• Campbell CEO Clouse Aims To Improve Marketing, 2Q Results Beat Estimates
    "Net sales rose 24% to $2.71 billion, while organic sales were flat," according to one report.
  • Senators Probe Big Pharma's Pricing; CEOs Put Blame Elsewhere
    While Big Pharma CEOs "were eager to indict a system they said is badly broken, they declined to commit to lowering their own prices," according to 'The Washington Post."
  • Reversing Itself, GE Sells BioPharma Biz To Danaher For $21.4B
    The BioPharma unit, part of GE Life Sciences, makes instruments and software that support the research and development of pharmaceuticals.
  • Microsoft's HaloLens 2 Headset Means Business
    With aspirations to change the way work gets done, Microsoft yesterday unveiled its HoloLens 2 augmented reality headset at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
  • Duke Star's Nike Basketball Shoe Disassembles On National TV
    Results of the mishap? The star freshman went to the bench, the Twitterverse erupted into a frenzy -- and Nike's stock went into a mild tumble.
  • Samsung Shows Off A Future That Includes Folding Smartphones
    Samsung previewed five smartphones including one, opening like a book, that's only a few bucks shy of retailing for a whopping $2,000, at a San Francisco event.
  • Fashionistas, Celebrities Mourn Karl Lagerfeld, Who Revived Chanel
    Known for his quirky style, Lagerfeld always seemed to have a sharp quip up his sleeves, like: "Chic is a kind of mayonnaise -- either it tastes, or it doesn't."
  • Unable To Stay Relevant And Solvent, Payless Will Close All U.S. Stores
    Payless Shoes is also closing its online operation. Its international franchises and Latin American stores will not be affected, according to a spokesperson.
  • Pummeled By Local Activists, Amazon Beats A Hasty Retreat From NYC
    A play on a famous New York "Daily News" headline from 1975 was the obvious choice for many a publication, website and Tweeter yesterday: "Amazon To City: Drop Dead."
  • Levi's Intends To Go Public Again As Its Ambition Transcends Jeans
    Levi Strauss & Co.plans to file initial public offering 34 years after the Hass family -- the descendants of the eponymous founder of the company in 1853 -- took it private,
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