On-the-ropes electronic retailer RadioShack may have found a successful buyer in its bid to liquidate its assets, but the chain’s 'going bankrupt' sale is causing concerns over its offering of one item in particular: a huge chunk of customer data.
An Oregon craft brewery has announced it will sell a limited run of “space” beer next month. The very special batch of imperial stout was made using brewer’s yeast that successfully returned from space last fall, the company said.
The world’s second largest sports retailer Adidas is to shut 200 shops in Russia in 2015, as the company is severely impacted by significant devaluation of the rouble and other
emerging market currencies.
Palestinians in the West Bank have begun boycotting Israeli goods. They recently dumped a truckload of milk and yogurt in Ramallah’s main square. They are shunning the products after Israel stopped giving the Palestinian government vital tax revenues.
The US embassy in Jordan’s capital, Amman, has warned American citizens against visiting the country’s posh shopping malls after receiving “credible information” that they may be targeted by terrorists.
EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom’s visit to London to promote the EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) has been met with protest, as MPs say more transparency is needed to address public concern.
A loaf of bread in the UK will cost £150 in 100 years if current inflation rates apply, a study has shown. The value of money has plummeted by 99 percent over the past century, meaning £100 in 1914 is equivalent to £8,970 in purchasing power terms today.
Herbal supplements such as gingko biloba and ginseng sold at four major US retailers contained ingredients -- including potential allergens -- not listed on the packaging, according to a report from the New York State attorney general’s office.