• Kraft Heinz Shows Progress, Promises More Under New CEO
    Sales at Kraft Heinz continued to fall in the third quarter, but not as much as they had in the previous one.
  • Fed Eases Interest Rates Again, But Consumers May Not See Benefit
    Still, "despite some signs of weakness, the Fed expects growth to continue and the job market to remain strong," according to one report.
  • Popeyes Reignites Chicken Sandwich War
    Popeyes is bringing back the chicken sandwich that was so successful it sold out in August and touched off a social media brouhaha.
  • LVMH Proposes Takeover To Tiffany, Which Is Expected To Rebuff The Offer
    LVMH offered "about $14.5 billion in a deal that would expand its access to U.S. luxury shoppers, people familiar with the situation said."
  • Amazon's Investment In One-Day Shipping Proves Costly
    Sales were up 24% to nearly $70 billion for the third quarter, but the results missed Wall Street expectations.
  • Trump Branding Put On Ice At New York Skating Rinks
    The Trump Organization still runs two Central Park rinks, but the Trump name is off almost everything, including uniforms.
  • P&G Tops Expectations As It Focuses On Household Staples
    Thanks to higher prices and a revamped product line, Procter & Gamble delighted analysts yesterday with higher-than-expected sales and earnings figures.
  • Animal-Rights Activists Hail Macy's Decision To Stop Selling, Storing Fur
    Macy's, Inc. said it would stop selling furs in all of its affiliated stores, including Bloomingdale's, in early 2021.
  • Mark Hurd, Master Salesman Who Led 3 Companies, Dies At 62
    Hurd joined Oracle as president in 2010 and was named co-CEO in 2014. His career was not without controversy.
  • Juul Pulls Fruity Flavors From Its Website
    Still, "the banned flavors are not the ones teens are using most often -- the remaining flavors, mint and menthol, are," according to "Ars Technica."
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