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Brunswick Corporation grants its Chairman's Safety Award to three "outstanding performers" from its manufacturing, engineering and distribution..."/>
Mercury Marine donates engines to Surf Life Saving groups
hhgregg, an appliances, electronics and furniture retailer, announced on Monday new key senior executive appointments. Chris Sutton has been named senior vice president of Marketing. In his new role, Sutton will have oversight on all marketing initiatives as well as hhgregg's growing e-commerce channel."/>
Hhgregg announces senior executive appointments
TravelCenters of America LLC on Monday reported net income attributable to common shareholders of USD3.521m, or USD0.09 per share, for the second quarter of 2016, ended 30 June 2016.. This was in comparison with net income attributable to common shareholders of USD3.77m, or USD0.10 per share, in Q2 of 2015.. Total revenues for the quarter were USD1, 445 m, as compared with USD1, 582.88 m in Q2 of 2015.."/>
TravelCenters of America posts net income of USD3.5m in Q2 2016
Starbucks could open in the city of Frederick, directly across the street from another branch of the national coffee shop chain. The city Planning Commission on Monday approved plans to build a 2,200- square-foot Starbucks in a new shopping center planned for Md. 26 and Monocacy Boulevard in north Frederick. The shopping center will be anchored by a Wal-Mart Supercenter, plus three other commercial pads, one of which will house the new Starbucks."/>
New Starbucks planned for north Frederick Wal-Mart shopping center [The Frederick News-Post, Md.]
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc.. The 6- year-old restaurant chain yesterday said it will "aggressively" protect its trademark as Chipotle readies for the fall launch of its own "Tasty Made" burger concept with a similar name and logo. Tasty Burger which has six restaurants in Boston, Cambridge and Washington, D.C., said Chipotle has ignored a July 19 "cease and desist" letter sent to the Denver company."/>
Tasty Burger's beef with Chipotle [Boston Herald]
Comcast-- is going to have to swallow its Netflix-hating pride and get with the times."/>
Booting Up: NBC drops ball in Rio [Boston Herald]
Hero MotoCorp Ltd on Monday said that its net profit for the quarter ended 30 June rose 18.3% to a record high due to an increase in motorcycle sales. Net profit increased to Rs.883.10 crore during the quarter from Rs.747.54 crore in the year-ago period. Net sales rose to Rs.8, 010.66 crore from Rs.7, 435.47 crore."/>
Motorcycle sales drive Hero's Q1 net profit to a record high [Mint, New Delhi]
Microsoft's backyard with a familiar face for followers of the Redmond giant: former Windows boss Steven Sinofsky. "I happen to have spent a bunch of time in Seattle previously," Sinofsky said in introducing himself at an event Thursday evening. The understatement drew laughter from the crowd of a few dozen Okta employees and government and technology workers at the..."/>
Ex-Microsoft exec helps open Okta's expanded Bellevue office [The Seattle Times]

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