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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

Nordstrom Is Closing San Francisco Stores as Cities’ Retail Pain Grows

Lower levels of foot traffic, perceptions about crime and changes in spending cloud picture for merchants in large cities. Source link

WSJ News Exclusive | World’s Richest Man Likes the View Atop Refurbished Tiffany

Bernard Arnault says that under LVMH, profits have doubled at the American jeweler, which reopened its flagship store this week. Source link

Bed Bath & Beyond Files for Bankruptcy

Years of losses and a failed turnaround plan left the retailer struggling to stock stores. The company expects all its retail locations to...

The Backlog That Could Threaten Higher Ed’s Viability

California State University-Dominguez Hills started building on its current site in 1965, amid America’s postwar higher-education boom, and its campus looks like a...

The U. of Iowa Leased Its Utilities Operations for $1 Billion. Now, Its Partner in the Deal Is Suing.

Nearly three years ago, the University of Iowa entered into a $1-billion public-private partnership to lease its utilities operations for 50 years, a...

What It Takes to Transform a Hotel Into a College Dorm

This fall, 200 Florida Atlantic University students will be living in hotel rooms. The arrangement isn’t new — the Boca Raton campus has...

Why This Fall’s Campus Housing Shortages Could Be Different

Colleges across the nation are facing housing shortages and increased demand, leaving hundreds of students waiting for assignments or scrambling to find off-campus...

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