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Kraft–Heinz Merger Creates US Food Titan

Some makers of processed foods are shuttering plants as global consumers’ tastes shift to fresh and whole foods. But this week’s historic $46 billion mega-merger of two iconic American processed […]


Wearable Technology Extends to Jewelry Makers

Designers of wearable technology are turning into armchair Oscar de la Rentas. Geeks who make functional, wearable tech are relying on fashion designers to develop more aesthetically pleasing products worthy […]


Keeping Apple Shiny Can Be a Challenge

Apple is riding high. Its market capitalization ($751 billion) is nearly twice the size of the next biggest company (Google at $382 billion); its new iPhones are selling like, well, […]

Google Wireless

Google to Shake Up Wireless Market?

With plans to begin offering its own mobile phone plan directly to consumers, Google could shake up the wireless telecom market. So far the industry’s dominant business model is to […]


What Did CES Reveal about 2015 Tech Trends?

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the biggest tech show in the US, wrapped up last week in Las Vegas. With 170,000 attendees and 3,600 exhibitors at the 2015 CES, the trade show has grown […]


What Killed Genesis Casket?

Funeral industry startup Genesis Casket, which was founded in 2010 by a global auto parts producer as a promising entrant to the closely held casket-making niche, is shuttering its doors […]


Takata Refuses National Airbag Recall

Japanese airbag maker Takata defied national regulators this week by stating it would not succumb to demands from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to widen the recall of […]


D&B Credit Reports: Finding the Right Business

This is the first in a series of posts on mining maximum insight from D&B credit reports. The insight in a credit report isn’t always obvious, but it is plentiful. […]


D&B’s 2014 Midterm Election Impact Report

The 2014 midterm congressional election is upon us, and the Dun & Bradstreet’s 2014 Midterm Election Impact Report has set out to examine the critical states up for grabs in […]


The Latest Automotive Recall Crisis: Exploding Airbags

Okay. Airbags are, in fact, supposed to explode. In the event of a serious collision, sensors ignite a tiny charge that inflates the airbag and theoretically protects vehicle occupants. The […]