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Coke to Slash Costs as Soda Sales Remain Flat
Coca-Cola said it plans to slash costs by $3 billion a year after the world's biggest beverage maker reported disappointing sales on flat soda volume.
Coca-Cola falls amid sluggish sales growth  BDlive
Coca-Cola shares plunge after trimming full-year profit forecast  USA TODAY
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Europe Stocks Rise With Asia After U.S. Surge; Bonds Rise
Asian stocks rose with European equity-index futures and the euro after U.S. shares jumped the most in a year. Gold traded near a six-week high on Diwali demand and credit risk in Asia fell toward a three-week low.
Japan exports rebound, but economy still not out of woods  Reuters
Bond Risk Drops Asia Stocks Rise  DailyForex.com
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US home sales rise last month, down in Chattanooga market
Chattanooga home sales fell 0.5 percent last month from year-ago levels, but home prices continued to rise in the Chattanooga area.
NY home sales down in Q3 after strong 2013  The Journal News | LoHud.com
US existing home sales rise in September  Tulsa World
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U.S. stocks jump; Nasdaq enjoys best day in 21 months
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - U.S. equity investors bid up prices on Tuesday, delivering another day of gains for major indexes on the heels of upbeat quarterly results from tech giant Apple and talk of economic stimulus in Europe.
Asian stock markets gain on hopes for fresh European stimulus, China growth  Fox Business
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Kentucky's bourbon industry smashes records
In the time it takes to age a Kentucky straight bourbon - that's two years - the Kentucky Bourbon industry has nearly doubled its work force, tripled its number of distilleries, and set new modern records for exports and barrel inventories.
Kentucky Bourbon Industry Booming  Dumb-Out
Business of Bourbon Growing Fast in Kentucky  New York Times
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Japan's exports up in September, deficit persists
TOKYO - Japan's trade deficit edged higher in September though exports rose more than expected as the yen weakened to a near six-year low, the Finance Ministry said Wednesday.
Shaky Japanese economy hit by growing trade deficit  Business Recorder
Japan's September Exports, Trade Deficit Edge Up  NASDAQ
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Heineken Revenue Misses Analyst Estimates as Europe Wanes
Heineken NV (HEIA), the Dutch brewer that spurned an overture from SABMiller Plc (SAB) last month, reported third-quarter sales growth that missed estimates, extending the run of European companies hurt by sustained softness across the continent and in ...
Heineken Third Quarter Profit Falls  Wall Street Journal
Heineken reports lower third quarter earnings  seattlepi.com
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Europe Stocks Little Changed as Stoxx 600 Erases Advance
European stocks rose for a second day as investors speculated the European Central Bank will boost stimulus and weighed earnings reports.
Euro on defensive after ECB bond buying report, yen soft  Reuters
FOREX-Euro on defensive after ECB bond buying report, yen soft  Reuters UK
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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer parries activist investor attacks
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc's CEO is trying to steer investor focus away from the tech company's stagnant revenue and toward achievements and growth prospects that have been flying below the radar.
Under fire, Yahoo CEO assures shareholders 'we've achieved more than ...  Fox Business
Mobile apps, Alibaba windfall lift Yahoo results  Boston Globe
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ABB Q3 Profit Dips, While Orders Climb; Warns On Short-term View
Swiss engineering firm ABB Ltd (ANN.L,ABB: Quote) reported Wednesday lower profit in its third quarter, as revenues and margins were hurt mainly by lower opening order backlog.
ABB profit falls 12%, but results beat forecasts  MarketWatch
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