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What the New Monster Buyback Means for Shareholders Now

Monster Beverage Corporation (NASDAQ: MNST) may not sound like an old well-established company that needs to consider buying back its stock, but it already had a buyback plan. After the close ...
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California Living Up To 25 Percent Water Cut Mandate

Asking an entire state to use 25% less water may sound easy in the asking portion of an equation, but implementing such efforts and actually living up to such efforts ...
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Keurig Kold Stumble Could Bring a Big Accidental Victory for SodaStream

Keurig Green Mountain Inc. (NASDAQ: GMCR) was supposed to see its next big leg up in the business come from its arrangement that ties in with Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE: KO), ...
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Starbucks Stops Sourcing Ethos Water From California

California Governor Jerry Brown should be pleased with Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ: SBUX). The coffee chain will stop using the state as a source for its Ethos Water. Fortunately, Starbucks has other ...
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Why American Water Works Dividend Hikes Should Continue for Years

American Water Works Co. Inc. (NYSE: AWK) is at it again, raising its dividend for investors. There is a reason that 24/7 Wall St. still believes that this water utility ...
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9 States Running Out of Water

For many states, the rainy season is over, and most of the Western United States is now locked into a fourth consecutive year of drought. The imminent dry summer is ...
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California Mandatory Water Reductions – The First of Many?

California's water shortage might not be new, but the efforts to deal with such shortages have taken a new turn. The Governor of California, Edmund G. Brown Jr. -- Jerry ...
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World Water Shortage Is the Worst in 15 Years

Global demand for fresh water will outpace supply by 40% in 2030 as the world’s population increases and consumption patterns change. Increasing urbanization, the demand for more food (and water ...
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California Is Running Out of Water

The U.S. Drought Monitor analysis and maps provided by the NOAA and University of Nebraska have shown that most of California has suffered from "exceptional drought" for months or longer. ...
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Merrill Lynch 2015 Outlook for Stocks, Bonds, Energy, Income, Themes and More

The strategist team at Bank of America Merrill Lynch has released its first RIC Report for 2015. While it also analyzes what didn't work in 2014, the more important issue ...
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The Bullish and Bearish Case for Coca-Cola in 2015

With the bull market nearing its sixth year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose by 7.5% and the S&P 500 Index rose by 11.4% in 2014. Those gains are not ...
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After the Warning, Is SodaStream a Better or Worse Buyout Candidate?

SodaStream International Ltd. (NASDAQ: SODA) saw its stock take a serious hit on Tuesday after the company's shares were halted for "news pending." Rather than the hoped for buyout, the ...
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Drought Is Causing Level of Western U.S. to Rise

The drought throughout the Western United States, particularly California, may be the worst in a century. Aside from the ruin of crops and possible permanent damage to soil, the dry ...
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10 Cities Running Out of Water

After multiple unusually dry years across the western, southern and central United States, more than 80% of California is now in a state of extreme or exceptional drought, according to ...
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The Next 9 States to Legalize Marijuana

The United States is slowly reversing course on banning marijuana. Colorado led the way in passing laws that allow recreational use of marijuana and cannabis products, and now the opening ...
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