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Budweiser no longer among America's top three beers, according to sales estimates

Budweiser may advertise itself as the “king of beers,” but it just got demoted to fourth-in-line for the throne.   According to industry sales estimates shared in Beer Marketer’s Insights, Bu

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Employees at some Tim Hortons reportedly see benefits cut over minimum wage hike

Employees who work at Tim Hortons locations in Canada owned by the co-founders’ children will reportedly see their benefits reduced along with paid breaks over the country’s $2.40 increase to minimum wage.

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CRYPTO: How the heck do I buy Ripple?

It appears the seal has been broken on the crypto currencies market. For the outsider, “crypto currency” is a term that sounds similar to a villain in a Batman movie. To the insider, it is the future of value

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Q&A: What companies' departure from Catalonia means

BARCELONA, Spain –  More companies are deciding to move their official base out of the Spanish region of Catalonia as tensions grow over the local government's push to declare independence.   He

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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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Verizon’s cheaper 'unlimited' data plan means serious tradeoffs

    Verizon expands 'unlimited' data options                 Verizon has announced two new data plans that redefine unlimit