Coke, Pepsi Face Schools' Sugary Drink Squeeze

July 16 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Jacobsen of the Center for Science in the Public Interest, talks with Betty Liu about the pressure put in Coke and Pepsi as schools look to provide healthier options for students and do away with sugary drinks. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."
If Greece Leaves, U.K. Will Follow: Mills
14:02 - JML Founder John Mills, who is funding Business for Britain, the group campaigning for a referendum on leaving the bloc, told Francine Lacqua on “On The Move” that British voters may be influenced by Greece’s decision on leaving the EU. Details of a timetable for the U.K.’s referendum on EU membership is to be outlined in the Queen’s speech on Wednesday.
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