Aston Martin Recalls Cars Due to Supply Chain Problems, Coca-Cola Wants to Move into At-Home Market

Luxury sports car company Aston Martin is recalling more than 5,000 cars manufactured since 2007 as a result of problems in its Chinese supply chain.

U.S. retailers are facing pressure to increase spending on cyber-security, with Target speeding up its $100 million program to adopt chip-enabled smart cards.

Coca-Cola is buying a 10-percent stake in Green Mountain Coffee Roasters as part of a deal to introduce its sodas to the at-home market.

The colder-than-usual weather this past January has negatively affected many retailers, with some reducing their earnings outlooks as a result.

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