Friday’s business headlines

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Here’s a look at Friday’s business headlines.

Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo plans to cut up to 26,000 jobs over three years.

That’s five to 10 percent of its total workforce.

The banks says it’s trying to cut costs and adapt to customers who are using more digital options.


Kohl’s is hiring 90,000 workers for the holidays.

They need to fill positions at 1,100 stories, nine distribution centers, five e-commerce fulfillment centers and credit centers nationwide.

Workers will also get a 35 percent discount at Kohl’s.

Kohl’s also says they will hold a hiring day at select stories on Saturday, Oct. 20, candidates can apply on their website. 


The Wall Street Journal reports that internal emails at Google show that employees talked about but never implemented ways to counter President Trump’s travel ban.

The emails show they considered tinkering with the algorithm on searches that had words such as Islam, Mexico, Hispanic, and Iran so that search results would tilt against the ban.

Cargill beef

Cargill is recalling 132,000 pounds of beef, possibly due to E-coli.

The USDA says it made the E-coli discovery after one person died and 17 got sick.

All of the meat was produced and packaged on June 21 2018 and affected products can be found on the USDA website.