The university is one of only a few big-time sports schools that still manages its own commercial rights, which generate tens of millions from television and media deals and from companies that want to advertise alongside the Notre Dame brand.
Sears Holdings Corp., which has lost more than $10 billion in recent years, added so-called going-concern language to its latest annual report filing, suggesting that weak earnings have cast a pall on its future as a business.
Imagine a future when solar cells can be sprayed or printed onto the windows of skyscrapers or atop sports utility vehicles—and at prices potentially far cheaper than today’s silicon-based panels. It’s not as far-fetched it sounds.
Despite several attempts to break into industry over almost a decade, the company has struggled to entice shoppers en masse to buy eggs, steaks and berries online the same way they’ve flocked to buy books, tablets and toys.
The company that set out to revive the fortunes of RadioShack, the venerable consumer-electronics chain, filed for bankruptcy Wednesday after failing to keep up with changing consumer habits. The filing could mean the end for eight remaining area stores.
Subaru might launch another expansion at its Indiana plant, but it's waiting to see President Donald Trump's strategy to keep factory jobs in America. In the meantime, it is hoping to boost sales in the one area of the country where it struggles.