Coca-Cola’s Surge is Back, Sears Borrows From Chief Executive, Wal-Mart’s Chief Spokesman Resigns

Coca-Cola’s Surge is back—all 90s kids rejoice! After more than a decade since the popular drink was discontinued, a Facebook group called “SURGE Movement” has prompted Coca-Cola to stock Amazon’s virtual shelves with 12-packs.

Sears Holdings is turning to its chief executive, Edward S. Lampert, for financial assistance. The company plans to borrow $400 million from the billionaire.

IKEA is recalling a child swing because of breakage risk. There have been four recorded reports of children that have been injured.

Get your gift on...UPS is planning to hire up to 95,000 seasonal workers this year. A significant increase from last year’s seasonal hires, UPS said, “the positions will include package sorters, loaders, delivery helpers and drivers.”

Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s chief spokesman, David Tovar has resigned over a falsehood on his resume. While evaluating Tovar for a more senior position, Wal-Mart discovered he had not actually earned the Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Delaware he previously noted on his resume.

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