The American brand Jeep has posted lower sales for eight straight quarters, falling from sixth to ninth in sales among top U.S. brands.
Apple’s iPhone 15 and 15 Pro will reportedly be compatible with the USB-C charging port and feature titanium edges, which has been a long goal for Apple.
Amazon is bringing reimagined convenience to life as it says it’s delivering more packages in one day or less.
Adidas signed a $1.1 billion kit deal with Manchester United, renewing their partnership for the next 10 years.
A U.S. judge shot down Johnson and Johnson’s second attempt to put its talc liabilities into bankruptcy, citing the court “smells smoke, but does not see the fire.”
Exxon Mobil is in talks with Tesla, Ford, and Volkswagen to supply lithium, despite Exxon having no way yet of producing the battery metal. I guess Exxon is calling “dibs?”
After Overstock came to the rescue, Bed Bath and Beyond is back … just in time for college move-in season, but only via online shopping for now.
Starbucks reported record sales as consumers splurge on complex coffee drinks. I wonder how many plain black coffee orders they get a day.
Uber is finally profitable, reporting a profit of $394 million compared with a loss $2.6 billion a year earlier.
Lamborghini could hit 10,000 car sales this year for the first time, with the U.S. being its largest single market with 1,625 deliveries.