Reuters/Business Insider says
the Israeli home soda brewmaker's market shares are building up 16 percent, and they've got some interesting investors:
U.S. shares of Sodastream rose as much as 12 percent to $42.25 on Wednesday after the website identified PepsiCo Inc, Dr Pepper Snapple Group or Starbucks Co as the potential investors in the Israel-based company.
I guess that means any initial hostility is now over, and they realize why it'd be better to respect Sodastream's legitimacy. That's good.
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