Remember in January when Gillette launched an advertising campaign scolding men for their toxic masculinity? As it turns out, walking into the landmine that is social identity politics wearing blinders isn’t good for the bottom line. Even if that’s not really what the ad was about.
Barbecue season is in full swing, and that means beer-swilling middle-aged men in aprons printed with Dad jokes engaged in the time-honoured tradition of turning raw meat into black lumps of moderately chewy charcoal.
The push is on for Yield Growth’s (BOSS.C) subsidiary, Urban Juve, as it increases its market penetration by another 24 stores through a partnership with Ontario-based Healthy Planet Canada.
To tell this story in 25 words or less would be to do it a terrible injustice, so I’ve sat on it for a bit, letting the dust settle, seeing how the market would accept it without my help.
As I continue to draft off Chris Parry, I want to follow up on today’s news NSP has acquired Prosnack Natural Foods. Can anyone tell me why their stock seems to sit like a frog on a log in the same spot.
Amazon increased its market reach with today’s announced acquisition of Whole Foods, the hoidy-toidy organic grocer pioneer with 456 stores across its chain.