It’s one of hundreds, maybe thousands, of private label brands that are rapidly becoming the stars of supermarket shelves in an estimated $166 billion market. From Trader Joe’s portfolio of in-store labels to Kroger’s Simple Truth, private brands have gained the power, and trust, to influence a shopper’s store choice. But when a retail chain is acquired, what is to become of that brand?
The Finance 202: Big Business Isn’t Championing Tax Cuts. That Could Hurt Republicans In The Midterms
– The Washington Post
Republicans are counting on their $1.5 trillion tax cut to stave off a midterm disaster, but the measure’s big-business champions so far aren’t investing in a major, coordinated blitz to sell skeptical voters on its benefits.
– The New York Times
The hotel business has been a good one in recent years, as the economy has gathered strength. But there’s one area that’s been lagging – hosting corporate meeting and conferences. Now, the hotel industry is hoping that lower corporate taxes will finally change that.
– MIT Technology Review
Amazon is a notoriously secretive company, but its recent conference provides a glance at its far-out plans.