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Cuban cigars are coming to America - sort of
WASHINGTON — For cigar aficionados around the country, the warming of U.S.-Cuba relations might best be celebrated beside the smoky glow of a Cohiba. And yet stateside, that still won't be easy to do...
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Stuttgart Daily Leader
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U.S. embassy in Havana
Apple curbs sales in Russia as McDonald's, Renaul...
... getting surreal - will it ever stop falling?" Grekhnyova, who teaches chemistry in the central Russian city of Kursk, said of the rouble. "It may turn out that I won't be able to buy a new coat,...
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Business Standard India
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Can ConAgra's $150 Million Bet on Potatoes Send S...
NEW YORK (TheStreet) – ConAgra Foods(CAG) is poised for a stellar 2015 thanks to heavy investment in what's projected to be one of the highest-growth food categories over the next 5 years: spuds. The...
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'Botlers,' 'braggies' and the sharing economy: Wh...
... -- If travel industry experts are correct, next year will see us snapping holiday "braggies," eating dinner at a local's house, being served by a "Botler" and, more than likely, heading to...
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Kering explored options to sell sportswear maker ...
Kering SA, the owner of popular sportswear maker Puma, was looking to sell the brand that has been undergoing a revamp to better compete with larger rivals such as Nike and Adidas. Bloomberg, citing...
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In China, local dining chains bite into West
BEIJING—Chinese food chains are aiming to eat McDonald’s and KFC for lunch. Xiabuxiabu Catering Management Holdings Co. serves Chinese hot pot, in which customers themselves cook meat and vegetables...
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YUM Brands Inc.
Ting Hsin International Group
How Walmart made crumbling China business look go...
Although the reversals seem abrupt, cracks in the foundation of Walmart's retail business in China have been developing for years, hidden by questionable accounting and unauthorised sales practices,...
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Business Standard India
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Wal-Mart Stores Inc
Soon nearly everyone will have a cellphone
Household cellphones next year are set to surpass 90% worldwide for the first time as a result of the growing middle class. And in South Africa, there has been a significant increase in the past five...
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Just Born targeting Christmas with new Peeps, Min...
Keep a watchful eye on Just Born this season. The family-owned Bethlehem candy maker has sent its Minions on a mission to find their way into your Christmas stocking. Best known for Peeps, long an...
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Popcorn sales popping
CHICAGO — Popcorn company executive Alan Petrik knows on which side his business is buttered — think flavor combos that go far beyond the classic favorite of cheese and caramel corn. "People are...
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Transtasman age gap getting bigger
An international consumer research company predicts we will be the 61st oldest country in the world by 2030 - up 10 places from our current ranking. Photo / File New Zealand's population is tipped to...
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For Lego’s ‘Frozen’ Under the Tree, Try Santa’s H...
U.S. children asking Santa for a “Frozen” Lego set won’t find it under the tree this year -- unless their parents travel to Santa Claus’s homeland to make them happy. Lego A/S, Europe’s biggest...
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Walt Disney Co.
National Retail Federation
Wal-Mart to cut 250 jobs in China
BEIJING-- Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is cutting 250 employees from its China division, as the retailer moves to restructure its business, contain costs and improve slumping sales in the country. The...
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Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
Coke Is Going To Try And Sell You Milk
Soda sales are falling, so Coca-Cola is getting ready to sell us a new drink. You may have heard of it. It's called milk. It comes from cows. Coke's new milk isn't just plain old white stuff, though....
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Coca-Cola North America
Ready-eat popcorn sales popping
Popcorn company executive Alan Petrik knows on which side his business is buttered — think flavor combos that go far beyond the classic Chicago favorite of cheese and caramel corn. "People are being...
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United Cacao sweetens Aim with £23m float
This corner of West Africa is susceptible to drought and disease, and fears that this region could be hit with Ebola from its infected neighbours, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, saw the price of...
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Exercise in a bottle is next food frontier for Ne...
Tucked away near Lake Geneva, a handful of Nestle SA scientists are quietly working on realizing every couch potato's dream: exercise that comes in a bottle. The world's biggest food company, known...
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Global foodservice sales reach US$2.6 trillion in...
Global foodservice sales reach US$2.6 trillion in 2013 Published: 26 November 2014 Starbucks Coffee rival, UK-based Costa Coffee, has expanded with an additional 25 markets in the region, reflecting...
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Exercise in a bottle on the way?
AFPTucked away near Lake Geneva, a handful of Nestle scientists are quietly working on realising every couch potato's dream: exercise that comes in a bottle. Zurich - Tucked away near Lake Geneva, a...
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Australians swap ‘toxic’ high-sugar soft drinks f...
COLA lovers are canning regular drinks and switching to diet versions as a sugar backlash bites. Australia’s annual consumption of low-calorie cola has bubbled to an average 25.4 litres per head,...
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Australian Beverages Council
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