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Starbucks' strong growth in China will be overshadowed by slowing growth in the U.S., an analyst at Bernstein says.
Total online grocery spending could reach $100 billion within five to seven years, according to the Food Marketing Institute and Nielsen.
Three big health insurers and the nation's largest for-profit hospital operator plan to give fourth quarter results.
Ingvar Kamprad, the IKEA founder who turned a small-scale mail order business into a global furniture empire, has died at 91.
Bids for Kroger's convenience stores come as the industry continues to consolidate.
Staples' Chief Executive Officer Shira Goodman is departing the company, to be replaced by J. Alexander Douglas.
Starbucks whiffed on holiday sales this year, but it has a plan to win back customer visits.
Instead, Howard Schultz sees only "one or a few legitimate, trusted digital currencies off of the blockchain technology."
Staples' Chief Executive Officer Shira Goodman is departing the company, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Starbucks tests a cashless store as more customers purchase coffee with their phones.
Liza Landsman, president of Jet.com, is leaving the company just a little more than a year after she was elevated to her current role, Recode reports.
Morgan Stanley reiterates its overweight rating for Amazon shares, citing optimism over its online ad business.
One customer told French media that the customers were “like animals”.
Sweden's flatpack furniture giant is exploring how to make the best use of artificial intelligence and virtual reality.
Walmart is partnering with Rakuten, a Tokyo-based e-commerce business, to sell e-books and audiobooks on Walmart.com.
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