Orange-Juice Sales Fall to Record Low

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U.S. orange-juice retail sales fell to the lowest level on record as consumers continue to turn away from the beverage, once a staple of the American breakfast.

Aldi's Co-Founder Karl Albrecht, a Pioneer in Food Retailing, Dies at 94

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Karl Albrecht, a founder of discount supermarket chain Aldi and one of Germany's wealthiest men, has died at age 94.

Sales Weakness Tarnishes McDonald's Golden Arches

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Ahead of the Tape: Second-quarter results from McDonald's due Tuesday will show whether anemic sales performance has dented earnings.

EMC's Business Approach Faces Test

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EMC has long set itself apart with what it calls a 'federation' structure, comprised of units that can act cooperatively or independently. That approach now faces its stiffest test yet.

When Bigger Isn't Better for Banks

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Most chief executives want their companies to grow. Joseph Ficalora isn't so sure.

Allergan to Cut 13% of Workforce

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Allergan outlined plans to cut 13% of its workforce, part of a restructuring plan intended to save $475 million as the Botox maker looks to stave off an unsolicited $53 billion takeover bid from Valeant.

Wall Street Adapts to New Regulatory Regime

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Four years after the Dodd-Frank financial law became reality, Washington's regulatory machine is altering Wall Street in fundamental ways.

Surveys Show Shrinking Ranks of Uninsured

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Many credit Obamacare, along with the improving economy.

How much time should Hazmat - the friend of the Boston Marathon Bomber who got rid of evidence and was convicted today get?

The Leeway in Required IRA Withdrawals

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You can withdraw the total required amount from any one, or a combination, of IRA accounts.

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