Nintendo’s Poor Wii U Sales, Sriracha Factory Drama, PwC to Buy Booz & Company

Sales of Nintendo’s Wii U game consoles are “dismal,” leading to higher-than-expected quarterly losses for the company.

The town in southern California that is home to a new 650,000-square-foot Sriracha factory has benefited from the economic boost—but the residents are not too happy about the pervasive smell.

Three new state-owned airlines from the Middle East are quickly expanding in the U.S., forcing existing American carriers to compete for wealthy international passengers.

Pricewaterhouse has agreed to buy consulting firm Booz & Company, a deal believed to be the former’s biggest acquisition in years.

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