The world’s largest operator of Boeing 777 aircrafts, Emirates, is ordering 95 more Boeing jets worth $52 billion. Talk about loyalty.
Tesla attempted a no-resale clause on the Cybertruck, but buyers quickly scratched that idea – turns out, people prefer their trucks with freedom, not fine print.
Chili’s is recruiting Boyz II Men to remix its legendary baby back ribs jingle, because apparently, even a catchy tune needs a makeover. “I want my baby back, baby back, baby back … ribs.”
Toys “R” Us is rising from the retail ashes and is setting up shop in America’s biggest mall, the Mall of America. Who said nostalgia can’t share a space with roller coasters?
Crocs and McDonald’s are teaming up for a limited-edition shoe line. Because nothing says “I’m lovin’ it” like shoes dedicated to the spirit of Grimace.
Nvidia just released the H200, its newest high-end chip for training and deploying AI models. It is here to generate everything from text and images to predictions.
Exxon Mobil is eyeing the electric vehicle spotlight, planning to be a lithium powerhouse by 2027, after purchasing acres in Arkansas that are rich in lithium.
Target surprised everyone by beating lowered analysts estimates, gaining up to 17% after the report. Meanwhile, Home Depot earnings softened on slowing home improvement projects, but were still ahead of estimates.