NEW YORK — A version of Alexa won’t tell kids where babies come from or spill the beans about Santa. It also won’t explain some things kids might have heard on the news ‚Äî like what Stormy Daniels does for a living.
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By Joseph Pisani The Associated Press
NEW YORK — The company behind the golden arches wants to get greener.
McDonald’s on Tuesday announced a number of steps it will take to cut the greenhouse gases it emits into the air, including tweaking the way the beef in its Big Macs and Quarter Pounders is produced.
NEW YORK — The next Colonel Sanders is giving the character a little bit of “country music flair.” KFC has picked singer Reba McEntire to play the founder of the fried chicken chain, the first female celebrity in the role.
In commercials starting next week, McEntire dons the Colonel’s famous white suit and black tie, but with a twist.
NEW YORK — Diet Coke is getting a makeover to try and reverse slumping sales for the sugar-free soda.
Coca-Cola Co. says it is adding a slimmer 12-ounce Diet Coke can, refreshing the logo and offering the 35-year-old drink in four new flavours, including mango and ginger lime.
The Atlanta-based company says the taste of the plain Diet Coke will stay the same,
NEW YORK — He’s been overshadowed by Barbie for decades, but now Ken is finally getting some attention.
Mattel is introducing 15 new looks for the male doll, including different skin tones, body shapes and hair styles. Barbie had a similar makeover more than a year ago, both part of the toy company’s plan to make its dolls more diverse and appealing to today’s kids.
NEW YORK — Stores can’t keep them in stock. Parents are scrambling to find them. And some schools have banned them.
NEW YORK — Coming soon to McDonald’s: Fresh beef.
NEW YORK — Ikea is recalling 29 million chests and dressers after six children were killed when the units toppled over and fell on them.
The chests and dressers are unstable if they are not secured to a wall, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Tuesday.
NEW YORK Before they say “I do,” soon-to-be newlyweds are increasingly going online to ask, “Will you pay for our honeymoon?”