General Mills is betting on nostalgia to sell consumers on Cheerios and vegetables.
But it's just playing the earnings game. If the holiday season comes in as expected, the shipper will be fine.
CEO Meg Whitman says the company will offer the device 'eventually.'
The LeBron X, first wrongly reported to sell for more than $300, will still be among the most expensive ever.
The decision to limit soda serving sizes will almost certainly be litigated, which will delay its enactment for months, it not years.
Will the smartphone's reality match its enormous hype?
It might not be the best shopping season for consumers either.
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