Nearly 70 investors, bankers, business owners and members of the community gathered Tuesday to set their sights on learning about options with…
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It was going so well for Blue Apron, until it wasn't. The company, which set nationwide trends with its mail-order subscription meal kits, delivering ingredients and instructions to hundreds of thousands of Americans, had valued itself at $3.2 billion weeks before its initial public offering.
On Friday morning, the company followed Macy's, Kohl's and Dillard's in reporting declining sales in the second quarter. J.C. Penney also posted a deeper loss than analysts expected -- hurt by clearance sales -- sending the shares down as much as 17 percent in early trading.
Ed Rendell remembers his quest to become two-term governor of Pennsylvania as something of a tale of two cities.
When executives from Chipotle Mexican Grill delivered a bleak outlook for the chain during an investment conference Tuesday, attendees steered the discussion toward a would-be savior: Bill Ackman.
After turning Starbucks Corp. into the world's largest coffee chain, Chief Executive Officer Howard Schultz will hand the reins to a lieutenant who could solidify its role as a technology company.