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Buffalo Wild Wings is loving the move of the NFL Rams to Los Angeles. Although same-store sales in the third quarter dipped slightly, the 1,023-restaurant chain said it saw no decline in traffic on NFL game days — thanks to a bump in business in stores located in the leagues larger cities.
More than half a billion Chinese own smartphones. But their favorite handsets barely register any brand recognition outside of China. In the third quarter of this year, nearly one-third of the world’s largest smartphone market was controlled by two domestic makers, Oppo and Vivo, according to Counterpoint, a Hong Kong-based technology market research firm.