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Pepsi is on Coke's home turf.
“For us it’s more from an agriculture point of view. It’s not about politics.”
We hear from two workers on how it's affected their lives and finances.
Increasingly popular advanced safety features can create surprising costs for consumers.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics will release its January jobs report on Friday.
And what role should the Federal Communications Commission have?
Amazon's cloud computing dominance has been slipping in recent years.
The National Association of Real Estate Brokers, a black trade group, is on a mission to add 2 million new black homeowners nationally in five years.
"You basically can't use the internet without interacting with them," Gizmodo reporter Kashmir Hill says.
... and for its credibility.
Here's what those numbers reveal — and don't reveal — about the U.S. economy.
British consumers are increasingly drawn to alcohol-free and low-alcohol beverages.
"We are so, like, one, that you can’t tell one city from the other."
With 600,000 people over the age of 70 quitting driving every year, demand for transportation to get elders to medical appointments, stores and the like will grow.
It's about national security, fraud and rogue employees.
This week, we're getting smart about how closing the government became a political weapon in the first place.
And that's especially true in China and India.
Apple beats analysts' estimates while Facebook, Microsoft expected to have strong quarters. But government regulation may drag down future earnings.