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McDonald’s gets juiced up, United’s 747 sells out, and Uber hits a skid

Juice 2.0 The Happy Meal is getting a new apple juice. McDonald’s says that starting in November, it will swap out Minute Maid for organic juice from Honest Kids. Both brands are made by Coca-Cola Co., [Read entire story]

Daily business briefing, Sept. 19: Hulu, Google, Slack

Worth watching Hulu won big at the Emmy Awards Sunday, with eight awards for its adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s “Handmaid’s Tale.” But critically successful shows come with a [Read entire story]

ICYMI: See Ma dance; dream stuff for Potter, ‘Will & Grace’ fans

If you missed it ... In a week when Apple devotees liked the X and Ted Cruz preferred XXX, this also happened: •The AFP news agency tweeted: “China’s richest man, Alibaba chief [Read entire story]

Daily Briefing: Roald Dahl, Facebook, Equifax retirements

Top tweet “*raises hand for movie adaptation*” That was from Oscar-nominated director and producer Ava DuVernay, right, after [Read entire story]

More Facebook algorithm woes; Google might hail a Lyft; Bluetiful crayon

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More Facebook algorithm woes; Google might hail a Lyft; Bluetiful crayon

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Bodega is no bodega; Juicero ad lives on at AT&T Park

This Bodega is no bodega Former Googlers Paul McDonald and Ashwath Rajan are disrupting the corner store — and their reputations. Their Oakland startup Bodega is essentially a hopped-up and hyped-up [Read entire story]

Nordstrom shop with a twist; big Whole Foods boost; buffet waste

Number of the day 25 percent That’s how much customer traffic went up at Whole Foods after Amazon.com took over — and lowered prices last month. [Read entire story]

ICYMI: Apple Watch cheaters; IMDb phonies; airline helpers

If you missed it ... In a week when somebody finally found a practical use for an [Read entire story]

Disney will stream ‘Star Wars,’ Marvel; GoPro’s stock soars

Kicking Netflix far, far away Disney now plans to add its “Star Wars” and Marvel comic book movies to its upcoming streaming service, making it [Read entire story]

Facebook numbers game; an Echo at Kohl’s; Shkreli’s Wu-Tang sale

Facebook doesn’t Like math Facebook claims it can reach more young people than actually exist in the U.S., which could hurt its push to compete for TV advertising [Read entire story]

Protecting pacemakers; orange juice futures soar; investing in flying cars

Hacking a pacemaker? About 465,000 people in the U.S. are being warned by the Food and Drug Administration that they should update the firmware for their pacemakers or they will be putting themselves at [Read entire story]

A great non-man for the job; digitizing Hamilton; Durant’s shoes

If you missed it ... In a week when Uber got Dara Khosrowshahi to take the wheel, this also happened: •After Penelope Gazin and Kate Dwyer created Witchsy, an online marketplace for [Read entire story]

‘Star Wars’ drones playing along; Juicero closer; pacemaker woes

These are the drones you were looking for Three “Star Wars” devices are combining drones with online games. [Read entire story]

Macy’s, Best Buy speed up delivery; Apple event; pumpkin-mania

Macy’s, Best Buy speed up Macy’s and Best Buy are expanding their same-day delivery offers as they try to be more competitive with Amazon. Best Buy says it will expand to 27 [Read entire story]

Terminator’s advice; autonomous pizza delivery; water for flood victims

Hasta la vista, insurance The Terminator is back to give financial advice. Arnold Schwarzenegger is helping Britain’s financial regulator urge people to file claims if they were improperly sold payment [Read entire story]

A new Zuckerberg; ‘Gone With the Social Media Storm’; new flights

One more to Like, err, love Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is going on paternity leave after he and his wife, Priscilla Chan, welcomed their second daughter. In a post on Facebook — of [Read entire story]

Volkswagen sentence, VC Doerr’s pay, “Handbook for Mortals’ short rein

Volkswagen engineer sentenced Volkswagen engineer James Robert Liang, who had a key role in the diesel scandal, was sentenced Friday to more than [Read entire story]

ICYMI: A Swift comeuppance; changing an inadvertently racist name

If you missed it ... In a week when Taylor Swift released a new song about Uber’s board of directors — or was it Arya Stark? Katy Perry? — this also happened: •Chef Tom Colicchio [Read entire story]

A costly iPhone; ‘Star Wars’ promo; Chuck E. Cheese’s music shift

Number of the day $999 That’s supposedly about how much a premium model of the new iPhone will cost, according to the New York Times. Citing [Read entire story]