in New York City

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