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Don Meij, CEO of Domino's Pizza, says the addition of 1,000 stores over the next 5 years will propel future profit growth and outlines why the firm will be the number one pizza chain by sales in Japan this year.
Harry Wilson, a man who helped save and reshape General Motors, says the automaker has not done a good job delivering for investors.
Longstanding advice about avoiding cholesterol for heart health may be on the way out.
The Guardian announced on Tuesday that it hired Chelsea Manning, a self-proclaimed U.S. whistleblower, as a contributing opinion writer.
This is the first time such a racy movie has inspired branded merchandise, from the NC-17 variety to the PG.
Urban Outfitters has been asked to remove clothes "eerily reminiscent" of uniforms gay, male prisoners wore during the Holocaust, USAToday reports.
Some New York City museums are banning selfie sticks, as museum spokespeople say they pose threats to art and other visitors.
Consumer demand could spur the auto industry to devise ways to protect against potentially deadly car hackings, Sen. Ed Markey tells CNBC.
Despite a drop in gasoline prices overall, people who prefer premium gas are still paying full price at the pump.
Stylinity users earn rewards points for uploading images to the app, or for shopping another user's look.
Hannah Davis said Tuesday she did not understand why people were so outraged by her cover photo.
States are trying to lure California's dairies away with the promise of ample water, a stable feed supply and abundant land.
A new report by Sen. Edward Markey (D-Mass.) says almost all cars on the market that include wireless technology are susceptible to attack.
HP has found that some smart home security technology failed even the most basic password practices. NBC News reports.
Twitter's current growth may not be that impressive but it has a ton of potential, says this ex-Google exec. Here's why.
Some Staples managers have threatened to fire part-time workers if they spend 25 hours per week on the job, which some believe is linked to Obamacare.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why Coca-Cola is on the right track after its latest earnings report.
Passengers on JetBlue flights can now buy food, beverages and amenities with from crew's iPad Minis, USAToday reports.
For a measly $144, PYT, a Philadelphia-based burger chain is offering 365 days’ worth of burgers and fries at two of its branches.
Robert Safian, Fast Company editor, reveals its top picks for the world's most innovative companies.