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Feed America's hungry (and their pets), says nonprofit groupupdated: Sun Dec 25 2011 13:04:00

Food banks across the country kicked into high gear for the holiday season this week in an effort to feed America's hungry. But a few instead homed in on an often overlooked casualty of hard times -- the family pet.

CNNMoney: Deepening fears about Europe sink stocksupdated: Fri Sep 09 2011 16:39:00

Stocks ended sharply lower Friday, as bad news out of Europe kept piling up. The sell-off triggered the sixth weekly decline in seven weeks for the Dow and S&P 500.

CNNMoney: Earnings: The market's bright spotupdated: Sun Jul 03 2011 07:26:00

Hooray for earnings! The economy may be slowing, but don't expect too much of a hiccup in the upcoming earnings season.

As scope of e-mail hack grows, should you be worried?updated: Mon Apr 04 2011 11:10:00

The world's largest "permissions-based" e-mail marketing company, Epsilon, reported late last week that someone hacked into its computer system and stole an unknown number of e-mail addresses and names.

CNNMoney: Score a gas discount with coupons and dealsupdated: Fri Mar 11 2011 11:29:00

The recent run-up in gas prices is taking a big bite out of most consumers' budgets. But there are ways to save at the pump that don't involve driving less or buying a more fuel-efficient car.

Fortune: Stores within stores: Retail's savior?updated: Mon Jan 24 2011 15:59:00

Sometimes the best thing retailers can do these days is hand over part of their store to someone else.

Kroger announces select pet food recallupdated: Sun Dec 19 2010 17:19:00

The Kroger Co. is recalling select pet food packages from stores in 19 states fearing some of these products may contain aflatoxin, a toxic chemical byproduct that could be harmful to animals.

Company: Shards of glass in frozen veggie bags came from 1 lot of peasupdated: Mon Oct 18 2010 16:08:00

Five consumers who found shards of glass in their bags of frozen vegetables set off what has become a national recall that the products' supplier is tracing to a single lot of peas.

Veggies recalled due to glassupdated: Sun Oct 17 2010 19:56:00

Packages of frozen veggies sold by Wal-Mart nationwide and Kroger stores in the Southeast may contain glass fragments.

Supplier recalls frozen vegetables because of glass fragmentsupdated: Sun Oct 17 2010 19:56:00

Packages containing frozen vegetables sold by Wal-Mart nationwide and Kroger stores in the Southeast may contain glass fragments, the supplier said Friday in announcing a voluntary recall.

Kroger recalls potentially deadly ice creamupdated: Tue Jun 15 2010 08:23:00

Kroger is recalling some containers of its Deluxe Chocolate Paradise Ice Cream, sold in 17 states, because it may contain tree nuts that are not listed on the label, the grocery chain said Tuesday.

Fortune: How 3 small businesses stood up to larger competitorsupdated: Tue Mar 16 2010 05:44:00

The Little Clinic vs. CVS MinuteClinic

CNNMoney: Treasurys advance in thin tradingupdated: Mon Sep 28 2009 17:40:00

Treasurys recovered from earlier losses Monday as investors succumbed to ongoing economic concerns despite a rally in the stock market.

California plant recalls 1 million pounds of pistachio productsupdated: Mon Mar 30 2009 23:05:00

A California food processing plant is voluntarily recalling up to 1 million pounds of roasted pistachio products that may have been contaminated with salmonella, the Food and Drug Administration announced Monday.

CNNMoney: Dow up 200 as Citi lifts stocksupdated: Tue Mar 10 2009 10:42:00

Stocks rallied Tuesday morning after Citigroup said it was profitable in the first two months of the year, and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke spoke of the need for an overhaul of the financial system.

FSB: Organic growth: How Amy's Kitchen got startedupdated: Thu Feb 19 2009 09:40:00

Like many busy couples, Andy and Rachel Berliner turned to frozen dinners when home cooking wasn't on the agenda. One night in 1987 they came up with a better idea. The result: organic powerhouse Amy's Kitchen.

Supermarket chain joins peanut-product recallupdated: Mon Feb 02 2009 23:10:00

Kroger -- a grocery chain with stores in 31 states -- has issued a recall for foods made with peanut products, widening recalls related to the Peanut Corporation of America.

CNNMoney: Kroger joins peanut butter recallupdated: Mon Feb 02 2009 07:47:00

Kroger - a grocery store chain with stores in 31 states - has issued a recall for foods made with peanut products, widening recalls related to the Peanut Corporation of America.

Ohio workers hit lottery jackpotupdated: Wed Dec 17 2008 16:49:00

Fourteen city workers and one retired city worker in the western Ohio town of Piqua claimed a $207 million 12-state lottery prize Wednesday.

15 Workers win $207,000,000updated: Wed Dec 17 2008 16:49:00

In the Mega Millions Lotto, 15 municipal employees in Piqua, Ohio claimed the $207 million jackpot.

CNNMoney: Stocks slide at the openupdated: Tue Sep 16 2008 09:41:00

Stocks slipped Tuesday morning as investors considered Goldman Sachs' mixed profit report and the latest Federal Reserve policy meeting, after the previous session's brutal selloff. E. Coli Linked to Beef in 5 statesupdated: Tue Jul 15 2008 20:00:00

An E. coli outbreak traced to recalled beef in Michigan and Ohio has spawned cases in three other states, U.S. health officials said Tuesday

Money Magazine: New ways to save on drugsupdated: Wed Jul 02 2008 05:45:00

We've reached a dubious health milestone: More than half of insured Americans are now taking at least one "maintenance" drug for a chronic condition, according to a recent health industry report. Raw Tomatoes Linked to Salmonellaupdated: Tue Jun 10 2008 07:00:00

Federal officials hunted for the source of a 16-state salmonella outbreak linked to three types of raw tomatoes, while the list of supermarkets and restaurants yanking those varieties from shelves and dishes grew

FSB: After the Wal-Mart dealupdated: Mon May 26 2008 23:53:00

I became an inventor while working two jobs and taking night classes in Columbus. Every Monday, to reward my efforts, I'd treat myself to barbecued Buffalo wings - extra-saucy ones - for dinner.

CNNMoney: Wal-Mart unveils moves to pull in stimulus moneyupdated: Tue Apr 29 2008 10:16:00

In a move designed to attract consumers' rebate money, Wal-Mart Stores said Tuesday it will let shoppers cash their federal stimulus checks for free at its stores and offer additional discounts on groceries.

CNNMoney: Smart moves for your stimulus checkupdated: Mon Apr 28 2008 12:31:00

You may be getting your economic stimulus payment as early as today. The Bush administration wants you to spend that money. But here are some smart ideas on what you can do with your money.

CNNMoney: Kroger profit weighed down by inflationupdated: Tue Mar 11 2008 21:02:00

Kroger Co., the No. 1 U.S. grocery store operator, said Tuesday that inflation helped reduce fiscal fourth-quarter profit, but the results surpassed analysts' estimates.

Beer prices could doubleupdated: Tue Dec 11 2007 10:25:00

CNN's Frederik Pleitgen explains why German beer prices could soon go through the roof.

CNNMoney: Stocks move forward at openupdated: Tue Dec 11 2007 09:40:00

Stocks gained ground at the start of trading Tuesday as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates.

Fortune: Kroger's secret weaponupdated: Tue Nov 27 2007 13:05:00

Shoppers like Amy Thomas are ubiquitous in the aisles of American grocery stores these days. Suburban mom, 39, three young kids, works part time in a hospital. She watches every penny, but doesn't have much time to clip coupons. "Other than for diapers, I don't clip," she says.

Fortune: Kicking the buyback habitupdated: Tue Nov 27 2007 11:40:00

Like holiday shoppers maxing out their credit cards, the nation's retailers have been racking up debt buying back their own stock. Now their bills are coming due.

CNNMoney: Stocks surge on rate cutupdated: Tue Sep 18 2007 04:07:00

Stocks rallied Tuesday after the Federal Reserve cut a key short-term interest rate by a half-percentage point, reassuring investors that it was taking aggressive action amid the credit and mortgage market meltdown.

CNNMoney: Another spinach recallupdated: Fri Aug 31 2007 03:41:00

Another spinach recall

CNNMoney: Kroger recalls potato salads on E. coli worriesupdated: Fri Aug 31 2007 03:41:00

Kroger Co. said Friday the grocery chain was recalling its store-brand "Southern-Style" and "Mustard" potato salads because of concerns they have been tainted with E. coli bacteria, according to state agricultural officials.

CNNMoney: Green beans recalled on botulism fearsupdated: Mon Aug 06 2007 07:37:00

Consumers should not eat certain brands of French-cut green beans because of concerns they could be tainted with the toxin that causes botulism, U.S. health officials warned Friday.

CNNMoney: Castleberry expands food recallupdated: Sun Jul 22 2007 21:35:00

Castleberry's Food Co. is expanding its recall of hot dog chili sauce and canned meat products to 88 human products and four canned dog food products due to the threat of botulism.

CNNMoney: Grocery workers reach pactupdated: Wed Jul 18 2007 07:31:00

Grocery workers in Southern California and three major supermarket chains reached a tentative agreement on a new contract, both parties said on Tuesday, ending fears that had loomed for months of a possible strike or lockout.

Fortune: Walgreen Ranks No. 44 on the 2007 Fortune 500updated: Tue Jun 12 2007 15:14:00

Walgreen (WAG) ranks no. 44 on FORTUNE's list of America's largest corporations.

Fortune: Kroger Ranks No. 26 on the 2007 Fortune 500updated: Fri Jun 08 2007 15:20:00

Kroger (KR) ranks no. 26 on FORTUNE's list of America's largest corporations.

CNNMoney: Pet food maker expands recall pushupdated: Mon Mar 19 2007 07:38:00

A pet food producer announced Monday that it has beefed up its call center and Web site after a massive recall of its "cuts and gravy" style dog and cat food found in 90 private-label store brands linked to pet deaths and illness.

Fortune: Kroger ranks No. 73 on FORTUNE's 2006 Global 500updated: Thu Sep 21 2006 12:25:00

Kroger ranks no. 73 on FORTUNE's Global 500 this year, with $60.6 billion in revenues, up 7.3% from the previous year. The Cincinnati, Ohio-based company was ranked no. 67 on the 2005 list. Its 2005 profits were $1.0 billion. 2005 was a banner year for most Global 500 companies.

CNNMoney: Food industry mulls 'killer spinach' impactupdated: Fri Sep 15 2006 12:17:00

Growers, grocers and restaurants say it is too soon to tell what kind of economic impact a Food and Drug Administration warning about the E. coli risk associated with bagged spinach could have.

Fortune: Serwer: Betting on a head rollingupdated: Tue Sep 12 2006 08:31:00

Was down on the floor of the NYSE during the 9/11 moment of silence yesterday and, boy, was that emotional. Producer Ashley says they should keep the two pillars of light up every night, instead of building the Freedom Tower. Hmmm.....

Fortune: Kroger ranks No. 21 on the 2006 FORTUNE 500updated: Tue Apr 04 2006 11:40:00

Kroger ranks no. 21 on this year's list of the FORTUNE 500, with $60,552.9 million in revenues, up 7.3% from the previous year. The Cincinnati-based company was ranked no. 21 on the 2005 list. Its 2005 profits were $958 million.

CNNMoney: Dining trends: Self-service=quick serviceupdated: Mon Mar 27 2006 13:19:00

New technology innovations could soon force the restaurant industry to rejigger an often-used acronym -- QSR, or quick-service restaurant -- to SSR, or self-service restaurant, instead.

Fortune: 3 stocks: 1 buy, and some food for thoughtupdated: Tue Mar 07 2006 09:37:00

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS: Stock will be under pressure this morning as it just announced its first-quarter sales will not meet forecast. Sort of a surprise since Nokia is T-I's biggest customer, and the giant Finnish telco maker had recently made sales gains. TXN was down almost 4% this morning and I think that represents a buying opportunity, and here's why. T-I is the biggest maker of mobile phone chips in the world. Obviously this is a great business. Company is big in 3G technology and sales are going boffo there too. (This stumble has nothing to with Intel's gaffe the other day.) A buying opportunity.

CNNMoney: Wal-Mart, Kroger, Safeway better watch out. The British are coming!updated: Fri Feb 24 2006 06:53:00

Wal-Mart, Kroger, Safeway, 7-Eleven -- be warned.

CNNMoney: Cherry-vanilla water buffalo ice creamupdated: Wed Dec 07 2005 11:42:00

How about a nice scoop of cherry-vanilla water buffalo ice cream? No? Perhaps a hot fudge sundae instead, with mint chocolate chip yak ice cream? C'mon ya wimp ...

Business 2.0: Showing Products in a Better Lightupdated: Thu Sep 01 2005 00:01:00

This was one of those things you just had to see to believe. Jihad Rizkallah knew it would be tough to make his case for investing in more expensive lighting at the $11 billion Stop & Shop supermar...

CNNMoney: Tentative early Tuesdayupdated: Tue Jun 21 2005 09:21:00

Stocks were mixed early Tuesday, as investors welcomed falling bond yields and oil prices, but remained wary as crude hovered near $60 a barrel.

Fortune: 25 Breakout Companiesupdated: Mon May 16 2005 00:01:00


CNNMoney: An oily week aheadupdated: Fri Dec 03 2004 11:01:00

Oil prices, which fell sharply this past week, are poised to be a key driver of U.S. markets this coming week, which concludes with an OPEC meeting on Friday.

Fortune: Howl For Allen Ginsberg (and Alan Greenspan too!)updated: Mon Apr 05 2004 00:01:00


CNNMoney: Drop-in daycare: business as usual?updated: Thu Mar 18 2004 17:10:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Iseult Devlin and her husband Wayne Lavertu met while they were both sharing the rent on a winter ski lodge with a bunch of other singles and ski enthusiasts.

Business 2.0: Who's Minding The Store? Overwhelmed by the complexities of today's marketplace, retailers are essentially letting vendors run mupdated: Sat Feb 01 2003 00:01:00

Borders Group used to pride itself on stocking its bookstores with the widest selection possible in a brick-and-mortar establishment. In its cooking section, for instance, there were always more th...

Money Magazine: A Natural Phenomenon Organic foods is a flourishing industry--for consumers and investors alike.updated: Fri Nov 01 2002 00:01:00

If you think organic foods are just for bourgeois bohemians--Birkenstock-wearing, tofu-eating baby boomers--well, think again. The organic foods industry has mushroomed over the past decade into an...

Fortune: Ahead of the Curveupdated: Mon Oct 28 2002 00:01:00

Nearly three months after we introduced the FORTUNE 40 in our annual Retirement Guide (see "Value and Vroom: The Fortune 40" on, our diversified stock and bond portfolio is up a modest...

Money Magazine: 7 traits of successful companiesupdated: Wed Oct 09 2002 16:49:00

To celebrate its 30th anniversary, MONEY Magazine asked Ned Davis Research to find the 30 best-performing stocks since 1972.

Fortune: Meet Your New Neighborhood Grocer Wal-Mart has muscled its way into the food business. Now competitors are scrambling to keep upupdated: Mon May 13 2002 00:01:00

To say that Kimberly Rutkowski is an organized grocery shopper is to seriously understate the case. Rutkowski and her husband, Sean, live with their daughter, Ashley, 5, and son, Tyler, 2, in a mod...

Money Magazine: Supermarket Sweep After a great two-year run, the top chains are poised for another round of growth.updated: Tue Jan 01 2002 00:01:00

Quick--pick a growth stock. What comes to mind? Tech? Pharmaceuticals? How about supermarkets? No, we're not kidding. Rampant consolidation has created gargantuan grocers whose ability to cut costs...

Money Magazine: Looking for Mo' Despite their best efforts, top growth managers are struggling in this value market.updated: Sat Dec 01 2001 00:01:00

Funny how words can come back to haunt. At a March 1999 investment roundtable, growth guru Robert Turner was extolling the prospects of Internet-infrastructure companies like At Home and Cisco Syst...

Money Magazine: Safe Havens War, terror, recession, bear markets: Now is the time for 10 good stocks to come to the aid of your portfolio.updated: Thu Nov 01 2001 00:01:00

Is there such a thing as a safe stock? Considering all the pain caused by this bear market (made more excruciating by the carnage of Sept. 11), investors can be forgiven for asking. There's just no...

Money Magazine: Elaine Garzarelli Chairman of Garzarelli Capital. Famous for calling the 1987 crash.updated: Sun Nov 01 1998 00:01:00

STOCKS Dell, Centex, Travelers, Chase Manhattan, McDonald's, Kroger, Philip Morris, Texas Instruments, Lehman Bros., QEP Co.


All I wanted was a cool birthday cake for my kid. Stephen, zeroing in on age 9, had passed through phases of fascination with Thomas the Tank Engine, dinosaurs, dolphins, and killer whales. Now we ...

Money Magazine: Eight Blue Chips To Bank On These big, regal-looking companies promise returns of 13% or more in 1998's choppy stock market.updated: Mon Dec 15 1997 00:01:00

With their impeccable pedigrees, blue-chip companies are the royalty of the investing world. But recently, many seem to be in danger of losing their crowns. At a time when the market as a whole is ...


According to Money's forecast, fast-growing small companies figure to be the stock market's headliners in 1995, turning in gains that could reach well into double digits. Even so, every investor in...

Money Magazine: THE MONEY/NORDBY CITIES INDEX Best cities for stocks L.A. IS TOPS FOR STOCKS IN THE FIRST QUARTERupdated: Sun May 01 1994 00:01:00

Los Angeles was the U.S. city with the best-performing stocks in the first three months of 1994, according to the exclusive Money/Nordby Cities Index, which is composed of a series of indexes of st...

Money Magazine: MONEY RANKS THE S&P 500 Here's how all 500 stocks measure up -- plus a spotlight on the 10 that may lead the rest.updated: Fri Oct 01 1993 00:01:00

When professional investors talk about "the stock market," they don't mean the oft-cited Dow Jones industrial average. Rather, they're thinking of the far broader Standard & Poor's 500-stock price ...

Fortune: COMPANIES TO WATCHupdated: Mon Dec 14 1992 00:01:00

BED BATH & BEYOND The much maligned middle manager may finally have found a home at Bed Bath & Beyond. The household goods chain offers shoppers a cornucopia of high- quality, bargain-priced towels...

Fortune: GLUM, YES, BUT STILL SPENDINGupdated: Mon Nov 16 1992 00:01:00

Consumer confidence has been tumbling for four straight months. According to University of Michigan polls, it is now at the lowest point since February, and consumers are even more depressed than t...

Fortune: WHY KIDS SHOULD LEARN ABOUT WORK They don't know much now. For a better work force -- with a better work ethic -- updated: Mon Aug 10 1992 00:01:00

WHAT DO KIDS know about the world of work, that mysterious adult realm hidden behind the concrete walls of factories and the reflective windows of office towers? Not much, and not nearly enough to ...

Fortune: CATERPILLAR'S UNION FALLOUTupdated: Mon May 18 1992 00:01:00

Sometimes unions have the last laugh. Although the United Auto Workers seem to have caved in to Caterpillar CEO Don Fites's threat to replace its members with nonunion workers, hiring permanent rep...

Money Magazine: COME SOAR WITH COMPANIES THAT ARE DUMPING THEIR DEBTupdated: Mon Jul 01 1991 00:01:00

The 1990s may be remembered as the decade of due bills, as companies scramble to repay the enormous sums they borrowed in the 1980s to finance acquisitions and leveraged buy-outs. Some firms, such ...

Fortune: PORTFOLIO TALK WHERE TO FIND BOUNTY IN BONDSupdated: Mon May 20 1991 00:01:00

Even though the stock market stole the show this spring, with Standard & Poor's 500-stock index appreciating 15% since the beginning of the year, Peter Nadosy says the rest of 1991 will belong to b...

Fortune: HOW TO FIND STOCKS THAT CAN OUTRUN A BULL MARKETupdated: Mon Mar 11 1991 00:01:00

Sweet surprises: If you liked them as a kid, you'll love them as an investor. As earnings for the last quarter of 1990 roll out, betting on companies that surpass analysts' estimates can give you s...


BONDS HAVE FARED better than stocks this year, but that isn't saying much. Total return has generally amounted to only a few percentage points, while prices have behaved like a yo-yo. Early in the ...

Fortune: SHOPPING BY FAXupdated: Mon Jul 30 1990 00:01:00

The hottest weapon in the cutthroat battle among supermarkets is the fax machine. Chains across the U.S. -- from Simon David in Dallas to Roth's Foodliner in Salem, Oregon -- have installed fax mac...

Fortune: A&P: GRANDMA TURNS A KILLER In the Eighties the company's rivals added more leverage than stores. A&P, meanwhile, was buupdated: Mon Apr 23 1990 00:01:00

ABOUT TEN YEARS AGO competitors of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. had a chance to kill off their ancient foe. Grandma, as A&P used to be known, was on life support, but competitors could not ...

Money Magazine: STOCKS THAT OUTPACE DEBT-HEAVY RIVALSupdated: Thu Mar 01 1990 00:01:00

''If the '80s was the decade of deal stocks, the '90s will be the decade of quality stocks,'' predicts Bob Chesek, manager of Phoenix Growth Fund. Nowhere do such stocks stand out more clearly than...


It's no secret: The party in junk bonds is over. Whacked by widespread selling, the return from junk fell to 4% last year. The new year has been no kinder. Rocked by the $3.8 billion default of Cam...

Fortune: WHAT CONSUMERS WANT IN THE 1990s Aging is in, fitness fanaticism is going out, and with casual sex on the wane, people are lookiupdated: Mon Jan 29 1990 00:01:00

BEEN WATCHING much prime-time TV lately? Have you noticed what has happened to commercials? Suddenly all those highly polished, career-obsessed men and women, who through most of the Eighties worke...

Fortune: IF YOU CRAVE MORE THRILLS, TRY 'STUBS'updated: Mon Nov 20 1989 00:01:00

Suppose you're investing calmly on the fundamentals as described above but still want an occasional diversion. Stub stocks may offer just the right kind of roller-coaster ride for a spare $5,000. T...

Fortune: 'WE NEED YUPPIES IN MOSCOW' Soviet managers attend a U.S. business school. They flub accounting, do well in strategy, and learn updated: Mon Nov 20 1989 00:01:00

Vodka, sex, and ammunition . . . The ingredients of the lecture on cost accounting made 20 Soviet managers sit up and pay attention. They were attending a three-week course at Wake Forest Universit...

Fortune: KROGER IN THE RINGupdated: Mon Oct 24 1988 00:01:00

Does this match sound familiar? First round: The value-hunting Herbert Haft family puts a supermarket company in play with an unfriendly offer. Second round: Kohlberg Kravis Roberts comes in with a...

Fortune: RETAILERS FLY INTO HYPERSPACE The French created hypermarkets, and U.S. merchandisers wish they had kept them home. But consumerupdated: Mon Oct 24 1988 00:01:00

SOMETIME in the mid-1990s Americans will have just two gargantuan emporiums in which to shop. One will be east of the Mississippi River and one west, each extending over hundreds of miles and numer...

Fortune: Smart shoppingupdated: Mon May 11 1987 00:01:00

In the new age of supermarket shopping Mr. Whipple may be replaced by a robot. In a high-tech supermarket, a computer changes the price tags, video display terminals offer recipes and recommend win...

Money Magazine: Rewarding ragtopsupdated: Wed Apr 01 1987 00:01:00

In a rambunctious stock market, convertible bonds are especially appealing to conservative investors. A typical convertible can be exchanged at the owner's option for shares of the same company's c...

Fortune: JUST HOW GOOD IS THE GREAT A&P? Despite a much heralded turnaround -- with rising profits, spiffy new supermarkets, and lotsupdated: Mon Mar 16 1987 00:01:00

ASK SUPERMARKET executives who regularly clang shopping carts with the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. how much of a competitor it is and the answer is mostly, ''Not much.'' Maybe they haven't not...

Fortune: A SURPRISINGLY SEXY COMPUTER MARRIAGE Computerdom's biggest merger ever, the $4.8-billion union of Burroughs and Sperry has beenupdated: Mon Nov 24 1986 00:01:00

A CHORUS OF CATCALLS last May greeted the news that W. Michael Blumenthal, the wily, iconoclastic chairman and chief executive of Burroughs Corp., was buying Sperry Corp. in a massive $4.8-billion ...

Fortune: THE STRUGGLE OVER SPERRY'S FUTURE Once IBM's biggest competitor, Sperry Corp. has sunk to No. 7 in the U.S. computer business. Aupdated: Mon Dec 09 1985 00:01:00

WHOEVER RENTS Sperry Corp.'s midtown Manhattan headquarters when the company moves out next year will inherit a battlefield. Sperry spent three years there at war with itself, as dissenting executi...

Fortune: COKE AND PEPSI STOMP ON THE LITTLE GUYS The soft-drink giants are pouring lots of money into U.S. supermarkets to get the best dupdated: Mon Jan 07 1985 00:01:00

IN THAT CLUTTERED AREA at the end of your supermarket's soft-drink aisle, Coca-Cola and Pepsi-Cola bottlers are fighting a ferocious war. Stacked high with eight-packs and two-liter bottles and ad...

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