Coca-Cola Amatil Faces Challenges in Indonesia

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The Australian beverage company's profits there are losing their fizz as costs rise and rivals from Peru and Japan continue to make inroads in the country.

Fish Firm's Woes Show Greek Bankruptcy Gap

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Before Greece's debt crisis, Nireus Aquaculture grew into one of the world's largest fish farmers. Its struggles since then show how the country's bankruptcy laws are helping stymie an economic recovery.

News and Ads to Debut on Snapchat

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Snapchat, the mobile app for disappearing messages, could soon be a service for disappearing videos, news articles and advertisements.

H-P Posts Surprise Revenue Increase

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H-P said its quarterly profit dropped 29%, but the computer maker recorded a surprise increase in revenue, driven by increased shipments of notebooks and desktops.

Icahn Takes 8.5% Stake in Hertz

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Activist investor Carl Icahn on Wednesday disclosed an 8.5% stake in Hertz Global Holdings Inc. and said he intends to seek talks with the company's management about its underperformance.

China Steps Up Antitrust Fight

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China levied a record $200 million combined fine against 10 Japanese auto-parts and bearings makers for antitrust activities, in its most dramatic move yet to tame prices in markets dominated by foreign companies.

Lowe's Cuts Sales Outlook Even as Traffic, Revenue Rise

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Lowe's scaled back its sales outlook for the year, even though the home-improvement retailer posted strong results as shoppers came out to spend on seasonal and big-ticket items.

Mobile Canning Firms Boost Craft Beer

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Mobile canning companies help craft beer move into the mainstream.

Yoga Poseurs: Athletic Apparel Goes Beyond the Gym

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The rate of growth in the U.S. retail athletic apparel market is surging, even as Americans' rate of participating in most sports is in decline. For instance, the demand for yoga gear is outpacing growth of the sport itself.

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