First, the Swedish mega-chain got caught in the horse meat scandal. Now, it finds out China has dumped nearly 2 tons of its tainted chocolate cake.
The judge in Macy's lawsuit over Martha Stewart warns Penney that it could end up with a lot fewer home goods for sale.
Prince Alwaleed claims the magazine's annual ranking of billionaires is biased against Middle Easterners. Forbes says he's in an 'alternate reality.'
A Massachusetts woman says after a 7-pound box of pot wrongly came to her house, FedEx gave her address to the drug dealers.
Tainted beef has been found in the chain's UK meat supplies as continuing discoveries take a toll on overall hamburger meat sales.
Former Groupon CEO Andrew Mason might not rank high as a leader, but he and others know how to depart with humor and style.
The former Apple hotshot was once hailed as the department store's savior. After a series of missteps, his time is running out.
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