• Amid A Glut Of Good News, Chipotle Hit By Another Food-Safety Closing
    Holy guacamole, there's a lot going on this morning at Chipotle, where, in fact, the guac will be free today - "with qualifying orders" - in commemoration of National Avocado Day.
  • MoviePass Flickers As 'Fallout' Lights Up The Weekend Box Office
    MoviePass borrowed $5 million on Friday to keep the lights on and the servers running but some are suggesting that it may be playing a game of "Mission Impossible."
  • United Natural Foods Looks To Grow With $2.9B Supervalu Acquisition
    United Natural Foods (UNFI), which is Whole Foods Market's primary supplier, is buying Supervalu Inc. for about $2.9 billion, including debt. Over time, it will sell off Supervalu's retail operation - which includes the grocery chains Shop 'n Save, Cub Foods, Hornbacher's and Shoppers - while expanding its wholesale distribution of "better for you" organic and natural products.
  • U.S. And EU Agree To Agree To Keep Talking About A Trade Agreement
    There appears to be at least a respite in the spate of escalating trade wars as the United States and the European Union announced a truce yesterday, with President Donald Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker telling the assembled press in the White House Rose Garden that they would basically do their best to work things out.
  • Critics Of Trump's Farm Aid Package Call For Expanded Markets
    A Trump administration proposal to dole out $12 billion in aid to farmers getting whacked by its escalating trade wars with the European Union, China, Canada and Mexico was met skeptically yesterday - even by congressional members of the Republican Party.
  • Nike Revamps Compensation Policy, Gives Raises To 10%
    Four months after a privately circulated survey about workplace behavior and disparity in pay became a widely covered scandal for Nike, the company is overhauling the ways it compensates people and is raising the salaries of about 7,400 of its 74,000 employees.
  • Activations Steal The Show At Comic-Con
    Comic-Con 2018 wrapped up in San Diego last night, deactivating what has become one of any year's major events both for entertainment brands and Hollywood types - MSN.com has 94 slides featuring stars from Gal Gadot to Johnny Depp.
  • Microsoft Soars In The Cloud
    With Microsoft's head in the cloud, so also is investor sentiment as the company that rose to dominance on the ubiquity of its operating systems and workplace software programs continues to transform itself into an enterprise offering computing services - servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and more - over the Internet.
  • Neeleman Has An Audacious Plan For a New U.S. Airline Called Moxy
    JetBlue founder David Neeleman is leading a group of investors that's buying 60 Airbus A220-300 airplanes with the intent of launching a new airline that's been called Moxy.
  • Meal-kit Company Chef'd Gets Burned As Financing Falls Through
    Chef'd, which had backing from Campbell Soup, Smithfield Foods and venture capitalists, has abruptly ceased operations after experiencing "some unexpected circumstances with the funding for the business," as CEO Kyle Ransford put it in a pink-slip email to his more than 350 employees in Los Angeles County and Brooklyn, N.Y., Monday.
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