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Beer Trade Group Sizes Up Rival Beverages

The Beer Institute, which includes Anheuser-Busch and MillerCoors representatives, meets in New York City this week amid flagging beer shipment volumes. MillerCoors CEO Tom Long told Advertising Age that companies need to work together to beat nonbeer competitors. Wine consumption has been increasing the past couple of decades.
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News In Spain, Greece Sends European Stocks Diving

European stocks took a nosedive Monday as investors worried more than ever that Spain may need a full-fledged sovereign bailout. Two regions in Spain said they'll ask the country's central government for bailouts, and local Spanish media say several other regions could follow suit. And, of course, Greece remains in the center of the crisis in Europe.
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Olympic Athletes Go For Gold, And Green

Over the next two weeks, thousands of athletes will compete in the London Olympics. And it's not just gold they're after, but also green. Sponsorships will earn swimmer Ryan Lochte almost $2 million, Forbes estimates. But even lesser-known athletes have the chance to make a buck.
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Silicon Valley Boot Camp Aims To Boost Diversity

By a recent estimate, 1 percent of America's technology entrepreneurs are black. And only 8 percent of tech companies are founded by women. A new boot camp aims to give these entrepreneurs pointers so they can get their startups off the ground.
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Just How Blind Are Blind Trusts, Anyway?

Mitt Romney, like other candidates before him, has stressed that his investments are in a blind trust. But some trusts are blinder than others.
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Ni Hao, Siri! Apple Woos Asia, In Two Charts

Apple is giving China a lot of attention for good reason: The Asia & Pacific region, including China, made up about a third of the company's sales in the fiscal year that ended September 30.

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