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Don Thompson will be replaced as the company’s CEO.
Roberto A. Ferdman
The past few years have been difficult—to say the least—for McDonald’s. Just ask the company’s soon-to-be former chief executive.
Despite $200 million in budget gaps, new mayor plans to spend $100M annually to bring down housing costs.
The ruling comes after an IG report found the N.Va. firm’s executives tried to discredit a top contracting official
Steven Mufson, Juliet Eilperin and David Nakamura
Republicans call proposal fiscally irresponsible. White House says cuts to the military hurt national security.
Defense giant’s international sales grew by 20 percent in 2014.
House, Senate push separate bills to protect small businesses from onerous regulations.
Self-checkouts and online shopping have crushed the business of sweet indulgence. But the chocolate giant has a way to win impulse buyers back.
Like 401(k) retirement accounts, they prevent money from being spent on anything else.
The brawl over Emerald Cay, paradise to the 1 percent, is a parable of American capitalism gone wrong
Yahoo will create a new company that will own its 384 million Alibaba shares as well as a small Yahoo business.
Aida Middel, who fled Cuba as a little girl, has the last laugh helping rich Americans solve their chores.
The U.S. stock market is closing sharply higher after investors received encouraging news on corporate earnings and the jobs market.
Why April 15 might be the best day to play the stock market
And why people who don’t even own a car still pay for it.
Her remark is at odds with President Obama’s past statements, as well as medical science and public opinion.
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Good news: your devices can all work together a little bit better, starting today.
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