Q2 U.S. comparable-unit sales growth of 25.9% credited to menu price increases, new crispy chicken sandwiches, and meal tied to pop group BTS.
Ad's remarkably glamour-free footage shows young women wrestling, swimming, boxing, fencing, tackling, running and recovering.
Second quarter financial results surprised many on Wall Street, with growth of 41% -- much more than the 27% forecast from investment banking firm Cowen.
People are shopping for attributes that mean more to them than brands, like food quality. Improving private-label also make brands less relevant.
What's messy? Fans have to upload a photograph of their Cheetos-dusted fingertips for early access to the Bad Bunny-themed leisurewear collection.
JC Penney says it is hooking up with Thirteen Lune, an online beauty retailer, to create a new "hyper-inclusive" JC Penney Beauty.
The trial rollout of paper bottles for Lenor, the European version of Downy fabric softener, is part of plans to cut the use of virgin plastics in half by 2030.
Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda will not attend the Olympics opening ceremony, set to take place this Friday.
Retailers focus on affordable items, some giveaways, for families wrestling with troubling financial realities.
The ads, shot in a real school, show gleeful kids giddily shaking off their drab learn-from-home outfits, urged to "get back in there."