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Morning six-pack: What we're reading Wednesday

Pepsi Cola billboard on Long Island City in New York.
Adam Jeffery | CNBC
Pepsi Cola billboard on Long Island City in New York.

Happy Wednesday from the crew (of one) at the Morning Six-Pack, where we're always buying the dips.

So this guy walks into his doctor's office ... and finds out his doctor is making $21 million. Ouch. (The New York Times)

The day's big news in soda is that Pepsi is replacing sugar aka "high fructose corn syrup" with sugar aka "real sugar" in some of its soft drinks. (USA Today)

So for some good news out of the Malaysian Air Flight 370: Beacon signals have been detected. The bad news is that the signals are really, really deep in the ocean. How deep? This deep. (Washington Post)

That merger between American Airlines and US Airways is going to mean tighter rules for using miles. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Get ready to pay more to bring home the bacon as a rare virus kills baby pigs and drives up prices by 10 percent or more. (AP)

And finally ... the main trend in the jobs market has been how many people have dropped out of the jobs market. Economists can't figure out what's happening. CNBC.com's Allison Linn sorts it out.

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