McCormick & Co. Inc. saw its profit climb 14 percent in the fourth quarter as consumers in China helped its sales growth, even as the spice maker continued to lose market share among consumers in the United States.
Under Armour could become the second biggest sports brand in both apparel and footwear, with sales expected to climb at least 25 percent a year for the next five years, one analyst said in a report today.
Health care costs might be rising less sharply than they were a few years ago, but employers continue to make employees take on more of the burden, and that's likely to continue, a new survey shows.
Under Armour has extended its endorsement deal with professional golfer Jordan Spieth for another 10 years, a move designed to build the brand's presence in the golf category.
Walmart is encouraging tax filers to skip the government check and pick up their refunds in cash in stores.
Lacrosse brand STX, which has been expanding its offerings in field and ice hockey, plans to announce an endorsement deal Wednesday with Jeroen Hertzberger, one of the world's top field hockey players and captain of Dutch club HC Rotterdam.
Toys "R" Us stores will be taking back used baby products — cribs, high chairs, car seats, strollers and more — starting this weekend in exchange for discounts on new items, an annual event that has helped remove more than a million potentially unsafe items from the marketplace.
B. Green & Co. helped pioneer warehouse-style supermarkets in the 1970s and at one time ran the largest grocery wholesaler on the East Coast. More recently, the family-owned retailer launched a campaign to expand healthy food choices in the city's poorest neighborhoods.