The billionaire entrepreneur’s penchant for outlandish statements has reached a new high – or is it low?
Is it really African if it was founded by two Frenchmen, is registered as a German company and has its headquarters in Dubai?
To sharpen its focus on just snacks and cereals, Kellogg has sold off a swathe of biscuit brands for $1.3bn
Levi’s has become cool again. Last Thursday its shares opened at $22.20, giving the company a market value of $8.6bn
Barbie is one of the most iconic toys in the world with a billion-dollar brand with $1.09bn in annual revenue
To cater to its younger workers and ones they’re trying to recruit, Goldman Sachs has instituted a firm-wide flexible dress code
BAT, Philip Morris and Japan Tobacco ordered to pay damages of $12.8bn after losing an appeal of class actions filed by Quebec smokers
The global consumer group, one of billionaire Warren Buffett’s largest investments, last week released a barrage of news — all of it bad
There is a close relationship between food and national identity
In a stunning blog post, Amazon boss accuses the National Enquirer and its parent company, American Media Inc, of extortion and blackmail
Howard Schultz, who’s taking the compassionate businessman stance, says that he will lead the country with people as the priority
Locally there were fewer megadeals in 2018 thanks to the economy’s dismal performance and the risk-off sentiment towards emerging markets in general
Gillette’s risky bet with its new ad referencing the #MeToo movement and ‘toxic masculinity’ is proof of the length to which brands will go to stand out
Ghosn categorically denies all the accusations against him and has been detained for 50 days in a cell measuring about 5m by 3m
The global powerhouse is said to be testing cashierless technology for bigger stores
According to a study, millennials are shunning cereal as a breakfast choice because it is ‘inconvenient’
Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana this past week found itself embroiled in a racism debacle
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