New Pepsi Goes to Amazon

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PepsiCo is going to the Web to launch its newest soft drink, a mid-calorie soda called Pepsi True, which will be sold exclusively through Amazon.com.

Nike Delays Launch of LeBron 12s

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Nike said the launch of the new LeBron 12 basketball shoes would be delayed indefinitely due to a small cosmetic issue it didn't identify.

In Germany's Far East, Turning a Movie Set Into a Luxury Store

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Why open a luxury store in one of Germany's poorest towns? Because it's on the eastern border and looking to tap big spenders from Poland and the Czech Republic.

Ebola Case in U.S. Gives Airline Investors the Jitters

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The first Ebola case diagnosed in the U.S. gave airline investors the jitters on Wednesday, as they tried to gauge the potential impact of the episode on demand for air travel.

Investors Place Bets on Argentine Stocks

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Argentina's contentious debt default and a worsening recession haven't stopped investors with a tolerance for risk from pouring into its stock market; the main index is up 118% this year.

RBC Trading-Desk Spinoff Nixed By Regulators

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The Royal Bank of Canada dropped a plan to spin off a lucrative proprietary-trading business after the Securities and Exchange Commission rejected the move.

New Vaccines Target Deadly Virus in Pigs

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Drug companies are racing to create vaccines to stifle a deadly swine virus that has roiled the U.S. meat industry and pushed pork prices to record highs.

Coke Changes Executive Pay Plan

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Coca-Cola, bowing to pressure from lead investor Warren Buffett, announced changes to its executive-pay plan that will result in fewer stock awards.

At Work: More Reasons Not to Watch the Clock

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New Study Shows Employees Are More Creative, Happier Without a Clock

Legume Used in Fracking Is 4-Letter Word to Investor, Farmers

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In the race to the new riches of the oil patch, one Wall Street firm and hundreds of farmers have slipped on a skinny green legume known as guar.

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