Posted by Dale Buss on April 5, 2013 09:01 AM
HP board shakeup and chairman exit gives CEO Meg Whitman a chance to shake off troubles.
BP faults Deepwater Horizon claims overseer, launches first brand-wide fuel loyalty program.
BMW prepares X4 crossover for U.S. market, makes vehicles greener with fewer cylinders, less gasoline.
Al Jazeera America hires CNN's Ali Velshi as anchor.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos leads $5 million investment round in Henry Blodget's Business Insider.
Apple reportedly signs music labels for streaming service as Google's YouTube clinches deal with Universal Music.
Best Buy may have turned the tide on showrooming Amazon.Continue reading...
Posted by Deborah Dunham on February 3, 2010 05:03 PM
French women do indeed get fat – and that may be the result of their progressively Americanized diets.
The stereotypical image of the French sipping on a glass of red wine and lingering over a warm baguette and their favorite Camembert is changing as more mass-produced, processed, fast food brands enter their market.
Take cheese, for example. Raw-milk cheeses used to account for virtually all French production until World War II and the arrival of the US military. Today, it’s a dying brand with only a seven percent market share according to the cheese-boosters' group.Continue reading...