Billionaire In-N-Out owner lists California estate for nearly $17 million
Billionaire businesswoman Lynsi Snyder, who took over as president of the burger chain in 2010 and became the owner in 2017, purchased the 11-bedroom, 14-bathroom home in 2012 for $17.4 million, according to property records.
Texas Roadhouse founder Kent Taylor, 65, passes away after battle with worsening COVID-19 symptoms
Texas Roadhouse announced Kent Taylor’s death on Friday. 'His entrepreneurial spirit will live on in the company he built.'
Target launching Favorite Day label focused on 'sweet and savory treats for special moments'
Target's new private label, called Favorite Day, will feature over 700 different “carefully crafted” food and beverage items.
LeBron James lists Los Angeles mansion for $20.5M
“King James” is selling his nearly 9,500-square-foot Brentwood home on S. Rockingham Avenue for $20.5 million, according to its listing page at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.
Starbucks adding Oatly oat milk to national menu, debuting new non-dairy drinks
Starbucks officially announced on Monday that Oatly oat milk will be available at U.S. locations starting Tuesday, after successful testing in the Midwest and California. News of the new “permanent” menu item comes after the chain had previously announced a deal with Oatly to introduce the brand’s products in markets including Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, Taiwan and Thailand.
Marriott International names new CEO following death of Arne Sorenson
Anthony “Tony” Capuano, who previously served as Marriot’s group president of global development, design and operations, will join the board of directors and immediately assume the title of CEO, the company announced Tuesday.
Six Flags planning to reopen all parks in 2021, hire thousands of seasonal workers
On Friday, the Texas-based theme park operator announced plans to reopen all 26 of its locations for the 2021 season, including five locations that remained shuttered in 2020 due to continued coronavirus restrictions.
Tyson Foods compensating workers who choose to get COVID-19 vaccine off-site
News of Tyson’s latest policy comes one month after Tyson announced a partnership with Matrix Medical to deploy mobile health clinics to aid with vaccine administration and COVID-19 education. Tyson, meanwhile, is not currently requiring its employees to get the vaccine, but rather “strongly” encouraging it.
United Airlines buying electric 'air taxis' to transport customers to airport
The Chicago-based carrier announced its intentions to work with Archer, an “air mobility company,” to bring the battery-powered aircraft into operation by 2024.