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Starbucks has a new enemy

America's largest shopping mall operator is suing Starbucks — over its tea.   Last month, Starbucks announced it would close all 379 of its Teavana stores next year. But in a lawsuit filed last week

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US second-quarter GDP growth revised up to 3 percent

The U.S. economy grew faster than initially thought in the second quarter, notching its quickest pace in more than two years, and there are signs that the momentum was sustained at the start of the third quarter. &nbs

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Target to release line of $5 wines

Move over, Trader Joe's Two Buck Chuck — there’s a new bottle in town.   Beginning September 3, Target’s brand new line of inexpensive wine, at just $5 a bottle, can be found on

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PIRATE CODE Illegal fight streams may have contained trap

A mysterious code reportedly appeared in some pirated streams of Saturday’s much-hyped fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor, sparking suspicions that someone was trying to find out who was watching

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Amazon rewrites rule book for grocers

  Price cuts on staples at Whole Foods (WFM) are aimed at boosting traffic at rivals' expense   This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of WSJ.com articles that also app

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Applebee's giving up?

If any millennials out there are interested in half-priced apps, they might wanna get ‘em before they’re gone.   Despite earnest attempts to keep pace with millennial consumers, casual dining chain