INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at Monday’s business headlines.
Simon’s deal to buy Taubman is still on.
The two mall owners reached a deal Sunday night on the merger but at a much lower price, an $800 million cut.
Simon and Taubman were to go to court Monday to settle legal matters that were part of its breakup.
Simon and Taubman had a deal before the pandemic threw a wrench into those plans.
Ag bankers in the Midwest reported the largest year-over-year increase in agricultural land values, 2% since 2014.
The Chicago Federal Reserve says Indiana and Wisconsin led the way with year-over-year jumps in their farmland values of 6% and 3% respectively.
The Kansas City Federal Reserve said values increased in all Plain states except Nebraska.
Tyson Foods is using infection-tracking algorithms and ongoing employee testing to shield workers.
The biggest U.S. meatpacker is trying to protect itself and workers from a fresh surge in coronavirus cases and keep grocery stores stocked.
The Wall Street Journal reports meat companies began issuing masks, checking employees’ temperatures and installing dividers between processing-line work stations. Since the spring, infections among workers have eased and meat production has rebounded.
To help families stay connected at a time when it’s not safe to travel, Zoom is lifting its usual 40-minute limit on free video chats for Thanksgiving.
Starting at midnight on Nov. 26 through to 6 a.m. on Nov. 27, you and your family will be able to talk over the app for as long as you want.