• Target's Tech Travails: Processing Payments Again After 2 Cash Register Issues
    Both incidents were the result of tech issues -- the first of its own making, the second at vendor NCR -- Target says, stating that neither compromised customers' data.
  • Tyson Beefs Up Its Plant-Based Proteins With Raised & Rooted Brand
    The company's new brand will include imitation chicken nuggets, debuting over the summer, and a blended burger made with Angus beef and pea protein.
  • Walmart Moving Its Jet.com Teams To Bentonville -- But Site Glides On
    Jet.com will continue to fly as an ecommerce presence that will be "hyper-focused" on large cities where Walmart has few or no stores.
  • Amazon Canceling Its Restaurant Delivery Service In The U.S.
    Amazon Restaurants launched in Seattle in 2015 and subsequently expanded to more than 20 metro areas.
  • Salesforce Buying Big Data Visualizer Tableau For More Than $15B
    "The price tag is about 13 times Tableau's revenue, ranking it among the most expensive software deals recently, according to data compiled by Bloomberg."
  • A Power No More, The Four Seasons Restaurant Is Fading Away
    Formerly part of the power scene for New York's business elite, restaurant will be closing after lunch tomorrow, less than a year after it reopened in a new location.
  • Fearing 'Instability,' Automakers Urge National Compromise On Emissions
    A new policy could mean that California and 13 other states will continue to enforce their own, stricter rules -- in effect, splitting the United States auto market in two.
  • Fiat Chrysler's Game-Changing Proposal To Renault Hits The Skids
    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles withdrew its $40 billion proposal to merge with Renault, reportedly because of the French government's indecision about the deal-in-the-making.
  • R.I.P., iTunes: We Knew Thee Well, Before You Got So Darn Complicated
    Observers remembered both its promising youth as well as the many unendearing traits it developed on the path to its demise.
  • FTD Is Breaking Up The Bouquet As It Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
    The company is selling off its businesses one by one, including ProFlowers to Nexus Capital for $95 million
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