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  • How do you take your coffee? With a college degree, please

    DEAR JOYCE: After hearing about the big employee scholarship program Starbucks is offering to employees, I'm surprised to note critics of the program. Why is that? -- S.E.J. The Starbucks effort is the splashiest bachelor's degree employer tuition...
  • Tyson Foods wins Hillshire, eyes breakfast growth

    Tyson Foods wins Hillshire, eyes breakfast growth
    Tyson Foods Inc. won the bidding battle for Chicago-based Hillshire Brands Co., agreeing to pay $7.8 billion in a deal that it believes will bolster its efforts in the rapidly growing breakfast segment. The richer-than-expected premium for Hillshire, at...
  • HomeMade Pizza burned by supermarket meal growth

    HomeMade Pizza burned by supermarket meal growth
    HomeMade Pizza Co. was in the right business and exactly the wrong place. We consumers indeed are buying more fresh prepared meals to eat at home or elsewhere, like the take-and-bake pizzas HomeMade hawked from 1997 until its abrupt closing Friday....
  • Gauge your word-nerdiness

    In my post on Laura Hale Brockway’s inane word-nerd quiz at PR Daily (“So that’s how they see us,” June 5), I made a throwaway remark that I could produce a better word-nerdiness quiz myself, and one reader allowed that that...
  • TreeHouse Foods in advanced talks to acquire Flagstone Foods

    TreeHouse Foods in advanced talks to acquire Flagstone Foods
    Private-label food retailer TreeHouse Foods Inc is in late-stage talks to acquire Flagstone Foods, a maker of dried fruits and nuts, for between $800 million and $900 million, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday. Oakbrook, Illinois-based...
  • Just stop: Pudding and ramen noodles come together in Taiwan

    Just stop: Pudding and ramen noodles come together in Taiwan
    Ramen burgers swept the nation last year and ramen pizza made the rounds at last weekend's DTLA Night Market. But just when you thought you'd seen every ramen noodle hybrid you could think of, we find pudding ramen noodles.  Wait, you can't mix ramen...
  • At CVS, only the very rich get much richer

    At CVS Caremark, it doesn't pay to be really good at your job. The nation's second-largest drugstore chain adjusts its annual raises to how much an employee makes. The higher your salary, the lower your raise. The top workers at CVS stores —...
  • Outside Opinion: Fulton-Randolph area would be hurt by landmarking

    The city is proposing historic landmark status for parts of Fulton Market and Randolph Street, the traditional meat market district that has attracted restaurants and offices. The city wants to preserve storefronts' character, but many business owners...
  • Fox upfront advertising sales tumble; CW down slightly

    Fox Broadcasting got roughed up during this year's upfront advertising sales period, which wrapped up this week. The network, owned by Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox media company, struggled to maintain its advertising base for the upcoming TV...
  • BET Experience 2014: Celebrity basketball, SneakerCon draw fans

    BET Experience 2014: Celebrity basketball, SneakerCon draw fans
    Though soccer and the World Cup have dominated the global sports conversation heading into the weekend, basketball enjoyed a surge of interest at the second annual BET Experience. At the BETX Celebrity Basketball Game, fans were afforded a view of a...
  • Howard County making a healthy effort [Letter]

    Howard County making a healthy effort [Letter]
    This is in response to the article by Amanda Yeager regarding Howard County's limits on sugary drinks and junk food at county-sponsored events ("Ban on sweets sours Fourth of July vendors," July 2). As a physician, I am very concerned about the...