"Soda tax" stakes escalate in pivotal Philadelphia fight
Philadelphia has become a pivotal battleground in the beverage industry's push to stop "soda taxes" from gaining momentum
Pepsi pulls 12-packs, 2-liters from shelves over soda tax
Pepsi is pulling 2-liter bottles and 12-packs of its products from Philadelphia grocery store shelves over the city's new tax on sweetened drinks
'Negligible' Gains in Boardroom Diversity as White Men Still Dominate, Study Finds
The percentage of women and minorities holding corporate board seats at Fortune 500 companies increased slightly last year to its highest level on record, but white men still accounted for an overwhelming majority of the positions, according to a study released today. Women and minorities occupied
Frito-Lay Drops Doritos Super Bowl TV Advertisements
Frito-Lay is closing the bag on its popular Doritos commercials for Super Bowl 2017. The PepsiCo subsidiary has run ads during the NFL's biggest night for years. But now, Frito-Lay, which also makes Cheetos, Sun Chips and Funyuns, told ABC News that commercials for its products in next year's Super
Frito-Lay Drops Doritos, Cheetos Super Bowl Advertisements
Running an ad in next year's Super Bowl "did not fit with our marketing plans," the chip company said.
Tiger Woods picks up Monster Energy as new sponsor
Tiger Woods will return to competitive golf after a 15-month hiatus with a new sponsor. Sources told ESPN that Woods will debut a Monster Energy logo on his bag at the Hero World Challenge, his foundation's 18-player tournament in the Bahamas this week. His agent, Mark Steinberg, confirmed a new
How Cops Caught Alleged Hit Men in FSU Professor Murder Case
Dan Markel died after being shot twice in the head and Tallahassee authorities have charged two men with the crime.
Fires Threaten San Bernardino County
ABC News' Olivia Smith talks to a public information officer about the continuing threat and what is being done to stop the spread.
US Soda Consumption at Its Lowest Level in 30 Years
Americans trying to kick their soda habit are succeeding, with soda consumption in the U.S. at its lowest level in 30 years, according to a new report. In 2015 the per capita consumption of carbonated soft drinks was its lowest level since 1985, according to Beverage Digest, a trade publication.