Are Your Sheets 'Egyptian Cotton'?

Related Link: 

Wal-Mart Stores, Target and other big U.S. retailers have become entangled in a controversy over whether one of India’s biggest textile companies has been supplying their stores with phony “Egyptian cotton” sheets.

General Mills Grooms Jeff Harmening as Next CEO

Related Link: 

General Mills is grooming Jeff Harmening as its next chief executive, putting an unflappable Midwesterner who bet on healthy foods in line to run a food giant that is struggling with an industrywide shift toward nutritious products.

HP Reports Lower Earnings, Revenue

Related Link: 

HP’s revenue and earnings shrank in the most recent quarter, but the company showed signs of stabilizing the personal-computer business, its largest revenue source.

Hong Kong No Longer Top Market for Luxury Watches

Related Link: 

The U.S. is now the biggest market for luxury watches after sales in Hong Kong were hurt by a strong local currency and by China’s crackdown on gifting by party officials.

Do You Really, Truly Hate Your Office Printer? There's a Bat for That

Related Link: 

Thanks to the cult movie “Office Space,” workers have taken to destroying the balky machines in a ritual act of catharsis.

Backlash Against Trade Worries Businesses in Pence's State

Related Link: 

The political backlash against trade is jolting businesses in Indiana, a big manufacturing state that once saw its governor, Republican vice-presidential nominee Mike Pence, as their ally.

Duke University Makes Claim on Estate of Aubrey McClendon

Related Link: 

Duke University made a claim on the estate of oil magnate Aubrey McClendon, saying the Chesapeake Energy co-founder died before he could make good on roughly $10 million of pledges.

Trackers Help Prevent Lost-Luggage Nightmare

Related Link: 

While Delta and other airlines improve how they track luggage, new products like Trakdot, LugLoc and the Bluesmart bag let you track your own, Scott McCartney writes.

Mylan Faces Scrutiny Over EpiPen Price Increases

Related Link: 

Mylan became the latest pharmaceutical company to face outrage about higher drug costs after the company’s substantial price increases for the EpiPen emergency allergy treatment.

Glencore Reports Narrower Loss, Cuts Debt

Related Link: 

Commodities giant Glencore reported a narrower first-half net loss and signaled that it is on track to reduce debt by selling unwanted assets.

Syndicate content