• Jony Ive, Designer Behind Many Of Apple's Icons, Forms Own Firm
    Ives has been quietly exiting for several years Day-to-day responsibilities have been handled by Evans Hankey and Alan Dye.
  • General Mills' Pet Foods Wow, But Snack Biz Slumps
    The company delivered strong fiscal fourth-quarter earnings primarily driven by its acquisition of pet-food maker Blue Buffalo.
  • AbbVie Injects $63B To Acquire Botox Maker Allergan
    The deal will create the fourth-largest drugmaker globally.
  • Eldorado Resorts Bets $17B On The Value Of Caesars' Brands
    The combination will form the largest gambling operation in the U.S., with about 60 owned, operated and managed casino-resorts across 16 states.
  • 6 Shiny, New Toys R Us Under Wraps For Holiday Season Debut
    The locations will also have more experiences, like play areas.
  • Bipartisan House Bill Could Pull The Plug On A Lot Of Robocalls
    The bill is expected to wend its way through the full House, Senate and White House in the weeks ahead.
  • Harley Collaborating With Chinese Company To Build Smaller Bike
    "Harley wants to sell half its bikes abroad by 2027, up from 42% in 2018, as domestic Hog sales to a shrinking base of aging customers continue to decline."
  • Facebook Delivers Its Plans For Digital Currency On The Barrelhead
    With more than two dozen blue-chip and upstart partners like Visa, Uber, and Spotify already buying in, the Libra cryptocurrency project is set to launch next year.
  • Gloria Vanderbilt, Socialite Who Reshaped Blue Jeans, Dies At 95
    Vanderbilt helped shift the image of blue jeans from something worn by cowpokes and rambunctious kids into fashion fit for a night on the town.
  • 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.
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