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Boston Herald The Ticker column [Boston Herald]
Tata Global Beverages Limited on Wednesday said it was looking to enter the dairy business as it scouts for opportunities to expand beyond tea, coffee and bottled water. Addressing shareholders in Kolkata on Wednesday at the company's annual general meeting, Tata group chairman Cyrus Mistry said there are plenty of opportunities in the dairy business, "particularly in India". He, however, said there was no immediate time frame for the launch of dairy products."/>
Tata Global Beverages looks to enter dairy business [Mint, New Delhi]
Amazon set to expand private-label offerings [Mint, New Delhi]
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd and Wipro Ltd, to clients seeing a significant drop in the last two years, even as they continue to repose faith in Infosys Ltd.. A Mint analysis of over 60 analyst recommendations on the..."/>
Brokerages lower growth outlook for IT sector [Mint, New Delhi]
Ford Motor Co., the firm said in a statement on Wednesday. Existing investors Sequoia Capital, Nokia Growth Partners and Empire Angels also participated in the round. The company had raised $21 million, in two tranches between October 2014 and July 2015, from Sequoia Capital, Empire Angels, T.V."/>
Zoomcar raises $24 million in funding round led by Ford arm [Mint, New Delhi]
Dollar General store from locating on the former state prison property. Selectmen and the town's planning board held a public hearing Monday evening at Watts Hall on a proposed zone change to limit retail stores in the area known as Thomaston Green to 2,500 square feet. Dollar General has proposed constructing a 9,100-..."/>
Vote planned to block Dollar General construction in Thomaston [Bangor Daily News, Maine]
Starbucks kiosk as early as next month, the first time the national chain will have a presence downtown or in Clark County. Construction of the coffee shop is underway at the Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Springfield, and is expected to be finished by the end of September at the latest, said Ronnie Nichols, guest care manager for the hotel. A proposed Kroger Marketplace store at Ohio 72 would also include a Starbucks location if..."/>
Starbucks to open location in downtown Springfield [Springfield News-Sun, Ohio]
Esports company setting up shop in Orlando [Orlando Sentinel]
Sears continues to limp along, competitors such as J.C. Penney are nipping at its heels. Penney is the latest to try to steal market share from Sears by opening major appliance showrooms."/>
J.C. Penney adds major appliance showrooms in Minnesota [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
Stratasys Ltd. unveiled new technologies and partnerships with heavyweights Siemens, Boeing and Ford Motor Co. in a move that could accelerate the 3- D printer's prominence in lightweight auto and aerospace parts manufacturing, company officials said. Stratasys CEO Ilan Levin told investors and trade writers from eight countries Tuesday at the Crowne Plaza Bloomington that from now on Stratasys would rely on partnerships with industrial customers to help solve..."/>
Stratasys partners with Boeing, Siemens and Ford on new 3-D printing technologies [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
MGM Resorts International, which is building a $950 million casino and entertainment complex in Springfield, filed two complaints with the commission challenging the Connecticut Airport Authority's use of executive sessions in..."/>
FOI Commission Says Airport's Casino Negotiations Will Remain Confidential [The Hartford Courant]
Apple's CEO five years ago, is his own man has been good for Apple and its various stakeholders. In other ways, maybe not so much."/>
East Bay Times Troy Wolverton column [East Bay Times]
Starbucks of misrepresenting the sizes of its cold drinks has been dismissed by a California judge, who issued a written tongue-lashing of the plaintiff's claims. A similar case is pending in a federal court in Chicago. The California lawsuit, filed on behalf of plaintiff Alexander Forouzesh in a federal district court, argued that Starbucks misled customers about the size of its iced drinks because it lists their sizes as the total liquid volume of..."/>
Starbucks iced coffee lawsuit dismissed with chiding from judge [Chicago Tribune]
HP Inc. on Wednesday reported quarterly sales that were better than expected but still fell almost 4 percent from a year ago, a sign that stability remains uncertain for the company's main personal computer and printing technology businesses. HP said that for its fiscal third quarter, which ended July 31, sales of personal computers were flat from a year ago at $7.5 billion. Printing revenue dropped by 14 percent, to $4.4 billion from $5.2 billion in the third..."/>
HP Inc. sales decline adds to company's post-split concerns [Mercury News]
Alphabet-owned digital video service scored highest with kids ages 6 to 12 for the first time in market research firm's Smarty Pants eighth annual "Brand Love" study. YouTube beat out more traditional kid-friendly brands such as Oreo, Disney and Toys' R' Us, and also bested its online TV counterpart Netflix, which ranked 11th with the young..."/>
For young kids, YouTube beats Disney, Oreo [The San Diego Union-Tribune]

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