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Coke seeks to ease Zero fans’ concerns
Coke seeks to ease Zero fans’ concerns

A repeat of the “New Coke” disaster, this probably isn’t. Coca-Cola announced last week that it is rolling out a new version of its popular Coke Zero brand with a new formula, look, and name. Coca-Cola Zero Sugar is supposed to taste much like regular Coke and give health-conscious people a better-tasting sugar-free alternative. But...
Airport ticket fee boost gets lift in Congress
Airport ticket fee boost gets lift in Congress

Airports including Atlanta’s are pushing for an increase in ticket fees that help pay for improvements, while airlines vehemently oppose the hike. The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee this week approved legislation that included an increase in the maximum passenger facility charge, or PFC, from $4.50 to $8.50. For a nonstop, roundtrip flight...
Kempner: How Starbucks killed a Ga. couple’s tea empire
Kempner: How Starbucks killed a Ga. couple’s tea empire

Too much caffeine does funny things to even the best of minds. Like when the espresso-sipping leaders at Starbucks said the revolution they sparked in coffee would happen with tea, too. In 2012, the Seattle-based giant struck a $620-million deal to buy Teavana, a mostly mall-based tea retailer that was built from scratch by Atlanta couple Andy and...
Ga. Power inks deal on Vogtle project oversight
Ga. Power inks deal on Vogtle project oversight

Georgia Power said it finalized an agreement to replace bankrupt contractor Westinghouse as the lead manager on its troubled Plant Vogtle nuclear expansion project. Under the agreement, Southern Nuclear, a unit of parent Southern Company, will take over the role for now. But Southern and Georgia Power, both based in Atlanta, will continue to assess...
Florida eatery closed by roach infestation tries to hide health warning with sign
Florida eatery closed by roach infestation tries to hide health warning with sign

JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. – A Florida restaurant was caught trying to cover up a health inspector’s sign after it was shut down by a cockroach infestation, according to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Inspectors forced Jaxon Social in in Jacksonville Beach to close on July 18 after they found 23 live roaches...
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