The coffee shop ranks behind McDonald's and Subway in terms of US sales. Updated with earnings numbers.
The company misses profit expectations by a mile for the first quarter, but revenue was a big beat.
After saying goodbye to comedian Gilbert Gottfried, Aflac selects a sales manager from Minnesota to voice its mascot.
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China will surpass the US as the world's largest economy soon -- sooner than most people expected, according to an IMF report.
The company has seen profit drop for 2 years and needs a new system to jump-start sales.
Kimberly-Clark announced a price increase just last month. Now the company says it must raise prices again as costs skyrocket. With video.
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