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Jun 7, 2016

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The latest installment of Corner Office with Izumi Kajimoto, the CEO of Stetson, about how she's using classic Americana to sell hats and more in the 21st century; how oil workers that were laid off after the recent drop in…

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Ralph Lauren wants its brand back

by Gigi Douban Jun 7, 2016
A luxury retailer solds its clothes and accessories in too many discount department stores
Models walk the runway wearing Ralph Lauren Fall 2016 during New York Fashion Week.
JP Yim/Getty Images
The Big Book

James Patterson launches a new novel format he's calling "BookShots"

by Kai Ryssdal Jun 7, 2016
Patterson said they're "all thriller, no filler"

Unemployed oil workers find new home in solar industry

by Marketplace Contributor Jun 7, 2016
Texas oil workers are flocking to solar power jobs, despite lower wages
: Workers manufacture, package and distribute solar modules in the Mission Solar warehouse in San Antonio.  
Brenda Salinas/Marketplace

Is Yahoo's Internet business worth $3 billion?

by Mark Garrison Jun 7, 2016
That depends on who's buying it, and what they'll do with it.
Yahoo! President and CEO Marissa Mayer delivers a keynote during the Yahoo Mobile Developers Conference on February 18, 2016 at The Masonic in San Francisco, California.
Stephen Lam/Getty Images

Dodd-Frank: what it set out to do, and where we are now

by Jed Kim Jun 7, 2016
Republicans want to move away from the law
President Obama signing the Dodd-Frank Act in 2010.
Win McNamee/Getty Images
Corner Office

It may be based in New York, but Stetson is proudly Western

by Kai Ryssdal Jun 7, 2016
Known for their iconic wide-brimmed cowboy hats, Stetson Worldwide turned 151 this year.
Inside Stetson's HQ
Daisy Palacios/Marketplace

General Mills debuts a new cereal for the first time in 15 years

by Kai Ryssdal Jun 7, 2016
The cereal company is jumping on the no artificial flavors trend for its latest offering.
Welcome to the cereal empire, Tiny Toast.
General Mills

The latest installment of Corner Office with Izumi Kajimoto, the CEO of Stetson, about how she’s using classic Americana to sell hats and more in the 21st century; how oil workers that were laid off after the recent drop in oil prices are flocking to Texas’ growing solar energy sector; and Verizon is willing to pay $3 billion for yahoo, but how did they arrive at the number and what exactly are they getting?

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