Day: March 21, 2018

Tess Torelli March 21, 2018

Home-food delivery company HelloFresh said it’s acquired Boulder-based organic and vegan food home delivery company Green Chef for an undisclosed price. Green Chef was founded by CEO Michael Joseph in 2014 and delivers packages of vegan and gluten-free food to customers. “The acquisition of Green Chef will drive synergies for operations, logistics, and procurement. HelloFresh […]

Tess Torelli March 21, 2018

When planning a vacation, the less you spend on flights, the more you can put toward exploring your destination. As part of its 2018 Airfare Study, CheapAir.com analyzed 917 million fares across 8,000 markets to determine the cheapest and most expensive days to book flights. The ideal time for domestic flights: 70 days in advance. […]

Tess Torelli March 21, 2018

German conglomerate Bayer won EU antitrust approval on Wednesday for its $62.5 billion buy of U.S. peer Monsanto, the last of a trio of mega-mergers that will reshape the agrochemicals industry. The tie-up is set to create a company with control of more than a quarter of the world’s seed and pesticides market. Driven by […]

Tess Torelli March 21, 2018

The Air Force general in charge of America’s nuclear arsenal provided a rare glimpse into what he would do if Russia launched two nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles at the United States. His take might be surprising to some. Gen. John Hyten told lawmakers this week that the U.S. should not retaliate until incoming missiles had reached […]

Tess Torelli March 21, 2018

Pet transport is a relatively tiny segment of United Airlines’ business, but it was thrust into the spotlight this month as several dog incidents, including the death of a puppy on board, sparked an outcry on social media and scrutiny from lawmakers and government officials. Shipping pets in the belly of its planes generates a […]