Viacom wants at least $1.2 billion for the storied publishing company, according to one source.
Wendy's launched its breakfast menu this week to a lot of fanfare and a plethora of reviews. Some were good, some not.
The obits -- with headlines like "Jack Welch Inflicted Great Damage on Corporate America" -- are notably harsh.
"Trader Joe's helped change the way Americans shop for groceries," including "novel food items from private labels."
The company "plans to place promotions on social media and other digital platforms bolstering the better-for-you motto" of plant-based burgers.
Panera CEO Niren Chaudhary says the idea is to disrupt the industry with a program unlike any other.
Given the headlines streaming across your newsfeed, is it any wonder Virgin Galactic is seeing the demand for space travel "surge"?
"Amazon hopes the grocery store will serve as a showcase for its technology as it seeks to sell its system to other businesses," says a report.
Collaboration stands out "in an industry where designers are not known for sharing the spotlight and sole aesthetic authorship is traditionally fetishized."
It's an all-stock, $13 billion, deal that its own investors are wary about.