Greyhound, the iconic U.S. bus brand, has turned to pricing models used by the airline industry as it seeks a ticketing system capable of boosting profitability by charging more for travel during peak periods.
Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA, the world’s most-indebted airline, is planning to eliminate some of those obligations by raising at least $534 million based on the value of its most-loyal fliers program.
Sears Holdings Corp., the retailer controlled by hedge-fund manager Edward Lampert, posted a fourth-quarter loss that was larger than it forecast last month as sales fell for the sixth consecutive year.
New York City baker Eileen Avezzano says she has a better way than Groupon Inc.’s online deals to entice customers to buy her cheesecakes again: She doles out loyalty cards that reward buyers for return visits.
Edward Lampert, the billionaire hedge-fund manager who controls Sears Holdings Corp., agreed to remain the retailer’s chief executive officer with a $1 annual salary after taking over last month amid slumping sales.