Chipotle, Subway, Others Seek to Revolutionize the Pizza Industry
Restaurant chains are increasingly offering pizza options, while traditional pizza chains expand beyond the pie.
Would You Trust Time Warner Cable With Your Home Security?
Telecom and cable providers are starting to offer home security as part of their bundle services; home security providers are battling back with wearable technology solutions.
Men's Wearhouse, CafePress, Hooker Furniture Bring Customization to the Mainstream
Companies are increasingly introducing value-priced customized options to mainstream consumers.
Rainbow Loom and How a Tween Fad Can Die in Mere Months
The tween fad Rainbow Loom fails to remain hot for the holiday shopping season.
Peanut Butter Wars: #2 Skippy Determined to Take Down #1 Jif
Hormel Foods vows its Skippy peanut butter will take down J.M. Smucker's #1 Jif brand.
How Post and General Mills Will Try to Save Cereal
Cereal sales are down, but the two biggest players in the industry have a plan to turn around the industry.
Why Did Guns Sell So Well on Black Friday?
Gun sales spiked during the Black Friday holiday weekend. Why are sales booming?
The Real Reason Teen Retailers Are in Trouble
Popular teen retailers such as Abercrombie, Aeropostale, and American Eagle Outfitters are struggling because of the death of the mono-brand.
PetSmart Reports That No One Is Buying Pet Fish
PetSmart is focusing largely on existing pet fish owners, as new pet fish parents stay away.