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Cartier Is a Cut Above Tiffany

The French brand does more business in China than its American rival, which should help to maintain its edge in 2023. Source link

Stocks Mixed Despite Slowing Inflation Data

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Peloton Recalls 2.2 Million Bikes, Customers Told to Immediately Stop Using Them

The Consumer Product Safety Commission said people should immediately stop using the bikes. Source link

Oatly Names Jean-Christophe Flatin as New CEO and Narrows Quarterly Loss

Current Chief Executive Toni Petersson is set to become the oat-milk company’s co-chairman. Source link

Fox Says It Settled Dominion Suit to ‘Avoid the Acrimony of a Divisive Trial’

The company said it swung to a $54 million quarterly loss, primarily because of charges associated with legal-settlement costs. Source link

DOJ Settles Antitrust Case, Clearing Way for Assa Abloy Deal

The Swedish lockmaker has agreed to sell some of its brands to another company. Source link

‘The Super Mario Bros. Movie’ Becomes the First Billion-Dollar-Plus Film of 2023

The animated film is just the fifth movie since the pandemic to gross 10 figures worldwide. Source link

WSJ News Exclusive | Revlon Taps New Directors as Lenders Take Control in Bankruptcy

Revlon Inc. will emerge from bankruptcy under new ownership and a new...

Kevin Durant Signs Lifetime Contract With Nike

The Phoenix Suns star is the third NBA player to land the rare deal, behind Michael Jordan and LeBron James. Source link

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