IHOP: Fake name change to IHOb to boost burger business was risk worth taking
USA TODAY, 19 July at 15:05
With IHOP's second quarter earnings report coming up on Aug. 1, the exact monetary success of this campaign remains a mystery. Loading… Post to Facebook. IHOP: Fake name change to IHOb to boost burger business was risk worth taking With IHOP's ...
Automakers' Reinvention At Risk As Trump's Tariffs Threaten Their Core Business
Forbes, 19 July at 14:51
As automakers try to reinvent themselves for an era of electric, connected, self-driving cars, the meat and potatoes of their core business are facing catastrophic upheaval from the Trump administration's widening trade war. Hearings began Thursday in ...
Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: TRV, IBM, AXP, QCOM, EBAY & more
CNBC, 19 July at 14:47
Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Travelers – The insurance company posted quarterly profit of $1.81 per share, well below the consensus estimate of $2.42 a share. Revenue was above forecasts, but the results were heavily impact ...
Global Stocks Drift Lower as US Considers More Tariffs
U.S. News & World Report, 19 July at 14:29
Global stock markets are drifting lower as the U.S. holds a hearing on new tariffs on autos and auto parts. July 19, 2018, at 7:29 a.m.. More. U.S. News & World Report. Global Stocks Drift Lower as US Considers More Tariffs. More. A bank employee
The FDA may soon enforce whether non-dairy products can be called “milk”
Mic, 19 July at 14:16
“An almond doesn't lactate,” Food and Drug Administration commissioner Scott Gottlieb said at the Politico Pro Summit on Tuesday. If the FDA decides to enforce current regulations on milk labels, you might have to start looking for your almond milk
Why Is the FDA Cracking down on Almond Milk and Other Non-dairy Products?
Newsweek, 19 July at 13:40
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is set to crack down on non-dairy products that are marketed as milk. The agency will publish new guidance on what can be described as milk, FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb said on Tuesday. He told the audience ...
Auto Tariffs, Musk Donations, Wendy's and Papa John's: CEO Daily for July 19, 2018
Fortune, 19 July at 13:26
Alfred Lin of Sequoia Capital, on why he invested in Tony Xu's DoorDash food delivery: “We have a thesis at Sequoia that good investing addresses one of the seven deadly sins. Tony addressed two of them: sloth and gluttony.” Tony Xu on why the world ...
IBM, Microsoft, Papa John's and UnitedHealth - 5 Things You Must Know
TheStreet.com, 19 July at 12:41
Here are five things you must know for Thursday, July 19: 1. -- Stocks Lower on Trade War Worries. U.S. stock futures pointed lower on Thursday, July 19, and global shares traded mostly to the downside as trade war concerns held down gains. Data from ...
Restaurant mocks teenager for paying for meal with coins
Yahoo News, 19 July at 12:39
A restaurant has faced backlash after mocking a teenager for paying for a meal with coins. Beer 88, in the US state of Virginia, wrote on Facebook on Monday: “How not to pay at a restaurant,” and included a picture of a pile of change. It added, “(be
Elon Musk asked eco group chief to help defend him on Twitter
CNET, 19 July at 12:19
When Elon Musk made donations to Republicans, disapproval flooded in on Twitter. So he turned to the head of environmental group Sierra Club for help. Musk had called Sierra Club's executive director Michael Brune and asked him to deanonymise the ...
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