Nestle Announces Sale Of Its U.S. Candy Business

Nestle Announces Sale Of Its U.S. Candy Business

Nestle has long been one of the biggest names in the candy industry in the United States, but that’s about to change. According to USA Today, the company is preparing to sell its U.S. confectionery business to the Italian chocolate and candy conglomerate Ferrero...
Taco Bell to Start Serving French Fries

Taco Bell to Start Serving French Fries

Taco Bell, the “Mexican” fast food restaurant, is breaking into the fry business. Beginning January 25, 2018, Taco Bell will be selling nacho fries at a limited number of locations, all for $1. This is part of Taco Bell’s bid to become the king of the...
Why Are Tech Unicorns Delaying Their IPOs?

Why Are Tech Unicorns Delaying Their IPOs?

2017 was not an excellent year for tech company IPOs. Snap, for example, had a quick run-up from its IPO price of $17 a share to almost $30, but its share price plummeted almost as fast as it rose. The company’s stock price has yet to rebound to its IPO value. A...
Is the BlackBerry Turnaround Complete?

Is the BlackBerry Turnaround Complete?

At one time, Blackberry owned the smartphone market. There was nowhere you could go without seeing someone with their “CrackBerry” typing away on their QWERTY keyboard while the rest of us labored to create short text messages on our regular old phones. But then the...
Is Fitbit Stock No Longer Fit?

Is Fitbit Stock No Longer Fit?

Stifel recently downgraded Fitbit stock to “sell,” stating that the fitness tracker hasn’t innovated enough to remain appealing to buyers. The stock now has five “buy,” seven “hold,” and two “sell” ratings. Meanwhile, shares experienced a...
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