Coke Acquires Chinese Drinks Business

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Coca-Cola has agreed to buy a Chinese drinks business that makes ‘multigrain beverages’ with flavors such as red bean, walnut and oats.

Nuclear Power Goes Begging, Likely at Consumers' Expense

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Electricity producers in several U.S. states are asking for hundreds of millions of dollars in support to keep nuclear power plants in business—most likely at the expense of consumers.

Moore's Law Shows Its Age

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The 50-year-old theorem about computing power is reaching limits amid the many new steps needed to turn silicon wafers into the latest computer chips.

Mexico's Energy Overhaul Draws Geological-Data Firms

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The opening of Mexico’s energy sector to private and foreign companies is drawing dozens of geological-data firms that plan to search for undiscovered oil riches.

Netflix Gets Star Treatment Abroad

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Broadband companies around the world, unlike their U.S. counterparts, have rolled out the red carpet for Netflix.

América Móvil Clears Wireless-Towers Spinoff

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Mexican telecom company América Móvil approved the spinoff of its cellular towers into a separate company, part of a restructuring plan that will see billionaire Carlos Slim competing for the first time to rent infrastructure to rivals in the mobile market.

Regulators Act on Oil Trains' Safety

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U.S. regulators are urging railroads to change the way they deal with wheel defects, saying the problem may have caused a fiery oil-train derailment in Illinois last month.

Alibaba Fined for Pricing Issues

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The Chinese government has fined Alibaba Group for pricing issues with products sold on its online marketplaces dating to Singles’ Day in 2013.

Frederick's of Hollywood Preparing Bankruptcy Filing

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Frederick’s of Hollywood is preparing to file for bankruptcy as soon as Sunday, according to people familiar with the matter, after shutting down all of its stores and signaling plans to become an online-only retailer.

Apple Pay Plans to Launch in Canada

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Apple is planning to launch its mobile payments service in Canada this fall, marking the start of its international expansion of Apple Pay.

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