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Two weeks after Papa John's blamed NFL player protests for its flat sales, the company attempted a reversal. But in the current political climate, consumers aren't letting brands have it both ways.
This weekend's Barron's takes a look at how the holiday outlook has brightened for some retail chains. Other featured articles discuss a long-suffering tech giant finally showing signs of renewed life ...
A preliminary deal to sell 36 A380s to Emirates blew up in an Airbus hospitality chalet moments before the Gulf carrier was expected to shower $30 billion on the planemaker and its U.S. rival Boeing at the start of last week's Dubai Airshow. Two top Emirates officials broke the news to Airbus CEO Tom Enders and his sales chief John Leahy that the widely expected $16 billion deal would not be signed that day, leaving uncertainty over the future of the world's largest jetliner. The halt came so swiftly that Airbus PR executives who were already in place for a double-signing ceremony a hundred yards away found themselves awkwardly among the audience as Boeing walked away with the sole Emirates order, worth $15 billion.
Two of this week’s milestones in the history of technology connect three generations of hackers: MIT’s Tech Model Railroad Club; Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, Bill Gates and Paul Allen; and Mark Zuckerberg and the rest of today’s Silicon Valley.
Walmart just released some extremely positive numbers about the growth of its e-commerce operations. But they don't tell the full story.
GE isn’t the only household name I’m worried about. There is another popular dividend stock showing some very similar signs.
Certain employees of Starbucks, Apple, Bank of America, and seven other brand-name companies could be in for a surprise.
The world's biggest companies will spend tens of millions of dollars to meet new EU data protection laws by next May's deadline, according to a survey that shows the costs of meeting some of the world's ...