When one door closes, another one opens. Netflix may be approaching the end of its DVD-by-mail service, but it is now taking an experimental approach to theatrical releases with the movies “Glass Onion” and “Matilda the Musical.”
Lamborghini and “off-roading” don’t normally belong in the same sentence, but their new supercar will now carry you across “loose or dirt surfaces.” That counts, right?
After just reopening less than a week ago, Disneyland in Shanghai closed temporarily due to the city’s pandemic prevention requirements.
Nestle may sell its peanut allergy treatment unit to help meet new profit and margin goals, raising its organic sales guidance between 8% and 8.5%.
Ford said that is has achieved its goal of becoming the second best-selling automaker of electric vehicles in the U.S. Will the company now aim for the number one spot?
Amazon is shutting down its wholesale distribution to small neighborhoods in India. Some are speculating Amazon is slowly scaling back operations in the South Asian market.
A Florida woman is suing Kraft for $5 million, saying Velveeta microwave mac and cheese takes longer to make than advertised. Perhaps this can be settled if Velveeta buys her a better microwave?