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  • Clear Beer? Don’t Judge a Drink by Its Color

    • By Megumi Fujikawa, Suryatapa Bhattacharya

    Japanese beverage makers are increasingly producing products that look like water but taste like other drinks, betting that consumers want the taste of Coke or beer in a healthier-looking clear liquid. Flavored, bottled water sales have more than doubled in both the U.S. and Japan in the past five years.

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  • Why It’s So Hard to Be an ‘Ethical’ Investor

    • By Jon Sindreu, Sarah Kent

    Some mutual funds are rebranding with buzzy phrases like “ethical” and “sustainable,” but that doesn’t necessarily mean they have changed the investments they hold.

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  • Silicon Valley Myths Aside, Time Is on the Side of Aging Entrepreneurs

    • By Irving Wladawsky-Berger

    Founders in their early 20s have the lowest likelihood of achieve a successful exit, and a founder at age 50 is almost twice as likely to achieve a successful exit than one at age 30, columnist Irving Wladawsky-Berger writes, citing recent economic research.

  • Coke Adds Coffee to Its Drinks Mix in $5.1 Billion Deal

    • By Ian Walker, Jennifer Maloney

    Coca-Cola made the largest brand acquisition in its history, buying British coffee-shop chain Costa as the soda giant joins a growing group of consumer-goods companies that are betting big on coffee.

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  • Natural Gas Rises on Late Summer Demand

    • By Dan Molinski

    Natural-gas prices ended higher for a third straight session Friday on signs of strong late-summer demand, even as analysts warned an upcoming weather cool-down could drop prices quickly.

  • Trade Concerns Push Down Stocks

    • By Akane Otani, Riva Gold

    U.S. stocks slipped Friday, but remained on track to end August higher, as renewed fears around trade policy drove investors out of major indexes around the world.

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  • Sage Against the Machine

    • By Tunku Varadarajan

    A leading Google critic on why he thinks the era of ‘big data’ is done, why he opposes Trump’s talk of regulation, and the promise of blockchain.

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  • Elon Musk Faces His Own Worst Enemy

    • By Rolfe Winkler, Tim Higgins, Tripp Mickle

    The visionary entrepreneur seeks to ferry mankind to Mars and investors to prosperity. His ego may be all that stands in the way.

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  • Broadcom Has Been Punished Enough

    • By Dan Gallagher

    Broadcom’s latest move left many investors scratching their heads. In that confusion may lie a buying opportunity.

  • Qualified Opportunity Funds Could Be a Boon for Distressed Investors

    • By Timothy Walsh, Darren Azman and Ravi Vohra

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 made significant changes to U.S. federal tax law. One of these changes, embodied in the Investing in Opportunity Act, will soon allow investors to defer a nearly unlimited amount of capital gains by reinvesting those gains in assets located in impoverished areas called “opportunity zones,” or “O-zones.”

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  • Why Walmart Shoppers are Finding More Items ‘Out of Stock’

    • By Sarah Nassauer

    Walmart has begun telling online shoppers that some products in its warehouses are “out of stock” after the retailer changed its e-commerce systems to avoid orders deemed too expensive to ship.

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