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Your Cheat Sheet to the top consumer business news: 4 Consumer Stock Stories For Monday Investment Shopping
General Electric Co.'s financial unit, GE Capital, will pay $6.5 billion in dividends back to the parent company in 2013 in a move to decrease GE's reliance on its financial arm.
United Airlines will make the first commercial flight in the U.S. Monday after its 787 flies from Houston to Chicago after an expensive 123-day setback.
Walmart is being threatened by grocery stores selling better goods as well as online powerhouse Amazon as positive economic indicators appear.
The Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh has spurred American retailer J. C. Penney Company to action.
General Electric was supposed to sell off its division that produces the products that helped it become a household name in the United States, but the recession derailed that plan.
Barbie has been an icon for more than 50 years, but the doll has been having problems lately. In an effort to improve the brand image, the company started a global campaign.
Is Apple fighting the U.S. Department of Justice’s antitrust lawsuit because the charges are bogus or is the Cupertino-based tech company just trying to clear Steve Jobs’ name
Does a shrinking MacBook Air reseller inventory indicate that Apple’s popular laptop is about to get a major refresh?
Yum! Brands subsidiary Taco Bell tries to take a bite out of breakfast with a breakfast taco.
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New reports show that the cupcake industry is on the decline, with stock prices hitting new lows and U.S. consumer prices falling 0.4 percent in April.
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