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Non-Alcoholic Beer Making Big Strides

Non-Alcoholic Beer Making Big Strides

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Non-alcoholic brews are quickly becoming more popular. Nirvana Brewery based in London brews a combined 3,200 liters of low as well as alcohol-free beer each week, and is selling ...

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Los Angeles Times to be Sold Ending Troubled Relationship

Los Angeles Times to be Sold Ending Troubled Relationship

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Los Angeles Times owner Tronc, which is based in Chicago, is expected to make an announcement that it is selling the newspaper, say people close to the situation, in a move that ...

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Bon-Ton Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection

Bon-Ton Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection

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Department store chain Bon-Ton Stores filed on Sunday for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, which makes it the largest retailer of 2018 to file bankruptcy. The chain of ...

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Amazon Profit Largest in History on Sales and Tax Reform

Amazon Profit Largest in History on Sales and Tax Reform

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Amazon.com Inc. reported on Thursday a profit of almost $2 billion, its largest in history, as the e-commerce giant attracted millions of new Prime customers during the holiday ...

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CEO at Quiksilver Surfwear Missing at Sea

CEO at Quiksilver Surfwear Missing at Sea

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On Wednesday, search operations resumed after an empty boat that belongs to Pierre Agnes Quiksilver surfwear brand CEO washed ashore on the southwest coast of France. On ...

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Google Invests in Ride-Hailing Company Go-Jek

Google Invests in Ride-Hailing Company Go-Jek

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Google has invested for the first time in a ride-hailing business in Asia after announcing that it invested in Go-Jek, as the startup in Indonesia and its rivals with deep pockets ...

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Sales Surge at Intel Data Centers, Warns of Possible fallout from Security Flaw

Sales Surge at Intel Data Centers, Warns of Possible fallout from Security Flaw

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On Thursday, Intel Corp released a bullish forecast while blowing past expectations on Wall Street for its fourth quarter thanks to the strength of sales at data centers, the ...

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Qualcomm Fined $1.2 Billion by European Union Over Chip Deals

Qualcomm Fined $1.2 Billion by European Union Over Chip Deals

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European Union antitrust regulators have handed down a €997 million or $1.23 billion fine to chipmaker Qualcomm, a U.S. based company. The fine, announced on Wednesday, is for ...

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Toys “R” US Shuttering a Fifth of Its Stores in U.S.

Toys “R” US Shuttering a Fifth of Its Stores in U.S.

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On Tuesday, Toys “R” Us announced that it would be shuttering close to a fifth of its U.S. stores over the upcoming months, as the chain of toy stores attempts to emerge from one ...

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Sanctions by U.S. Hurting Sales by Microsoft to Russian Companies

Sanctions by U.S. Hurting Sales by Microsoft to Russian Companies

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Two of the official distributors for Microsoft in Russia have placed restrictions on the sale of Microsoft software to over 200 companies in Russia following new sanctions imposed ...

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