The news organization owned by Bloomberg LP has an unusual, self-imposed policy preventing itself from writing about its founder.
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Hammacher Schlemmer, the oldest catalogue in America, gets a remodeling.
Starbucks CFO Troy Alstead talks about the coffee company's growth strategies both globally and in the U.S., including the recent acquisition of Teavana.
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In an apparent first for the U.S., a medical marijuana dispensary owner is named mayor.
Online distribution means the little guys can compete with the major studios, and some big players are starting to take notice.
It's time to move beyond Barra's gender and pay attention to the leadership the incoming GM CEO will need to impart to revitalize the automaker.
Investor Growth Capital will no longer make new U.S. investments.
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