Pillsbury, Hungry Jack and Funfetti sold by J.M. Smucker Company to private equity firm.
AT&T wants to make HBO more Netflix-like.
Grab ride-hailing app introduces GrabFresh grocery delivery service.
Lululemon will sell 7Mesh cycling apparel at its North American stores.
MillerCoors parts ways with CMO.
Snapchat may be partnering with Amazon.
Apple promotes Face ID on iPhone X in new “Memory” ad:
Applebee’s annual fundraiser (through Aug. 12) supports pediatric cancer patients:
Budweiser makes its World Cup light-up cups vibrate for deaf and blind fans:
Google promotes Project Fi wireless plans:
HPE aims to demystify AI with short film with The Atlantic:
We really abbreciate the burgerin’ loyalty, but we’re back @IHOP again.
— IHOb (@IHOB) July 9, 2018
Kroger readies fashion brand (Dip) with Joe Mimran of Club Monaco and Loblaw’s Joe Fresh fame.
— Supermarket News (@SN_news) July 9, 2018
Microsoft “smallest and cheapest” ($399) Surface Go aims at Apple’s budget iPad 9.7.
Skechers promotes Camila Cabello collaboration:
Stitch Fix, its stock soaring, now caters to kids: