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The total number of Tesla cars on the road will grow by about 100 times through the year 2040.
Disney has been monitoring sales and consumer feedback as it prepares to revamp its 340-store chain, the NY Times reports.
Porsche may be known for powerful cars, but these days it wants to be known for cars with even more powerful electric motors. The Verge reports.
Toyota is the latest automaker to choose the southern United States as the place to build key components for a green vehicle.
The last thing the emirate needs is more high-end hotels, according to the CEO of Dubai's investment development agency.
Chief Merchandising and Customer Officer Michelle Gass will become CEO next year, Kohl's says.
Walt Disney is testing the first major redesign of its retail stores in seven years.
Hurricane Harvey weighed heavily on Darden during its fiscal first quarter, causing same-store sales to fall short of expectations.
A future cup of coffee in California could give you jitters before you even take a sip.
Jim Cramer drills into the rally in oil stocks and his thoughts on potential M&A.
Procter & Gamble's Gillette unit sued the maker of Schick razors for the second time in 13 months.
Jim Cramer tracks the market's shift away from top technology stocks and into names like General Motors, Verizon and TJX Companies.
Kroger has launched a new website, aimed at luring more local brands to sell within its supermarket stores.
Augmented Reality, or AR, can enable never-before-seen ways to engage customers.
Despite backlash from customers, Chipotle Mexican Grill is standing behind its queso — and that could be a big mistake.
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