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It seems that Amazon's new meal kits are already on sale — at least, in select locations.
The FBI issued an unprecedented warning to parents about the dangers of internet-capable toys.
Pizza Hut said Tuesday that it will hire around 14,000 delivery drivers by the end of 2017, or about 3,000 a month.
Alibaba Group introduced three new Hema supermarkets where consumers can shop and eat in-store or order for online delivery.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on callers' favorite stocks at lightning speed, including one popular coupon company.
Potato chips and signature sauces may not be enough to lure investors to Bobby Flay's burger IPO.
At least five directors recently left the Hampton Creek board, leaving just co-founder and CEO Josh Tetrick, Bloomberg reported.
Concerns about the environment have parents and kids looking for eco-friendly clothing and supplies —but price still rules.
Chick-fil-A is testing out 4-person meals that include one entree, two sides and eight mini rolls for $29.99 in three of its locations.
The retail sector's problems are expected to have severe impact on the United States' labor market, Financial Times reports.
Former Gillette employees, according to Nelson Peltz, say P&G should have come up with a strategy to beat Dollar Shave Club and Harry's.
Dwindling foot traffic across American malls has been dragging down many department stores, including Sears.
Blue Apron is likely to struggle after Amazon enters the meal-kit delivery market, Jim Cramer says.
Blue Apron shares hit an all-time intraday low of $6.51 a share, according to FactSet.
Bobby Flay plans to offer up shares of his fast-casual restaurant, Bobby's Burger Palace.
According to Amazon's trademark application, this service will offer "prepared food kits ... ready for cooking and assembly as a meal."
New York became the largest U.S. city to require fast-food restaurants to schedule workers at least two weeks in advance, or pay them extra.
Whirlpool is a bargain at $192 a share and could jump as much as 35 percent to $260 a share in the next year, according to a fund manager.
H&M, the world's second-biggest fashion retailer, has seen its sales growth stall amid tougher competition.
Subway revealed Monday that it will be ditching the rustic brick and subway car design that has long been associated with its chains.
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