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SodaStream will give PepsiCo a new way of reaching customers in their homes.
European stocks finished Monday's session higher, as investors awaited the outcome of trade talks between the world's two largest economies, due later this week.
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In March 2009, when the stock market hit bottom, health insurance stocks hardly seemed like a sure bet. But the group has outpaced the strong returns of this bull market.
Streaming subscribers are sharing passwords and cheating systems in increasing numbers, creating an expensive problem for the services.
Tailgating's official sport cornhole has been airing on TV, at times becoming the most viewed sport, ahead of baseball and the Tour de France
Elon Musk's emotional interview with The New York Times led to a slide in Tesla's shares that generated more than $1 billion in profits for short-sellers.
Justin Thomas says Tiger Woods helped get golf, and the prize money, where it is today.
Tesla could make a cheaper electric car starting at $25,000 in 'maybe' three years, says Elon Musk.
The prices at the world's largest used car auction have been better than usual lately, especially since President Donald Trump started pushing for new tariffs on imported vehicles, parts as well as the steel and aluminium used to make cars.
In recent years, Google has become much more deliberate about baking accessibility into all its products and making technology to help disabled people navigate the world around them.
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The Tesla CEO tells The New York Times that he glimpsed the rapper "for two seconds at about a 30-foot distance as she was leaving the house"
Panera Bread founder Ron Shaich heads up Act III Holdings, the investment fund that offered to help finance Cava's acquisition of Zoes. Should the deal go through, he will become chairman of the private company.
Shares of Sears Holdings skidded to a record low Friday after the company disclosed earlier in the week that a hedge fund owned by CEO Eddie Lampert offered to buy the troubled retailer's Kenmore appliance division for $400 million.
Security researchers say they've found flaws in the Medtronic pacemaker that leaves the life-saving device vulnerable to hackers and puts patients at risk.
African-American consumers sometimes spend thousands of dollars a year on their hair, contributing to the multibillion-dollar black hair care industry.
Bearish bets have driven coffee futures down more than 17 percent since the start of the year.
Voters and cybersecurity officials are tackling a complex problem of election security in the run-up to the midterm elections