Seritage Realty Trust’s homepage seeks to dazzle prospective tenants with illustrations of gleaming retail properties featuring landscaped parking lots filled with cars and shoppers. Seritage promises visitors “the locations you need in virtually every major U.S. market.”
Honda Motor Co., which ran big-budget Super Bowl ads starring Jerry Seinfeld and Matthew Broderick to generate buzz two years ago, made a surprise return to the game with a spare Bruce Willis spot touting Honda’s crash safety.
RCS Capital Corp., the brokerage led by Nicholas S. Schorsch, agreed to buy broker-dealer J.P. Turner & Co. and an affiliated investment-advisory business for $27 million, the firm’s second acquisition in two days.
Toyota Motor Corp.’s Camry has outrun a recession, recalls and natural disasters to stay America’s best-selling car for more than a decade. Odds are worsening that it can keep the title next year as challengers gear up for another run at topping the mild-mannered sedan.
Vivendi SA’s Chief Executive Officer Jean-Bernard Levy said “strategic vision” for French phone unit SFR will come from Michel Combes, the division’s new head starting Aug. 1 and a current Vodafone Group Plc executive.
Kia Motors Corp., with sales rising 78 percent from 2008 to last year, has been the fastest-growing brand in the U.S. What it hasn’t been able to do is shake the role of little brother to larger affiliate Hyundai.
Cadillac, General Motors Co. ’s luxury brand, is studying seven new model concepts to lure new buyers and build on the fastest sales growth among premium carmakers, two people familiar with the plans said.