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Do Soda Makers Help You Save?

If you're a regular soda drinker making the bubbly stuff at home could save you big bucks. Find out if you should invest in a soda maker here.

5 Stocks to Watch This Week

With news coming from Disney, Tesla and more, there will be plenty of to move the market this week. Let's go over some of the items likely to get the attention of Wall Street.

SodaStream Super Bowl Ad Courts Controversy

SodaStream's proposed Super Bowl ad was rejected for 'denigrating' competitors Coke and Pepsi. But its brash advertising isn't the only controversial thing about the Israeli-based maker of soft drink machines.

This Week's 5 Best Moves and Blunders in Business

Companies can do brilliant things, but there are also times where they fall flat on their faces. Sometimes CEOs can save the day, but at other times, they say and do the darndest things. There were plenty of winners and blunders this week. Let's check out some of them.

These Machines Are Making Coke and Pepsi Quake

More and more consumers are sidestepping the soda aisles at the supermarket, choosing instead to conveniently make carbonated beverages at home. If you haven't jumped on the bandwagon yet, here are five reasons that may change sooner than you think.

What to Watch This Week: Retailers Report; Disney's Day

Let's go over some of the items that will help shape the Wall Street week that lies ahead: A host of retailers are reporting earnings; we'll see how Disney's 24 Leap Day event plays out; a test for homemade soda; and a wake-up call for DreamWorks.

Can You Make Better Soda Than Coke or Pepsi?

There's a cola war brewing that has nothing to do with Coke or Pepsi: It's in the home-based pop market, and the fight is between SodaStream and Primo Water. But why make your own soda at home instead of buying it at the store? Is it easier? Cheaper? Healthier? You're probably going to like all three answers.

4 Stocks That Have Moves Like Jagger

Gallivanting across the stage during a live performance, the Rolling Stones' spry frontman seems much younger than his 68 years. The same can be said for many older companies that are surprisingly nimble and growing quickly, leaving young whippersnapper upstarts eating their dust.