• McDonald's Signals Turn In Delivery With DoorDash Deal In Houston
    Likely to expand nationally later this year, the deal dashes expectations of Uber Eats, delivery provider for more than 9,000 McDonald's since 2017.
  • LVMH, Stella McCartney Sailing Together In A Sea Of Green
    The activist designer will serve as special advisor on sustainability to LVMH, which is also taking a minority position in Stella McCartney House.
  • Barneys Looks For Ways To Pay The Rent, 'Strengthen' Bottom Line
    The retailer "has not yet made a final decision on whether or not to seek bankruptcy protection, and is weighing other possible solutions for addressing high rents."
  • Ford, VW Expanding Alliance With Focus On Autonomous Vehicles
    "Volkswagen AG has agreed to invest around $2.6 billion in Ford MotorCo.'s autonomous-vehicle partner, Argo AI, in a deal that values the startup at $7 billion," says report.
  • Fed Chair Powell Says Facebook's Digital Currency Raises Serious Concerns
    Concerns about Facebook's proposed digital currency, Libra, include issues of "privacy, money laundering, consumer protection and financial stability."
  • Pepsi Is 'Bubly' About Its New Products As Old Timers Also Gain
    Company reported profit and revenue gains for its second quarter 2019, ending June 15, that beat Wall Street estimates -- thanks, in part, to price hikes.
  • Kohl's Will Pack, Label And Return Amazon Merchandise At All Stores
    According to Kohl's, nationwide rollout of Amazon Returns program "is our single biggest initiative of the year."
  • Battered Deutsche Bank Retrenches, Slashing 18,000 Jobs
    The bank is also dropping its stock-trading business, "effectively abandoning any hope of playing in the same league" as big U.S. investment banks on the global stage.
  • Tesla Delivers On Musk's Hints Of Record-Setting Quarter
    "Tesla benefited from a full quarter of selling the Model 3, its most affordable car, in Europe and China," according to one report.
  • Coty, Which Has Been Aging Ungracefully, Has A Turnaround Plan
    Coty, which purchased 43 Procter & Gamble beauty brands for $12.5 billion in 2015, laid out a four-year restructuring plan.
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