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Coca-Cola's chairman Muhtar Kent, who announced Thursday he is retiring in 2019, said that he thinks we should change the story about declining soda sales.
Coca-Cola's outgoing chairman Muhtar Kent said that more volatility and more unknowns are making running a global business even tougher in an interview on CNBC's Closing Bell.
Companies across the country are seeking workers to bolster their supply chains — and these aren't just temp jobs to feed the holiday rush.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon says the retailer maintains a "healthy paranoia" to stay ahead of rivals.
Altria on Friday said it would discontinue its MarkTen and Green Smoke e-cigarettes. The company is weighing a significant minority stake in competitor, Juul, and is awaiting a decision on Philip Morris International's heated tobacco product, iOQS.
Altria Group says it has agreed to buy a 45 percent stake in leading cannabinoid company Cronos Group for about $1.8 billion, a sign of the new world in which the tobacco company must compete.
An investigation into Chinese toy factories has alleged that factories in major supply chains are mistreating their workers.
U.S. stock futures are pointing to a lower Wall Street open ahead of the Friday session, with momentum from a late Thursday rally off lows failing to carry over.
Walmart is doing its best to keep prices unaffected by the U.S.-China trade war, but if things escalate it could be a different story, CEO Doug McMillon says.
Lululemon announced during its third-quarter earnings call that it is testing a loyalty program for an annual fee of $128.
Lululemon beat top and bottom line estimates for its third quarter, but its fourth-quarter guidance disappointing, sending shares down.
Walmart will buy Art.com, adding another digital brand to its portfolio and bolstering its home decor business.
A free cheesecake promotion celebrating Cheesecake Factory's 40th anniversary turns ugly as orders and DoorDash delivery drivers flood restaurants.
Untuckit, known for shirts designed to be worn untucked, has hired investment bank Morgan Stanley to raise money in a deal it hopes will value it at more than $600 million, people familiar with the situation tell CNBC.
Sears Chairman Eddie Lampert presents his plan through a bid for the company led by his hedge fund, ESL Investments.
A day off has done nothing to improve Wall Street's mood following Monday's sharp losses, with futures indicating another slump at the Thursday open.