Paw Print Rewind #045

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. U.S. strikes Islamic State in Libya, killing 40 people U.S. warplanes carried out airstrikes against Islamic State-linked militants in western Libya on Friday, killing as many as 40 people in an operation targeting a suspect linked to two deadly…

Paw Print Rewind #044

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. Dish swing to 2015 loss as subscribers decline Dish Network swung to a loss in 2015, hurt by a drop in pay-TV subscribers and a wireless airwaves auction-related expense. The U.S.’ No. 2 satellite TV provider’s net income attributable…

Paw Print Rewind #042

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. Zomato breaks even at home, key markets abroad Zomato has broken even in key markets like India, according to the company, and is on track to make a profit as early as next June. The New Delhi-based restaurant search…

Kraft Heinz Company expands voluntary wrapped American slice recall

The Kraft Heinz Company has expanded the voluntary recall of individually-wrapped American slices due to the potential for a thin strip of packaging film remaining attached to the slice after the wrapper is removed. If the film sticks to the slice and is not removed, it could become a choking hazard. Here are the new…

Paw Print Rewind #033

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines Major carmakers agree to make automatic braking standard in U.S. Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Ford, General Motors, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Tesla, Toyota, and Volvo have agreed to make automatic emerging braking standard on all U.S. vehicles. The carmakers, which accounted for…

Paw Print Rewind #032

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. Schlumberger buying Cameron Schlumberger is buying oilfield gear maker Cameron in a $14.8 billion deal, which values Cameron around the market cap it had when oil prices were still $100 a barrel, marks the second big merger among energy…

Kraft, Heinz complete merger

Kraft and Heinz’s merger has succeeded to officially create the Kraft Heinz Company. The transaction creates the third-largest food and beverage company in North America, and the world’s fifth largest. “I am honored and humbled to be the CEO of the Kraft Heinz Company. Kraft and Heinz are both world-class organizations with storied pasts and…

Paw Print Rewind #031

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. Anthem buying Cigna to create biggest U.S. health insurer Anthem will buy Cigna for about $54.2 billion to create the largest U.S. health insurer by membership and accelerating the industry’s consolidation from five national players to three. The proposed…

Paw Print Rewind #030

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. Boeing profit up as plane deliveries surge Boeing has doubled its quarterly cash flow, partly offsetting a big charge for its aerial tanker program. The Chicago-based plane maker reported $2.6 billion in free cash flow in the second quarter,…

Paw Print Rewind #029

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. IBM revenue down for 13th straight quarter IBM’s revenue fell for the 13th consecutive quarter, as the Armonk, NY-based company continued to shed low-margin businesses and influence from the strong dollar. Revenue from the company’s “strategic imperatives,” which include…