It has taken several years, but the giant merger between the two brewers is starting to pay off.
The streets were eerily empty Friday as residents obeyed requests to stay home. The city's economy is strong enough to withstand the shutdown, however.
The debacle over its fire-prone batteries has cost the aerospace giant $600 million to fix, but not any big order cancellations.
The global giant posted a 16% earnings gain and met Wall Street's estimates. Yet investors see nothing but its trouble in the eurozone.
CEO Indra Nooyi's strategy of branching out is paying off, and that's making her company a better bet for investors than rival Coca-Cola.
With only one dispensary for the entire state, patients must wait up to seven months for relief. That could soon change.
Both companies' earnings top estimates. Surprisingly, though, soda sales aren't the main reason.
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