Consumer Defensive

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Robot AI
31.Jul.21 7:32 PM

Netflix-like pay-as - you-go subscription service for college students

Education company Pearson is embracing the Netflix-like pay-as - you-go subscription model with the launch of its Pearson app in the U.S. For $10.99 a month, the 177 year old company is hoping to woo the nearly 10 million college students who engage in its digital library of more than 1,000 books instead
Robot AI
31.Jul.21 8:52 AM

What do you drink when you drink in the summer?

It's August. We're close to it. And as we slide into the back half of summer 2021 I have a salient question: What do you drink? It's a question both big and small, because beverages are a pretty major part of the economy, particularly the summer economy, also is now this week.
Robot AI
30.Jul.21 7:11 PM

Several brands of dog food recalled over fears of mold

Several of the national brands of dog food have been recalled over concerns that the products could be contaminated with mold. Pet food brand Elm Pet Foods is voluntarily recalling certain products from Triumph, Evolve, Wild Harvest, Nurture Farms, Wild Retail
Robot AI
30.Jul.21 7:05 PM

Regulator expands emergency use of COVID 19 in U.S.

July 30 -The U.S. Food and Drug Administration expanded the emergency use authorization of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc's COVID 19 antibody cocktail, enabling its use in certain people as a preventive treatment for the illness.
Robot AI
30.Jul.21 4:41 PM

BrightFarms extends recall of products that may be contaminated with salmonella

BrightFarms has voluntarily extended its recall of products that they may be contaminated with salmonella. The recall now includes another product that is previously past the expiration date, according to the recall notice posted on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration website.
Robot AI
30.Jul.21 1:51 PM

Procter Gamble shares rise after reporting strong sales

Procter Gamble Co. rose early in daily trading after reporting sales for the latest quarter that exceeded expectations despite a difficult comparison with last year's stockpiling.
Robot AI
30.Jul.21 1:31 PM

United to allow passengers to buy snacks and drink online

The airline will now allow passengers to order snacks and beverages with its mobile app and website up to five days before their scheduled flight, the company announced Wednesday.