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John Kell

John Kell

John Kell is a Reporter @FortuneMagazine.

Food

Yum? Kellogg Will Soon Release Soda-Flavored Pop-Tarts.

In a time when food companies are going natural, the cereal company seems to be betting on decadence.
Advertising

Gap Apologizes for 'Racist' Ad

In the image, an African-American girl is posing next to a taller Caucasian girl that is propping her arm on the younger girl's head.
Pizza Hut

Good at Math? You Could Win a Whole Lot of 'Pi' From Pizza Hut.

The chain is celebrating National Pi Day with a contest to solve three challenging math problems.
Nike

Nike Cuts Ties With Boxer Manny Pacquiao Over Homophobic Comments

The tone of the comments and the subsequent apology from the boxer was too little, too late for Nike.
Personal Health

This Wearable Gadget Alerts You If You're Getting Too Much Sun

L'Oreal has developed a stretchable skin sensor designed to monitor ultraviolet light exposure via a wearable it is calling My UV Patch.
Shake Shack

Shake Shack Shares Too Rich for Wall Street's Taste Buds

Analysts have put a 'sell' rating on the burger chain.
Shake Shack

Shake Shack Investors Feeling Indigestion

Sales soar in the burger chain's first quarter as a publicly traded company but shares take a hit.
Retail

Wet Seal Just Made Two-Thirds of Its Stores Disappear

The teen retailer's struggle with declining sales is another reminder to mall-loving millennials that their childhood is over.
Acquisitions

Coach Scoops Up Shoemaker Stuart Weitzman for $574 Million

The move is designed to further diversify the handbag maker's sales.
Shake Shack

7 Things You Should Know About Shake Shack

As the 'fine casual' burger chain prepares to go public, here's a look at some of the most fascinating factoids about the company's growth and strategy.
Retail Businesses

Athletic Apparel Is Lapping the Broader Retail Industry

Demand for activewear is booming, benefiting companies such as Nike, Under Armour and Lululemon.
Office Party

The Office Holiday Party Is Back, and That's a Good Sign for the Economy

Nine out of 10 companies plan to throw holiday parties in 2014, a survey shows, up from previous years.