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Allbirds, a Shoe Brand Born Online, to Double Stores

Allbirds, a Shoe Brand Born Online, to Double Stores

By Joseph Pisani | Oct 9
Online shoe brand Allbirds plans to more than double its store count next year, hoping to reach shoppers who want to touch and try on its wool shoes.

CaverStem: A Medical Breakthrough for Erectile Dysfunction

CaverStem: A Medical Breakthrough for Erectile Dysfunction

Oct 9
The CaverStem method harnesses the power of a patient's stem cells to redefine ED treatment. And the results will blow your mind.

Domino's Same-Store Sales Short for 4th Consecutive Quarter

Domino's Same-Store Sales Short for 4th Consecutive Quarter

Oct 8
Domino's Pizza had a weaker-than-expected third quarter with pressure building from third-party delivery services like UberEats and DoorDash.

Consumer Goods Giant Unilever Vows to Slash Use of Plastic

Consumer Goods Giant Unilever Vows to Slash Use of Plastic

By Mike Corder | Oct 8
Consumer products giant Unilever, whose brands include Dove soaps and Lipton teas, said Monday it aims to halve its use of non-recycled plastics by 2025.

Accused of Racism, Renowned Museum Confronts Its Blind Spots

Accused of Racism, Renowned Museum Confronts Its Blind Spots

By William J. Kole | Oct 8
Last spring, Boston's Museum of Fine Arts was accused of racism after black middle school students said they were harangued and mistreated on a class trip by other museum patrons and a staff member. Now the museum is making amends.

HSBC Reported to Plan 10,000 Job Cuts Globally

HSBC Reported to Plan 10,000 Job Cuts Globally

Oct 8
British labor union Unite has expressed dismay over reports that the bank HSBC will slash 10,000 jobs worldwide.

New York Library Exhibit to Pay Tribute to JD Salinger

New York Library Exhibit to Pay Tribute to JD Salinger

Oct 8
An upcoming exhibit at the New York Public Library will offer a look into the very private life of J.D. Salinger.

Crusading Tech Mogul Aims to Prove CEOs Can Be Activists Too

Crusading Tech Mogul Aims to Prove CEOs Can Be Activists Too

By Michael Liedtke and Barbara Ortutay | Oct 7
Salesforce founder Marc Benioff is urging fellow CEOs to help fix a "train wreck" of inequality his industry helped create.

Controversy Stalks Nobel Peace, Literature Prizes

Controversy Stalks Nobel Peace, Literature Prizes

By Mark Lewis | Oct 7
Controversy stalks the Nobel prizes for peace and literature in a way it rarely does for science.

Uber And Lyft Ride-Sharing Services Hitch Onto Medicaid

Uber And Lyft Ride-Sharing Services Hitch Onto Medicaid

By Phil Galewitz | Oct 7
Arizona became the first state to revamp its Medicaid regulations to make it easier for ride-sharing companies to participate in its nonemergency transportation benefit.

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