A news summary, with a special focus on big Louisville employers; updated 1:10 p.m.
HUMANA is dropping individual insurance products in at least four states (Business First).
KROGER is dropping a controversial plan to change the way alcohol companies get their products onto its store shelves (Business Courier).
PIZZA HUT: Reviewers taste-tested the new bacon- and cheese-stuffed crust. The verdict: mixed, with the biggest complaint being it was “too greasy and heavy” (BusinessInsider).
TACO BELL and Snapchat teamed up for a special Cinco de Mayo promotion yesterday (AdWeek).
In other news, U.S. stocks slipped on a weaker-than-expected monthly jobs report (Reuters and Google Finance). Among big local employers, Kindred fell the most, recently trading for $13.11, down 2.5%.