Today's Biggest Consumer Goods Headlines

Analysts Michael Finarelli and Sean O'Reilly join host Mark Reeth to talk about all the biggest news and events in the consumer goods sector from the past week.

On today's show, the guys break down some of the big headlines from this week, including why Men's Wearhouse rejected Jos. A. Bank's acquisition offer, and if Nike can actually hit its audacious 2017 goals. After that they take a look at the fast-food industry, including analyzing if McDonald's new promotion will boost sales, and if Wendy's Seattle strategy will help its bottom line.

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