• Eschewing Print, Viacom Will Entertain Offers For Simon & Schuster
    Viacom wants at least $1.2 billion for the storied publishing company, according to one source.
  • Wendy's Enters Quick Service Breakfast Fray With Bucks And Bluster
    Wendy's launched its breakfast menu this week to a lot of fanfare and a plethora of reviews. Some were good, some not.
  • Jack Welch, Revered and Reviled Former Leader Of GE, Dies
    The obits -- with headlines like "Jack Welch Inflicted Great Damage on Corporate America" -- are notably harsh.
  • Joe Coulombe, Stanford MBA Who Founded Quirky Trader Joe's, Dies At 89
    "Trader Joe's helped change the way Americans shop for groceries," including "novel food items from private labels."
  • Beyond Meat Plans To Push Back Against Beef Producers As Sales Triple
    The company "plans to place promotions on social media and other digital platforms bolstering the better-for-you motto" of plant-based burgers.
  • Panera Bread Offering All The Coffee You Can Drink For $8.99 A Month
    Panera CEO Niren Chaudhary says the idea is to disrupt the industry with a program unlike any other.
  • Virgin Galactic Sees Interest Rise; SpaceX Signs Deal For L.A. Facility
    Given the headlines streaming across your newsfeed, is it any wonder Virgin Galactic is seeing the demand for space travel "surge"?
  • Cashierless Amazon Go Grocery Making Its Debut In Seattle
    "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.
  • Raf Simons, Miuccia Prada To Co-Create With Equal Say At Prada
    Collaboration stands out "in an industry where designers are not known for sharing the spotlight and sole aesthetic authorship is traditionally fetishized."
  • Taking Stock Of The Changing Market, Morgan Stanley Buys E-Trade
    It's an all-stock, $13 billion, deal that its own investors are wary about.
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