• Forever 21 Files For Bankruptcy Protection In Effort To 'Simplify Things'
    Company will close as many as 178 stores in the U.S. and shut down most in Asia and Europe, but will remain in Mexico and Latin America.
  • McDonald's Teaming Up With Beyond Meat For Plant-Based Burger Test
    Called the P.L.T. (plant, lettuce, tomato), it will be available at 28 restaurants in Ontario, Canada, starting Sept. 30, for 12 weeks.
  • Inspire Continues To Gobble Up Eateries With Purchase Of Jimmy John's
    When the deal closes, Inspire will be the fourth largest restaurant company in the U.S., with $14 billion in annual sales from 11,200+ restaurants in 16 countries.
  • Nike Notches Victories In China, With Women And D2C
    "We stayed intensely focused on the apparel classifications that matter the most to the female athlete; bras and tights," said Nike CEO.
  • Apple Will Keep Mac Pro Manufacturing In Austin After Tariff Relief
    Apple had previously announced it planned to move Mac Pro manufacturing to China.
  • Thomas Cook's Long Odyssey Comes To Abrupt End, Stranding Thousands
    The company, which had been booking itineraries and transporting voyagers since 1848, was crippled by debt, online competition and a changing travel market.
  • Citing Crowded Market, Colt Suspends Sale Of AR-15 Rifles To Consumers
    Colt made clear it was responding to an oversaturated market for AR-15s and will continue to expand its dealer network and its lines of revolvers and 1911 pistols.
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Will Keep Complaint Database Public
    The bureau will also "release data visualization and analysis tools to help people interpret the data in context," according to report.
  • Stuffed Cheez-It Pizza Delivers Answer To 'What Will They Think Of Next?'
    Pizza Hut's new item looks like a giant Cheez-It, though stuffed with mozzarella cheese or pepperoni, with a side of marinara sauce for dipping,
  • WeWork Delays Road Show, Says IPO Will Be Completed By Year's End
    "WeWork has become an extreme example of the excesses afforded to technology entrepreneurs in the era of unicorns," says one report.
« Previous Entries