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Gamestop is dropping off the leaderboard

Aug 25, 2015
Brick-and-mortar shops are finding new ways stay competitive.
Posted In: video games, earnings report
Things are pretty tough right now for the Golden Arches.

Investors want McDonald's out of real estate

Aug 25, 2015
Amid continued declining sales, Mickey D’s is urged to sell some property.
Posted In: McDonald's, franchises, real estate, shareholders

The steel business is trying to stay strong

Aug 25, 2015
A strong U.S. dollar makes exports tough.
Posted In: steel, economic recovery, us dollar, shipping costs

How is Best Buy's turnaround going?

Aug 25, 2015
The electronics chain has made progress since a new CEO came on board.
Posted In: Best Buy, consumer electronics, Amazon
Chipotle is going on a hiring spree

Today, burritos. Tomorrow, a company car?

Aug 24, 2015
Chipotle plans to hire 4,000 new workers, pitching potential career advancement.
Posted In: Chipotle, Fast-casual, restaurants, labor
The company Bohemian Guitars benefited from crowdfunding.

A check on equity-based crowdfunding

Aug 21, 2015
Georgia was one of the first states to allow this type of regulated crowdfunding.
Posted In: crowdfunding, guitars, kickstarter
You can call Big Freedia the queen diva of bounce music.

Big Freedia, entrepreneur and Queen Diva

Aug 21, 2015
She’s also an author, producer, actor, decorator and has plans for more.
Posted In: bounce music, New Orleans, Big Freedia, musician, Music

John Deere releases earnings

Aug 21, 2015
The fortunes of the equipment manufacturer are tied to the fate of their customers.
Posted In: John Deere, earning report, equipment
A catfish po' boy with collard greens from the Hard Knox Cafe in San Francisco.

Celebrating the catfish economy

Aug 20, 2015
It's National Catfish Month, and that means a lot to fish farmers in the South.
Posted In: catfish, national holidays, Food

Businesses revive one street in New Orleans

Aug 20, 2015
Elysian Fields Avenue crosses from high ground to low, from wealthy to low-income.
Posted In: New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina, businesses