Monday, July 16, 2018

Ikea is postponing its first store opening in India over quality concerns

Ikea is taking longer than expected to get its first store in India ready for customers. ...

These ride-hailing startups want to run your life

Ride-hailing startups in emerging markets are driving into new territory. Companies like Grab and GoJek in...

JPMorgan Chase posts $8.3 billion profit thanks to 'healthy' US consumers

JPMorgan Chase continues to benefit from a US economy that's still humming along. The giant bank...

How do you rebrand Papa John's when the problem is Papa John?

John Schnatter is Papa John. He's tied to Papa John's advertising as cheese is to pizza, but...

Nike's digital reboot is working

Nike has hit its stride a year after making major changes to how it sells you shoes...

Papa John's was already losing the pizza wars

Papa John's still has a pizza problem. John Schnatter, the founder and public face of the...

Is the binge over for Netflix stock?

Forget "Orange is the New Black." Some Wall Street analysts think red may be the new green...

Stitch Fix wants a piece of the kids' clothing market

Stitch Fix wants to dress your kids. After mastering the digital clothing model for adults, Stitch...

Oprah expands her food empire

Oprah Winfrey is cooking up something new. Winfrey's latest investment is in True Food Kitchen, a...

Trade war? Here's what investors should really be worried about

Stocks slumped Wednesday because investors were worried about new tariffs imposed on China by the United States....
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Sir Martin Sorrell leaves WPP in a sorry state

DURING his spectacular rise from London beancounter to the globe-trotting boss of WPP, the advertising powerhouse he created out of a backstreet wire-basket...

Catching the bitcoin bug