Albertsons buys rest of Rite Aid it doesn’t own in $24B deal.
Amazon links Prime and Whole Foods Market on Visa rewards.
Coca-Cola looks to innovation for growth.
Con Agra sells Del Monte business in Canada.
Fox News plans Fox Nation streaming service for superfans:
The New York Times argues that banks could impact gun sales.
The PGA also plans to get more (and younger) fans.
VF is selling Nautica to double down on The North Face.
Barneys New York looks to engage younger shoppers with content:
In our newest video series, Face First, Wilhelmina model Briggs Rudder shares her five-minute makeup routine before taking on Fashion Week. Head to #TheWindow for the full story at https://t.co/AI7YcFG3bh pic.twitter.com/iumTcbNM7A
— Barneys New York (@BarneysNY) February 16, 2018
Cathay Pacific celebrates Hong Kong’s Chinese New Year parade:
Gravy Train, Kibbles ‘N Bits, Ol’ Roy and Skippy brands recall dog food brands after FDA warns of toxins:
Good news, over half of our restaurants are now back open! Our teams are working flat out to open the rest. Equilibrium will soon be restored. pic.twitter.com/ZXgijpBR7L
— KFC UK & Ireland (@KFC_UKI) February 20, 2018
Nokia launches “Sensing as a Service” predictive analytics:
Renault Sport Formula One Team partners with Alibaba’s Tmall for the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship.
Toyota teases the Lexus UX: