• Barred From Singing Old Songs, Taylor Swift Rallies Fans On Social Media
    Swift enlisted her considerable base of consumers in a battle against her erstwhile record label, Big Machine, and both its new and former owners.
  • Google Readying Smart Checking Accounts As Fintech Backlash Rises
    "Checking accounts could offer Google plenty of new consumer data, including how much people are paid [and] how much they spend," notes one report.
  • As Milk Market Drys Up, Dean Foods Files Chapter 11, Prepares to Sell
    Dean is talking to Kansas City-based Dairy Farmers of America, the largest dairy cooperative in the country, about a possible acquisition.
  • EU Autos Likely To Evade Tariffs, At Least For Now
    President Trump is widely expected to announce he is putting off a decision due Wednesday about whether to impose tariffs of up to 25%.
  • Apple Card Charged With Gender Discrimination
    A series of tweets by a couple of tech-savvy men accused the Apple Card's "black box algorithm" of discriminating against women.
  • The Gap Is Looking For A New CEO After Art Peck Makes A Hasty Exit
    "Peck, a former consultant, prized data over design as Gap CEO," according to the "WSJ."
  • HSS Sues Gilead Sciences Over Patents For HIV Prevention Drugs
    The filing in U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware "[escalates] a fight that has been brewing for months," according to report.
  • McDonald's New CEO, Chris Kempczinski, Faces Franchisee Disenchantment
    Kempczinski has never earned a paycheck assembling a Big Mac, which apparently impairs his credibility with franchisees.
  • Apple's $2.5B Housing Pledge Is Not A PR Slam Dunk
    The pledge was for creating affordable housing in California, where homelessness has become a political cudgel.
  • Gert Boyle, 'One Tough Mother' Who Led Columbia Sportswear, Dies At 95
    The iconic ad campaign featuring Boyle as "one tough mother" ran for more than 24 years.
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