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PepsiCo pledged Monday it would to significantly reduce the calorie count in its beverages, amid criticism about sugary drinks.
Caterpillar Chairman and CEO Doug Oberhelman announced on Monday that he will retire in 2017.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon plans to open convenience stores, as well as drive-up pickup destinations.
Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill fell more than 3.6 percent on Tuesday after M Science noted that store checks remain weak for the burrito chain.
In order to bolster sales in the China division, which is poised to spin off on Oct. 31, Yum is turning to a trusted playbook.
Unilever is in talks to acquire Jessica Alba’s Honest Company in a deal valued at over $1 billion, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Meg Whitman tells CNBC that technology is moving at “lightning speed,” and the winning companies are going to be “nimble, fast, and focused.”
Wal-Mart is eliminating 7,000 positions in its back offices across the U.S., The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
Chipotle Mexican Grill is slated to offer two promotions during the month of September: one for college students and one for families.
Lyft told CNBC it will begin selling $20 cards at participating Starbucks next week, a move the company hopes will drive traffic to its service.
Wal-Mart’s acquisition of Jet.com was in some ways a return to basics for the world’s largest retailer.
The deal ends months of uncertainty about Yahoo after it announced plans to review strategic alternatives in February.
When the year’s most hotly anticipated tech deal went down, the biggest banks got elbowed aside by upstart competitors.
Washington regulators are scuttling deals like it’s nobody’s business. Perhaps, it isn’t.
Final bids for the company’s internet business were expected Monday, but no news came out of the company’s fiscal second-quarter earnings.