The retail giant's plans to roll out more of its 'neighborhood markets' could be bad news for urban bargain shops.
For the third day in a row, stocks may open lower.
Goldman downgrades Royal Dutch Shell to 'sell' and upgrades ConocoPhillips to 'neutral.'
Stocks are higher as jobless claims fall to their lowest weekly level in years.
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A map of the coffee giant's locations turns up some interesting details. For example, the farthest you can get from a company-owned shop in America is 140 miles.
The expanding peanut butter recall now affects products sold at Target, Whole Foods and Safeway.
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