Andrew O'Day says the global sales tumble for personal computers cements Windows 8's place in history as a flop. McDonald's plans to crack down on rude employees, but what about the rude customers? Taco Bell realizes yo quiero nutrition.
Andrew O'Day says fired J.C. Penney CEO Ron Johnson gets barely anything as an exit package, and some say he still got too much. Two Google rivals will work more closely together to challenge Google. Game Show Network may get more religious.
Andrew O'Day says today's jobs report is abysmal from every angle. Kentucky Fried Chicken reinvents itself to the bare bones. The pitchman for Dos Equis beer proposes the most interesting calendar change in the world.
Andrew O'Day says after a string of employment misses, the market may temper its expectations ahead of Friday's March jobs report. Detroit's auto business now has a fourth wheel. For the laundry soap business, innovation is a dirty word.
Andrew O'Day says although we'd never want to go through it again, the 2008 financial crisis and its aftermath appear to have taught us some lasting lessons. Look out below! The boss of J.C. Penney gets a merit-based pay adjustment.
Andrew O'Day says two of Detroit's three car makers are posting multi-year sales highs while the third is posting creative writing. It turns out witches simply can't hocus pocus away their pounds. Is there any actual pizza with that cheese?
Andrew O'Day says despite its issues, the U.S. economy and market is about as good as it gets now. Someday Cyprus may get its mojo back, but probably not its investors. The drug business reconsiders the alternative industry it once warned against.
Andrew O'Day says strong reports on personal incomes, spending and consumer sentiment could help Wall Street keep running next week. Gasoline prices let off some steam. Legal action gets sudden acceleration against Ford.
Andrew O'Day says the S&P 500 finally has reentered record territory after a frustrating string of flirtations. The final glance at GDP looks less horrible than the first glance did. Wal-Mart delivers one of its craziest ideas yet.
Andrew O'Day says after a year of nightmarish sales, J.C. Penney is back out of the business of upfront pricing. Protein becomes the new low carb in the packaged food business. No blushing for the publisher of Fifty Shades.
Andrew O'Day says the budget sequester may end up hurting the economy more than first thought, but only because of the consumer fear it caused. Exxon Mobil gets slapped with a lawsuit its accountants may barely notice. Soft drink sales fizzle.
Andrew O'Day says today's Cyprus bailout rally followed the typical relief rally script: here today, gone today. Some U.S. jobs sent to Bangalore are ending up in Baltimore. Maybe you should have bought that '67 Mustang when you had the chance.
Andrew O'Day says as the standoff between Europe and Cyprus gets real, markets must adjust to the possibility of fracturing. The housing market feels something it hasn't felt in years--growing pains. YouTube joins the billions-served club.
Andrew O'Day looks at a study suggesting new college grads enter the workplace with a sense of entitlement and lacking professionalism. The airline industry flies out of turbulence. Energy drink makers figure out how to run away from regulators.
No vacation for Carnival as Andrew O'Day looks at all FOUR ship malfunctions of the past month. Facebook hashes out a plan to be more Twitter-like. International students working in the U.S. really deserve a break today.
Slow and steady is the theme as Andrew O'Day places today's economic outlook survey from the Business Roundtable in context with other recent readings. You may sour on the sweet purchase Uncle Sam is about to make with your money.
Two reports today paint slightly different pictures of the job market. Andrew O'Day examines what makes such first-glance apparent contradictions so common--including the what, the how, and especially the who behind them.
Andrew O'Day looks at research showing offshore locales as the most fertile places to grow profits. More people working means more people stuffed into trains and buses. Hotel loyalty programs now require more loyalty.
Andrew O'Day explores ways some economists are now measuring the true job market. One bank is sweating more than others after the Fed's latest stress test. The energy drink business has something new to chew on.
Andrew O'Day looks at the Dow's all-time high including some of what's behind it. Feverish health care spending increases may be cooling off. International tourists flock to the U.S. to get their target practice on.
Andrew O'Day says sales increases for the Detroit Three help reverse early Wall Street losses. Doctor visits become virtual. Groupon has an interesting way of showing gratitude. They pour whiskey differently in Scotland.
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