San Francisco is taking the energy drink maker to court over possible health consequences of children consuming caffeine.
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A record 47.8 million people are enrolled in the program despite the recession's end and a stronger economy.
A new study finds that these popular beverages may cause an erratic heartbeat and other health problems. It's the latest blow to the industry.
It's marketing itself as a beverage instead of a supplement to qualify for sale to millions of consumers on the government program.
Stocks are slightly higher despite a weaker-than-expected estimate on GDP growth.
Goldman initiates retailers, including Michael Kors with a 'conviction buy' and Coach with a 'sell.'
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