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General Motors CEO Mary Barra unveiled the company's new strategic plan earlier this month, as it attempts to move beyond the ignition switch recall that has consumed much of her tenure at the top. The company announced big financial goals as well as several initiatives to help achieve them, from deploying new technology in cars to making Cadillac a separate business unit based in New York.Read full article >>
Late last week, Apple dropped the newest version of its desktop operating system, OS X Yosemite. The upgrade comes with a visual refresh and a number of new features that more closely integrate OS X with iOS. But should you upgrade? To help you make the call, here's what others are saying about it after using the beta verson or downloading it over the weekend.Read full article >>
Whole Foods Market unveiled its first national marketing campaign Monday, a series of primetime television commercials and glossy print ads that the organic grocer hopes will help revive its disappointing sales.Read full article >>
PORTLAND ? Of all the Very Portland things that exist in Portland, there is a plot of land next to City Hall, right outside the building's front portico, where the city is growing its own Swiss chard.
?And on a place that used to be a parking lot!" exclaims Mayor Charlie Hales, adding a detail that actually makes this story even more Portland.Read full article >>
Amazon.com's new premium e-reader, the Kindle Voyage is the best e-reader the company's made to date. But it also comes with a big problem: its price.
The reader is on the expensive side -- $200, as compared to $119 for the backlit Kindle Paperwhite. That brings it way up over the "impulse buy" line, even for avid readers. That puts it in the same category as the lowest-end tablets.Read full article >>
One year in, the new small-business insurance marketplaces born out of the new federal health-care law have fallen short of their promise in nearly every state, both in terms of functionality and enrollment. However, many are scheduled to see some important updates heading into year two ? ones that health officials say should make them much more useful and appealing to small employers and their workers.Read full article >>