Tesla is voluntarily recalling 7,000 units of an aftermarket charging connector, after two customers reported the devices overheating.
The company's expanded deal with Turner shows its ambition to take a piece of the TV advertising budget.
Starbucks plans to open 12,000 additional stores globally in the next five years, with half of the new units in the U.S. and China.
The company already has added Reserve bars to a handful of Starbucks shops in major cities including New York.
Credit Suisse says Kellogg's U.S. cereal sales in the fourth quarter are tracking to a 2 percent year-over-year decline.
Makers of the Snuggie blanket and other products sold mainly on TV have sued Amazon.com Inc , accusing the internet retailer of trademark infringement.
U.S. and European companies are pouring money into autonomous driving, but the biggest markets for autonomous vehicles may be in Asia.
There's something worse than not getting a Hatchimal for the holidays: purchasing too many.
Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill fall more than 5 percent after the company said it's "nervous" about hitting its guidance for the year.
This is the latest doomsday headline by a publisher for retail workers.
Nike apparel is discounted by 25 percent at Dick's Sporting Goods and Kohl's, according to the Cowen's checks.
Chef'd will be selling Quaker "Overnight Oats" meals for $10 for two.
McDonald's is looking to raise up to $2 billion from the sale of its China and Hong Kong stores after it decided to keep a minority stake.
The Shake Shack founder explained that the industry saw a temporary decline in consumer interest in dining out ahead of the election.
McDonald's is slated to revamp its $4 billion coffee brand in 2017 as part of an effort to take on rivals Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts.
Volkswagen launched a new division, shifting its focus to catering for customers who prefer to pay for use rather than own a vehicle.
The average a la carte item on a kid's food menu averaged 147 percent more calories than what was recommended by nutrition experts.
Under Armour will be the provider of all on-field uniform components including jerseys, game-day outerwear and year-round training apparel.
It uses computer vision — the kind of technology that lets self-driving cars "see."
Rent the Runway, founded as an online retailer, is expanding its physical presence with its first flagship store.
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