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Coke sales fall as company shifts gears, sheds bottling biz
Coca-Cola sales fall 20 percent on bottling business sale; sweeping tax changes leads to 4Q loss
Markets Right Now: Stocks surge; Dow industrials gain 400
Dow industrials gain 400 points as stocks claw back some of their massive losses from last week.
Markets Right Now: Stocks surge in early trade; Dow up 300
Stocks are surging in early trading on Wall Street, sending the Dow Jones industrial average up as much as 300 points in early trading.
Shipping shakeup? Amazon may deliver its own packages
Retail giant Amazon may be about to flex its muscle in the package-delivery business
Deepak Chopra: 'We are dictating our insanity'
The author, spiritual leader and businessman is wading into the political waters with his latest book, "Home: Where Everyone is Welcome."
Today is 'Singles Day' in China, the anti-Valentine's Day holiday where everyone goes shopping
It’s that time of year again: the biggest shopping day of the year. No, it’s not Black Friday. It’s China’s Singles Day, which falls on Nov. 11 every year. The online flash sale binge on China’s mammoth e-commerce giants, like Alibaba’s Tmall.com and its rival JD.com, begins at midnight Friday
Charges filed against NYC terror suspect
The man accused of plowing into people on a lower Manhattan bike path Tuesday allegedly was inspired by ISIS videos he watched on his cellphone, according to the criminal complaint against him. "He did this in the name of ISIS, and along with the other items recovered at the scene was some notes
Father of New York City terror victim: 'I'm not angry ... I'm absolutely hurt'
The father of one of the two Americans killed in Tuesday's truck attack in lower Manhattan told reporters, "I'm not even angry." "I'm not angry at all," victim Darren Drake's father, Jimmy Drake, told reporters. "I'm absolutely hurt." Darren Drake, 32, of New Milford, New Jersey, would have turned
NYC truck attack: 2 slain Americans identified
Two Americans, a Belgian mother and five Argentine tourists visiting New York City to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their high school graduation were killed in Tuesday's truck attack that targeted cyclists and pedestrians in lower Manhattan, officials said. The dead Americans were identified by
Giants safety Landon Collins says Cowboys won't win NFC East
WAYNE, N.J. -- The New York Giants - Dallas Cowboys ?rivalry is heating up before training camps even open. Giants safety Landon Collins responded confidently Friday at his Citi ProCamp about his team's chances after Dak Prescott said last week that the Cowboys would win the division. "I commented