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Two stolen bottles of Coca-Cola led Zachary police to a duplex Friday where they found two women, a 3-year-old girl and several animals living in conditions bad enough for the city to label the home "unlivable."
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Shares of Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated hit a new 52-week high on Friday, AR Network reports.
For years a new distillery on the Scottish whisky map was a major event however now, with the market bouyed by global demand, there are several new ventures on the horizon.
The British invasion Beverage companies continue their push into the healthier drinks territory.
Shares of the company behind the Keurig platform of single-serve coffee have nearly quadrupled since bottoming out two summers ago, and this week's developments have been encouraging.
With so much art swirling around the downtown-Miami Beach axis this week, it's hard to know where to start.
Why is that holiday gift giving makes us feel anxious and pressured? "I have twenty gifts to buy," a friend of mine moans.
Maryland is expected to release numbers Friday showing what progress has been made toward fixing Maryland's health insurance exchange, Lt.
A business school drop-out from Los Angeles wants to build what he calls the "Anheuser-Busch of marijuana," readying for the day when pot's "prohibition" fully ends in the U.S. Justin Hartfield, 29, dropped out of University of California, Irvine's part-time business school program to launch Emerald Ocean Capital with a business partner.
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Consultant Hank Moore said Wisconsin's dairy companies provide a shining example of competitors coming together for the good of the whole industry.
The investment will help expand the brewery's packaging operation and other production needs and is part of more than $39 million that has been invested in the facility since 2011, company officials said in a statement.
The brewery's general manager, Rick Shippey, says in a news release that the investment includes the addition of a slim package to one of the existing can lines.
The firm currently has an "outperform" rating on the stock. Williams Capital's price target would indicate a potential upside of 51.32% from the stock's previous close.