Chipotle filed a trademark application for the phrase “Better Burger” this month. The chain could be a competitor to higher-end burger chains like Shake Shack and Five Guys.
Costco ended a 16-year deal with American Express to switch over to Visa. The new Costco Visa card will offer 4% cash back on eligible gas purchases (on up to $7,000 per year, then 1% back), 3% back on restaurant and travel purchases, 2% back on Costco and Costco.com purchases, and 1% back everywhere else.
McDonald’s plans to add more than 1,500 restaurants in China, Hong Kong, and South Korea in the next five years.
One huge factor in Lululemon’s exponential growth is its ever-expanding men’s business. This is hugely important, as one of Lululemon’s rising competitors, Under Armour, announced plans to expand its women’s line.
Kellogg’s will put start selling snack foods to appeal to millennials, reports Fortune.
PepsiCo announced that Al Carey will be promoted to CEO of PepsiCo North America,
Fortune has reported.
Glamour announced that it has teamed up with Lane Bryant to appeal to the plus-size market and to send a message of body positivity, reports Racked.
Bee Sweet Lemonade, founded by 11-year-old Shark Tank contestant Mikaila Ulmer, will be sold in 55 Whole Foods locations, Grub Street reports.
Coke will put song lyrics from more than 70 popular songs on its cans, Ad Age reports.
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