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Supercar maker Rolls-Royce just unveiled its latest handcrafted vehicle at an event in New York City.
Amazon has now entered the online travel reservation industry. President and CEO of Choice Hotels International Steve Joyce discusses Amazon's potential impact to the industry.
Choice Hotels International, operator of brands like Comfort Inn and Econo Lodge, is coming off a solid first quarter.
Amazon is entering the travel reservation business, in a bid to take market share from established rivals such as Expedia and Priceline.
Among the new menu items the struggling burger chain is testing is kale, the leafy vegetable that's a favorite among hipsters and health-food nuts.
Warren Buffett may think otherwise, but there are plenty of Americans who like shopping at organic grocer Whole Foods Market.
Clorox is known for its bleach. But increasingly it wants a share of the lucrative salad dressing and personal care markets.
Newell Rubbermaid, known for the plastic storage bins in refrigerators, now will provide consumers with everything from pricey Graco baby car seats to Sharpie highlighters, says CEO Michael Polk.
'Our business model strength is enduring,' says McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook in a taped video. But he admits the company's 'recent performance has been poor; the numbers don't lie.'