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Monday’s business headilnes

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Here’s a look at Monday’s business headlines with Jane King.

Justice Department joins Southwest Airlines probe

The U.S. Justice Department is joining a federal probe into Southwest Airlines’ December struggles that led to thousands of passengers being stranded at airports nationwide.

The Department of Transportation said it is conducting a “rigorous and comprehensive investigation” into whether Southwest unrealistically scheduled flights during the holidays.

Bed Bath & Beyond files for bankruptcy

Struggling retailer Bed Bath & Beyond filed for bankruptcy Sunday.

The chain anticipates closing all of its stores as well as the Buy Buy Baby stores it also owns.

Customers will have through Tuesday to use their remaining 20% off coupons at stores.

Tech giants to report quarterly earnings this week

The week ahead will provide investors with more data on how some of the biggest players in corporate America started the year. Tech giants including Amazon, Microsoft, Alphabet, and Meta are set to report quarterly results.

Apple working on health-led journaling app

Apple is reportedly working on a health-led journaling app.

The app could act as a life tracker of sorts, analyzing what your typical day is like, where you go, who you interact with, and when you differentiate from a standard routine.

Report: Business travel will never return to normal

A new report by research company Morning Consult says business travel will never return to levels seen before the coronavirus pandemic.

Tighter corporate budgets and new ways of virtual working have permanently changed business travel, the study found, and business travelers are now younger and more likely to fly in economy class.