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The stores have been ordered to stop using Apple's logo after Apple China accused them of unfair competition and violating its registered trademark.
Despite the shaky economy, Starbucks is opening new stores around the country.
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Apple slipped back to the No. 2 spot after the close, but market watchers said it is simply a matter of time before it reaches the top.
Ray Anderson was among the first corporate leaders to not just talk sustainability but make it the bottom line of his business. He passed away this week, leaving a legacy as green and inspirational as any in modern history.
Comparing Timberland, First Solar, Chipotle and Tesla Motors to the broader stock market.
CEO of Interface and author of 'Confessions of a Radical Industrialist' leaves an eco-legacy.
The official July 2011 unemployment report reveals that 117,000 new jobs were added during the month.
Kraft CEO Irene Rosenfeld plans to split Oreo cookies and Cadbury chocolates from Kraft cheese and other groceries.
The Ivy League campus is now home to 50 LEED certified green building projects.
Merck, Cisco Systems, Borders and other companies announced staff-reduction plans in July.
With the help of green consultants from EcoSet, Target keeps 86 percent of its commercial production waste out of landfills.
3M and Siemens round out the top three spots in Interbrand's Best Global Green Brands 2011 list.
General Motors will expand its renewable energy portfolio by pushing its solar output from 30 megawatts to 60 megawatts by 2015.
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Men's Wearhouse will be hosting its fourth annual National Suit Drive in August.