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Dunkin' Donuts CEO says its sandwiches are snacks, not lunch.
Japanese newspaper Nikkei says the touchscreen watch, which includes many health features, will launch in October. MacRumors reports.
Barnes & Noble will develop a tablet with Samsung as it tries to revive its Nook digital business, which has struggled against competitors.
The move is as part of a 'Food Policy' Panera unveiled that outlines its commitment to 'clean' and 'simple' ingredients.
Amid thousands of pet illness complaints and an ongoing FDA investigation, PetSmart plans to pull the treats by March 2015.
Chipotle is asking customers not to bring guns into its stores after it says gun rights advocates recently brought military-style assault rifles into one of its restaurants.
In 1977, Suzanne Somers was one of the most famous women in Hollywood. And even then, she thought like an entrepreneur.
Ronald's not the only one getting a new look at McDonald's, which is testing seasoned fries in some locations.
Gillette hopes its FlexBall razor can boost stagnant razor sales with a nifty new swiveling feature.
The news that Wal-Mart is getting into the car insurance business begs the question: is there anything that the world's largest retailer doesn't hawk?
Citigroup analyst Oliver Chen said the accessories company's transformation could take multiple years.
Commerce along Rodeo Drive is no longer greased by oil money. Most of Beverly Hills' revenue comes from Chinese tourists.
Procter & Gamble reported a higher quarterly profit on Wednesday, helped by an increase in sales of its home care products.
Music buyers still prefer to purchase their tunes in physical format – CDs and even cassettes – rather than download them.
The London Fire Brigade has warned on the risks of e-cigarettes after one device apparently exploded and caused a fire.
If you've ever wanted to roam the beautiful greens of Augusta, this may be the year to do it.
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