The British are coming for the United States denim market.
The country has not had a new government since elections in March. But in the past week, its politics took on a new level of unpredictability.
Its decision to close 8,000 stores for four hours is laudable, given so few American companies have tackled race issues head on.
De Beers is getting into the lab-created diamond business with a new line of fashion jewelry and an aggressive pricing strategy.
The three-year deal is an expansion of the Saudi national oil company’s efforts to produce more natural gas to support its growing chemical industry.
President Sergio Mattarella enraged populists, who called for his impeachment, by rejecting a cabinet minister he feared would lead Italy out of the eurozone.
Led by its founder’s granddaughter, the investment giant is focusing on more mundane business lines as it also assesses its corporate culture.
In addition, Starbucks will close its stores for an afternoon of anti-bias training, and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross will head to China for trade talks.
Hundreds of thousands of home and office routers have been infected by the malware, which was created by the same group that hacked the Democratic National Committee.
The creators of the children’s television show want “The Happytime Murders,” an upcoming movie featuring puppets, to stop using the slogan “No Sesame. All Street.”