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Jack Daniel's Resists Changes to Tenn. Whiskey Law

Tennessee distiller Jack Daniel's sees the hand of a chief competitor at work behind a proposed change in laws governing the definition of Tennessee whiskey.


Stock Futures Rise Despite Crimea Vote

The U.S. stock market was poised to open higher Monday, as investors brushed aside the ongoing political turmoil in Ukraine.


Keurig Adds Peet's coffee, Alters Starbucks deal

Keurig is giving its coffee lineup a jolt.


Quiznos Files for Chapter 11

Denver-based Quiznos has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to reduce its debt by more than $400 million after the chain lost ground to competitors.


FDIC Sues Big Banks Over Rate Manipulation

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has sued 16 big banks that set the key LIBOR global interest rate, accusing them of fraud and conspiring to keep the rate low to enrich themselves.


Stocks Close Lower Ahead of Crimea Vote

The U.S. stock market ended down as investors braced for a critical vote this weekend over the future of Ukraine's Crimean region.


FDIC Accuses Big Banks of Fraud, Conspiracy

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has sued 16 big banks that set the key London interbank offered rate, accusing them of fraud and conspiracy.


Jittery Investors Dumping Russian Stocks

Moscow stocks plunged to a four-year low Friday as worried investors bailed from the stock market ahead of a referendum on whether Crimea will try to leave Ukraine.


U.S. Consumer Sentiment Falls in Early March

Consumer sentiment took a surprise dip in early March as an unusually harsh winter gave Americans a dim outlook on the country's economic health.


Crude Gains on Escalating Ukraine Fears

Crude oil prices rose on Friday as tensions mounted in Ukraine, with fears brewing that a military standoff could disrupt global supply from Russia.


Ulta Shares Look Good on Strong Q4

Ulta shares soared Friday after the beauty products retailer reported an increase in its fourth-quarter profit of nearly 10 percent.


Bank of America Back in Court

A U.S. judge wrestled on Thursday with a DOJ request that Bank of America pay $2.1 billion in penalties for fraud over defective mortgages sold by its Countrywide unit.


Buffet Would Be 'Surprised' by Global Sell-off

Warren Buffet said Friday he'd be "surprised a lot" if global stock prices fell by half, but said another financial crisis was possible.


Liberty Media Drops Sirius Bid

Liberty Media is dropping its bid to buy the rest of satellite radio provider Sirius, as it moves to create two new tracking stock groups.


U.S. Stocks up Slightly in Early Trading

U.S. stocks moved up modestly in early trading as the market stabilizes at the end of a rocky week.


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