3M CEO quits now-defunct Trump advisory council
MINNEAPOLIS - Adding to a growing list of others, the CEO of 3M announced Wednesday he is resigning from President Donald Trump's Manufacturing Advisory Council. Inge Thulin, chairman of the board, president and CEO for 3M, said in a statement, ...
Andrew Liveris agrees with US president Donald Trump's decision to disband manufacturing council
Foot Locker: I Made A Mistake
After Foot Locker's dreadful quarterly report and less than reassuring earnings call, I closed my position. Comparable sales dropped 6% in the quarter and will remain challenged for the rest of 2017. I no longer have faith that FL can withstand the e ...
Air ball! Nobody's buying expensive sneakers
A midday rally fades as sporting goods stocks are penalized
Footwear retailers trampled as price war sparks concerns
Nestle's Poland Spring Is Common Groundwater, New Suit Alleges
Nestle SA's Poland Spring Water unit has duped American consumers into paying premium prices for ordinary ground water that's pumped from some of Maine's most populated areas, rather than from natural springs as the company advertises, according to a ...
Poland Spring bottled water is a 'colossal fraud,' lawsuit claims
Nestlé Is Sued Over Water -- WSJ
Lawsuit claims Poland Spring water isn't from a spring
French fighter jet 'tracks' Jet2 flight on route to Birmingham
A passenger on board a plane flying from Spain to Birmingham has told of the "terrifying" moment holidaymakers realised their aircraft was being shadowed by a French fighter jet. The Jet2 plane, travelling to the UK from Malaga, was joined in the skies ...
Jet2 asks French why flight was apparently tracked
French fighter jet shadows British passenger plane
Los Angeles Times
China to limit overseas investments in real estate, sports
Los Angeles Times
China's government is moving to curb domestic companies' investments abroad in property, sports, entertainment and other fields, following a series of high-profile, multibillion-dollar acquisitions by Chinese firms. A document released Friday by the ...
No gambling, sex please: China widens crackdown on overseas deals
China puts new restrictions on its companies' foreign spending sprees
Firms in China again draw warning over debt abroad
Why Purpose Is Paramount To Business and Branding Success: A Walmart Case Study
I write about social media and marketing. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. In today's world, consumers are more informed about engaged with the brands they buy from. This demand for purposeful business is mobilizing companies to ...
Wal-Mart has an idea for a floating warehouse that could make deliveries via drones
Wal-Mart Applies for Patent for Blimp-Style Floating Warehouse
Walmart vs. Amazon: Who is chasing who — you might be surprised
New York's subway delays and disruptions are becoming more regular — here's why
New York's subway system has been under closer scrutiny as disruptions pile up during what many are calling the "summer of hell." It's hard to go a day without seeing a new complaint about the ailing system on social media. But the frequency of ...
NY subway tiles with Confederate flag look to be altered
NYC subway tiles to be altered over Confederate flag concern
Confederate-like designs to be removed from NYC subway wall
Class-action lawsuit about free-cruise calls could net you $900
Cruise lines to go ahead with Barcelona calls in wake of terror attack
Royal Caribbean schedules dry dock for Allure of the Seas to fix propulsion problem
This Robocall Lawsuit Means That You Can Receive Up To $900
National parks put a ban on bottled water to ease pollution. Trump just sided with the lobby that fought it.
The Trump administration has ended a six-year-old ban on selling bottled water at some national parks that was aimed at easing plastic pollution and the huge amount of waste being recycled. In a statement that closely tracked the arguments of a ...
Trump cancels an Obama-era ban on the sale of disposable plastic water bottles at National Parks
NPS Action Provides Park Visitors Better Access To Safe, Healthy Water
Bottled Water Is Back on Sale Again at National Parks
After Sikka's dramatic exit, Infosys faces recruitment headache
MUMBAI/BENGALURU (Reuters) - The dramatic departure of Vishal Sikka as chief executive of Infosys, following a months-long public battle with the tech giant's founders, has left the company with another messy problem: how to find someone willing to ...
Infosys Offers to Buy Back $2 Billion of Shares as CEO Quits
Infosys: Founder's Actions Damaging Company; Board Approves $2 Bln Share Buyback
Vishal Sikka's Exit From Infosys Unfortunate But Not Unexpected: Experts