Bed Bath & Beyond CEO Exits as Sales Plunge 

Bed Bath & Beyond replaced Chief Executive Mark Tritton, as the home-goods retailer's sales plunged due to a mismatch between what its stores carry and what shoppers want.

Crypto Fund Three Arrows Ordered to Liquidate by Court 

A British Virgin Islands court ordered the liquidation of the cryptocurrency hedge fund after creditors sued it for failure to repay debts.

Ford's Talk of New EV-Selling Rules Rattles Some Dealers 

Ford Motor is preparing new rules for how it sells electric vehicles, a shift that is concerning some dealers and seen as challenging the traditional franchise model.

Behind the Celsius Sales Pitch Was a Crypto Firm Built on Risk 

Celsius CEO Alex Mashinsky built his cryptocurrency lender on a pitch that it was better than a bank. But investor documents show it had far more risk than a traditional lender.

McCormick Cuts Forecasts as Costs Rise. The Stock Is Dropping. 

The seasonings maker reported lower earnings and revenue than Wall Street had expected for the quarter through the end of May.

FedEx's New Boss Faces Strategic Choice as Package Volumes Fall 

Investors want to see more efficient operations, while ground-delivery contractors are pressing for financial help.

'Top Gun' Is Acing Its Theater Run 

Paramount's goal to maximize theatrical returns should inspire other studios to be more flexible with their streaming plans.

H&M Profit Tops Forecasts but June Sales Weaken 

H&M posted a better-than-expected second-quarter net profit, with earnings boosted by well-received collections and lower markdowns but cautioned that sales in June were likely to fall by 6%, impacted by the war in Ukraine.

Tesla Lays Off Some Staff in Closing California Office 

The electric-vehicle maker said it was closing a San Mateo, Calif., office and letting go about 200 people there. The company is pursuing cost cuts under the pressure of inflation and supply-chain disruptions.

FTC Accuses Walmart of Letting Scammers Use Its Money-Transfer Services 

The Federal Trade Commission sued Walmart on Tuesday alleging the retailer allowed its money-transfer services to facilitate fraud. Walmart called the suit "factually misguided."


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