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The company has announced that will sell its camera business to Japan Industrial Partners (JIP), the same company that purchased Sony’s VAIO PC division (via The Verge). Olympus will now focus on its much larger business supplying industrial and medical imaging equipment.
-- Steve Dent, Engadget

The Manheim used vehicle price index hit a record in mid-June, rising about 4% year over year, 7% compared with the May reading, and surging more than 16% compared with the April pandemic-induced low.
-- Al Root, Barron's

I purchased a 2016 vehicle with 20,000 miles from CarMax in October for $23,000. At the time, there were half-a-dozen versions of this particular vehicle available, all over the pacific northwest. This same search in June netted just a single example of this vehicle, and it was a 2015 model with 39,000 miles, also priced at $23,000.

-- Scrib

Sure enough, restaurant chains most exposed to breakfast are struggling more than others. Shares of Starbucks and Dunkin’ Brands Group are both down about 13% in 2020, while Domino's Pizza — not usually breakfast fare — is the best-performing restaurant stock, up 29% on the year. Papa John’s and Chipotle Mexican Grill come in second and third, with year-to-date gains of 27% and 22%, respectively. McDonald’s stock is down 4% on the year.
-- Teresa Rivas, Barron's

Target, which is headquartered in Minneapolis, was not chosen at random. Twin Cities locals explained the reasoning behind keying in on the chain on social media, which includes a hiring discrimination lawsuit and a history of funding and supporting local police.
-- Mónica Marie Zorrilla, Ad Week