• Cola-Cola Jolts Into Coffee With $5.1B Purchase Of U.K.'s Costa
    The Costa Limited coffee chain has grown to nearly 4,000 outlets in more than 30 countries around the world since its founding in London in 1971.
  • Aston Martin Revs Up Speculation That Its Cars, Scarves Will Go Public
    "Once saddled with heavy losses, the manufacturer of James Bond's car has been profitable for seven consecutive quarters," according to a company source.
  • Iconic Ermenegildo Zegna Group Dons Iconoclastic Thom Browne
    $500 million deal is the "latest example of a trendsetting independent fashion brand being bought by a larger luxury group," says one report.
  • Uber Gets $500M From Toyota, Expands E-Bike, Scooter Initiative
    Uber will integrate self-driving technology that the two companies develop together into Toyota Sienna minivans.
  • Musk Decides To Stay Public, Raising As Many Questions As Answers
    Shares in Tesla Inc. fell, "with some analysts suggesting it should either replace chief executive Elon Musk or appoint another strong senior manager," according to one story.
  • Major Study Finds Even A Drink Or Two A Day Is Harmful To Health
    Researchers "found no evidence that light drinking might help keep people healthy and said there's no evidence that drinking any alcohol at all improves health."
  • Oprah Wants A Piece Of The Frozen Pizza Pie Market
    Oprah Winfrey will unveil a frozen pizza line under the Kraft Heinz O, That's Good brand she launched with a line of soups and side dishes last year.
  • JPMorgan Enticing First-Time Investors With Up To 100 Free Trades
    The move could accelerate a fintech pricing war among the company's rivals. Indeed, shares of competitors took a big hit after the announcement yesterday.
  • Tyson Looks To Expand In Fast Foods With Purchase Of Keystone
    Tyson cites the deal as "furtherance of its growth strategy and expansion of its value-added protein capabilities," in a news release.
  • Pepsi Adds At-Home Fizz With $3.2B SodaStream Purchase
    Under the all-cash deal, Tel Aviv-based SodaStream will become an independent division of PepsiCo, with current management team intact.
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