Whirlpool Continues To Benefit From Higher Prices
Whirlpool beat profit expectations, as the company continued to benefit from charging higher prices for its laundry and washing appliances.
Nike Chief Mark Parker to Step Down in 2020
Nike said longtime Chief Executive Mark Parker will step aside as CEO of the sportswear giant and be replaced by one of the company's current board members.
Chipotle Sees Online Sales Boost
Chipotle Mexican Grill is selling more burritos as the chain pushes online sales, though handling deliveries is coming at a cost.
Amazon Ready to Pour Billions Into Policing Products
Amazon might need to spend billions of dollars in the future to prevent the sale of counterfeit goods, expired food or dangerous products on its platforms to preserve the customer trust that is critical to the company's future, Amazon consumer chief Jeff Wilke said.
Snap Posts Gains in Users, Revenue
Snap reported another quarterly increase in users and revenue, signaling that changes made earlier this year to its Snapchat messaging app are boosting its fortunes.
Boeing Commercial Airplanes Chief Leaving Amid 737 MAX Crisis
Kevin McAllister is leaving Boeing as head of the commercial airplanes unit, the highest-profile departure from the company as a result of the crisis surrounding its 737 MAX airliner.
BNY Mellon Vice Chairman Bill Daley Has Left Bank
Bill Daley, the former White House chief of staff, has left his post at Bank of New York Mellon less than five months after the bank announced his arrival.
TD Ameritrade Revenue Forecast Tops Analyst Estimates
The electronic broker said it expects revenue to fall about 15% next year after it nixed trading commissions, an estimate that isn't as severe as analysts predicted.
Uber Says Customer Discounts Won't Drive Long-Term Growth
Incentives are a big part of the food-delivery business today but won't be over the long term, the head of Uber Everything said at WSJ Tech Live.
U.S. Bancorp Cuts Assistant Branch Managers
A spokeswoman declined to provide a number of employees affected by the cuts, but said it would affect less than 2% of its workforce.
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October 22, 2019 21:15 ET (01:15 GMT)
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