Fixing its Kashi brand, says the CEO, is key to bulking up sales in the fast-growing natural and organic food aisles, part of a broader push to revive the 109-year old firm.
Three of the largest U.S. auto makers beat a quirk in the calendar by posting better-than-expected August sales, underscoring the continuing strength of the car consumer.
As women make strides in the workplace and men shoulder more caregiving duties at home, few fathers have workplace flexibility figured out.
Whirlpool has approached AGA Rangemaster, the iconic British maker of cast-iron ovens, over a possible cash bid, turning up the heat on Middleby Corp. which agreed in July to buy AGA for $198 million.
Problems at two Canadian oil-sands producers’ mainstay operations boosted synthetic crude prices—and experts say a prolonged dip in production could alter the volume of crude exports to the U.S.
U.S. manufacturing activity expanded at its slowest pace in more than two years, a sign global turmoil and a strong dollar could be limiting factories.
Fengdu on the Yangtze River is one of hundreds of smaller Chinese cities still bursting with consumer vitality. It’s if these striving cities lose momentum that China is in danger of failing, writes Andrew Browne.
California lawmakers gave final approval to legislation that seeks to ensure equal compensation for women in the workplace by prohibiting employers from paying differing wages to employees who do “substantially similar work.”
Evidence is increasing that China’s economic slowdown is rippling across Asia, with a startling plunge in South Korean exports and softening manufacturing in Malaysia and Vietnam.
Cartons of Blue Bell ice cream began reappearing in grocery stores in cities Monday, a major step after the ice-cream maker yanked all its products following a deadly listeria outbreak and faced a financial crisis.
Canada’s Valeant Pharmaceuticals has struck a deal with AstraZeneca of the U.K. to develop and sell psoriasis treatment brodalumab.
Dollar Tree swung to a loss in its latest quarter, though sales jumped, as the discount retailer integrates its recently-acquired rival.
South Korea said exports posted their sharpest fall in six years in August as shipments slumped to China.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is expecting twin girls and plans to take “limited time away,” she announced.
German pharmaceuticals group Bayer has moved a step closer to floating its $12.38 billion specialty chemicals business by legally and economically separating the unit, now named Covestro.
Order expected to exacerbate an estimated 30% excess capacity in shipping route between Asia and Europe.