• Calvin Klein Hires First Woman To Lead Brand
    New creative director Veronica Leoni stands out at a time "when most of the big jobs have been given to white men," per "The New York Times."
  • Walgreens, Walmart, Target, Amazon Drop Prices
    Walmart suffered an internal system failure in March that stopped price data from flowing to the self-checkout stands, according to Bloomberg.
  • 'Super Size Me' Creator Dies From Cancer
    The film helped spur a sweeping backlash against the fast-food industry -- though only temporarily, according to "The New York Times."
  • General Motors Aims To Check Road Rage
    If you're tailgating and cussing up a storm, the system may decide your mental state isn't the best for driving and implement numerous steps to correct the situation.
  • PGA Tour Teams With X For Highlights
    "The partnership comes as other tech giants also venture into sports programming as a way to boost membership," according to Bloomberg.
  • TikTok Announces Marketing Layoffs
    The ByteDance-owned app plans to disband its global user operations team, which handles user support and user communications.
  • Tea Bags Recalled Due To Pesticide Contamination
    The U.S. Food & Drug Administration was notified by Yogi and is still investigating the recall of the more than 54,000 boxes containing nearly 900,000 bags.
  • Workers Consider Union Representation In Entertainment, Automotive, Retail
    Disneyland characters at the amusement park in Anaheim, California. voted to unionize with the Actors' Equity Association.
  • Tesla Founder Elon Musk Under Fire
    Leo Koguan, who holds more than 27 million Tesla shares and previously described himself as Musk's biggest "fan boy," now says Musk is a "tyrant CEO."
  • Uber Expands Services To Caregivers, Shuttle Riders
    "The diversification of Uber's business beyond traditional ride hailing has also helped it maintain its leadership position over rival Lyft," according to CNN Business.
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