The latest version of Doritos Tacos Locos is making the chain a bright spot for owner Yum Brands, which has stumbled badly elsewhere.
Disney's 'Wizard of Oz' prequel grossed $80.3 million over the weekend, easily leading the pack at the box office.
An offer could be coming now that the activist investor has signed a confidentiality agreement with the computer maker.
The entertainment giant is no one-trick pony, but its shares are pricey now, given their limited potential for more gains.
That doesn't mean moviegoers will stay in Kansas. It does make the company's $225 million bet a bit more dicey, though.
Facing ever-tougher competition, the 'breastaurant' aims to make its decor and offerings appeal to more than just one sex.
His hands may be full as he battles for his way at Dell, Herbalife and Transocean, but the 77-year-old activist investor isn't easing up.
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