• OxyContin Marketer Purdue Files Chapter 11
    Bankruptcy raises stakes "on legal sparring over how much of the personal fortunes of the billionaire Sackler family, which owns Purdue, will be available to compensate plaintiffs."
  • Old Navy Plans To Launch 800 Ships On Retail's Rough Waters
    Old Navy, which has outperformed its sister brands Gap and Banana Republic, said it plans to open stores mostly in smaller, underserved markets.
  • GameStop Is 'De-Densifying' As It Launches New Strategy
    Retail chain that peddles hardcopy video games says it will shutter 180 to 200 "under-performing" locations and transform itself into a "social and cultural hub" for gamers.
  • Apple Shifts The Direction Of Its Pricing
    Apple revealed its cheapest new iPhone ever, and a lower-priced Apple smartwatch, along with $4.99 a month fees for the new Apple TV+streaming service.
  • FDA Tells Juul Its Marketing Claims Violate Regulations
    Witnesses testified that Juul advertising saturated social-media channels frequented by underage teens.
  • 'It: Chapter Two' Scores Big With Marketers
    A large cast of marketing partners -- including Carl's Jr, AT&T, and Shell -- support an experiential marketing project for the film.
  • NYC Slams T-Mobile Metro's Sales Tactics In Multipronged Lawsuit
    Complaint alleges overcharging, "selling used phones as new ones, [and] enrolling victims in costly financing plans without their permission."
  • With Kate Spade Faltering, Tapestry Gives CEO Reins To Chairman Zeitlin
    "We have a ton of confidence in Tapestry's brands and the strategy, but we have had a few slips in strategic intent and operational delivery," says Zeitlin.
  • Lego Likes What It's Building
    Profits may be down, but Lego's plans to rebuild for the future are taking shape, with global sales rising and expansion in China and elsewhere taking hold.
  • Boeing's 737 MAX Hits More PR Turbulence As Airlines Delay Its Return
    The delay means it's likely planes will not be back flying passengers in North America during the Christmas holidays, as Boeing and some U.S. carriers have publicly projected.
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