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Sears has formed a REIT and finalized another deal to raise about $2.6 billion in cash. But the company still remains in serious long-term peril.
Wal-Mart is in the midst of a serious overhaul in the U.S. that won't start bearing tangible fruit until 2016. But when these initiatives begin to pay off, look out!
Turning around fast-food giant McDonald's will take much more than just attracting better workers and introducing all-day breakfast.
Investors need to brace for one abnormally volatile earnings season in which down is up and up is down.
The retailer's relatively new U.S. CEO identified several major challenges, from enhancing the store layout and design to reducing prices even further.
Food is becoming increasingly important to coffee giant Starbucks. On Tuesday, the company introduced two new wraps, and may have more food on the way.
McDonald's will be testing all-day breakfast in one location next month, but the chain should also consider a couple of other moves to revive flagging sales.
Heineken has launched an aggressive marketing program for its reformulated light beer as it takes aim at Budweiser's Michelob Ultra brand.
Beer giant Heineken really wants people to try its reformulated light beer. So much so that it’s willing to give it away for free.
Finish Line finished a challenging year on a solid note. Its CEO explains why better times may be ahead in 2015.