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  • Reuters

    Australian supermarkets form 'task force' to tackle pallet shortage

    Australia's two largest supermarket operators have formed a "task force" to solve a shortage of delivery pallets, the No. 2 grocery chain said on Thursday, the strongest sign of the sector's exposure to supply chain problems gripping the world. Coles Group Ltd CEO Steven Cain said the company and larger rival Woolworths Group Ltd had joined industry body the Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) to address a shortage of the wooden crates, linked to a lack of raw material and extended lockdowns. Meanwhile, the cities of Sydney and Melbourne, home to 40% of Australia's 25 million people, have been in months-long lockdowns, causing freight stoppages.

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  • Chicago Tribune

    Bears say they aren’t pursuing horse racing at Arlington Park

    CHICAGO — The Chicago Bears disclosed Wednesday that they are not interested in continuing horse racing at Arlington International Racecourse, despite a report that another investor group wants to do so. The Bears entered a purchase agreement in September to buy the horse racing site in Arlington Heights for $197 million, and are continuing to evaluate various aspects of the proposal before ...