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Brazil's drought creates a surge in global coffee prices

May 30, 2014
The world's biggest coffee producing country has been hit with a major drought. And the effects are trickling around the world.
Global coffee consumption continues to rise.
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Stocks in Japan are up, but will the economy follow?

Nov 28, 2013
Today, the Japan Nikkei Index went up another 1.8 percent to get very close to a six year high.

"If Spain had the capability of the NSA, they'd do it too."

Oct 28, 2013
The BBC's Tom Burridge takes the temperature of Spaniards in Madrid over allegations of NSA call-monitoring.

UAW and Volkswagen in talks to unionize U.S. car plant

Sep 4, 2013
'Worker's councils' will be like labor unions-lite.

3-D TV is dead! Long live 3-D TV

Jul 16, 2013
A few years back, it was all the TV world could talk about. But now with some high-profile cancellations, it seems 3D TV wasn't all it was cracked up to be.

'Going forward': 2012's best and worst corporate lingo

Jan 8, 2013
The corporate world is full of jargon and marketing fluff. Financial Times columnist Lucy Kellaway shares her round up of the best and worst of the lingo.

Marketplace Live: What a difference four years does not make

Sep 28, 2012
Subprime Meltdown. The Collapse of Lehman Brothers. Too Big To Fail. Those headlines dominated the global news in 2008. But how are they playing out this election year?

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