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With the recent news that another American city San Francisco is taking a hard look at soda by letting residents vote on a 2-cent-per-ounce tax on sugary drinks, it seems our country can't stop obsessing about those sweetened carbonated beverages. We'
Coke and McDonald's shares are coming under pressure as both companies struggle in the U.S. market with falling sales...BNN Video Reuters Investing A decent performance in Lays and Doritos chips helped mask weak growth in Pepsi's drinks business in
Researchers at Princeton and Columbia universities have used a new method to grow these specialised materials, known as photonic crystals, with ease. "Our results point to a previously unexplored path for making defect-free crystals using inexpensive
Prices rose 0.3 percent in June following a 0.4 percent rise in May, the Labor Department reported Tuesday. The May increase had been the biggest one-month gain in more than a year. Food costs edged up just 0.1 percent, the smallest gain since
The proponents of Measure P are spreading falsehoods to scare people into believing the oil industry is bad. They want to ban the industry from any future production using just pure steam. The fact is the oil industry is one of the most regulated for
Lemonade stand added up to little by dad's account July 23, 2014 1:04 AM Share with others: It is the peak of summer, and as you cruise through Pittsburgh's neighborhoods you invariably see a gathering of small children by the curb, waving their arms
Japan will start treating as "quasi-strategic reserves" some of the crude stored by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in the Asian nation, as a way to help meet Tokyo's strategic reserve obligations, a trade ministry panel said on Wednesday.
The City of Fresno said starting August 1st, "Stage 2" water restrictions will go into effect. The new restrictions include limiting summer outdoor irrigation to a twice a week during summer months and prohibiting outdoor irrigation during winter
ET Coca-Cola Co. said its second-quarter profit and revenue declined, despite volume growth. With soda consumption declining in North America, the beverage giant has launched a revamped marketing strategy that includes the social media-friendly,
Tuesday to buy about 630,000 barrels (100,000 kilolitres) of Middle Eastern light crude for the government's Strategic Petroleum Reserves...The tender comes a month after Japan sold about 1.89 million barrels (300,000 kilolitres) of Middle Eastern