McDonalds is upgrading its burgers. Apparently the buns will be softer, cheese will be gooier, and onions will be added to patties right on the grill. Oh, and extra Big Mac sauce.
In a shocking turn of events, Netflix announced that it will “disc-continue” its DVD-by-mail business.
Tesla cut some Model Y and Model 3 U.S. prices for the sixth time this year, to boost demand as competition among electric vehicles ramps up.
Boeing stands by its plans to increase 737 Max production despite the recent flaw it uncovered.
Lululemon has approached competitor Hydrow about a possible sale of its at-home fitness business Mirror. Apparently, Mirror is “weighing” on its balance sheet.
Google is launching its first foldable phone, the Pixel Fold, in June. It will cost around $1,700 … but is justified because it has the “most durable hinge on a foldable.”
Apple announced a high-yield savings account, in partnership with Goldman Sachs, paying 4.15% interest. Interestingly, this rate is higher than that offered by Goldman Sachs on its Marcus account.
Travelers snapped up $10,000 tickets on Japan’s airline ANA for $300 after an online currency conversion blunder. All we can get are airlines canceling all flights for the day…