Walmart has decided to part ways with its Japanese supermarket unit Seiyu as a result of fierce competition from online retailers.
Canadian coffee and doughnut chain, Tim Hortons, announced July 11 its plan to bring 1500 shops to China over the next 10 years.
Starbucks announced on July 9, it aims to eliminate single-use plastic straws from over 28,000 stores globally by 2020.
Taiwan-based smartphone company HTC is set to layoff nearly 1,500 manufacturing jobs in an attempt to downsize.
Walgreens, CVS and Rite Aid stocks plummeted following the news that Amazon acquired the online pharmacy PillPack for roughly $1 billion.
Oprah Winfrey became the first black female entrepreneur to appear on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index on June 18.
Kazuo Kashio, co-founder and chairman of G-Shock maker Casio Computer, died of aspiration pneumonia on June 18. He was 89.
Match Group purchased a 51 percent stake in the New-York City-based dating app Hinge on June 20.
Deutsche Bank agreed to pay a $205 million fine to New York State on June 20 to settle currency manipulation allegations.
South Korean virtual currency exchange company, Bithumb, posted on its website on Wednesday, June 20 it had stopped all trading after confirming more than $30 million worth of crypto-coins was stolen.