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Are Shake Shack investors voting with their taste buds?
NEW YORK (MarketWatch)�Investors salivated over Shake Shack Friday SHAK, +118.57% sending the stock more than 125% above its issue price in the first moments of trade.
Shake Shack stuns investors, doubles its stock price on first day of IPO  National Monitor
Shake Shack hands out free burger to celebrate raising an IPO of $150 million  Times Gazette
The Westside Story  
Balloonists land in Mexico after record-setting Pacific flight
Two balloonists crossing the Pacific landed safely off the coast of Mexico on Saturday, making history by traveling nearly 7,000 miles - farther and longer in a gas balloon than anyone else.
Record-breaking balloonists splash down off Mexico  Telegraph.co.uk
Two Eagles balloon makes history, lands safely in the Baja coast  MSNBC
ECB Deputy Denies Stimulus Was Delayed by German Opposition
CAMBRIDGE, England�The European Central Bank's decision to launch a program of large-scale government bond purchases wasn't delayed by opposition from Germany, ECB Vice President Vitor Constancio said Saturday.
Greek emergency funding would be a decision for ECB council: Constancio  Reuters
Germany, ECB play hard ball with Greece  The Globe and Mail
January market finishes weak
The U.S. stock market capped a rough month Friday, delivering its third loss in five days and extending its declines for the year.
Stocks deliver losses to close out January  Huntington Herald Dispatch
Stocks: Bad month, bad year (so far)  USA TODAY
McDonald's To Accept 'Act Of Lovin' As Payment With New Game (Video)
For twelve days in Feb., McDonald's will be accepting payment in the form of affection with their �Pay With Lovin'� Instant Win Game.
US McDonald's to accept hugs, selfies as payment next week  Daily News & Analysis
McDonald's accepting 'lovin' as new form of payment for meal  WGN-TV
GDP: Back to Trend, Not Down the Drain
Faulty seasonal factors, weather, and issues at ports have given the illusion of hypervolatility in recent GDP data, writes Morningstar's Bob Johnson.
Breakdown In GDP  Seeking Alpha (registration)
Economy expands at a 'less than expected' 2.6% in 4th quarter  American Thinker (blog)
Uber's Policies On Data Security Are Found To Be Strong After External Review ...
Personal privacy and data isn't to be taken lightly, and any company that requires your personal information for use of their service generally aims to do the most they can to make sure your data stays safe.
Uber unveils Assessment Result of its Privacy and Personal Data Policies  Maine News Online
Uber will improve privacy, data security following report  Livemint
Oil prices surge 8% after long slide down: Any meaningful shift underway?
By Clifford Krauss HOUSTON: Oil prices suddenly spiked more than 8 percent Friday, in the biggest one-day price move for the volatile commodity in nearly three years.
Oil Prices Skyrocket on Friday -- Is This The End of Cheap Oil?  Motley Fool
OUR VIEW: Oil boom apparently over  Stillwater News Press
McCoy, Hatfields Bury The Hatchet, Produce Legal Moonshine Together
After generations of bootlegging, direct descendants of the Hatfields have buried the hatchet with the McCoy's - families made famous for their 19th century feud - to produce legal moonshine in southern West Virginia with the state's blessing. The start of a ...
Hatfields, McCoys make moonshine legally in southern W.Va.  La Crosse Tribune
Where's the payoff for Google investors?
Google released its fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday, and those results were pretty lacklustre. The company delivered decent, if disappointing, growth.
Google earnings miss estimates, stock sinks  SFGate
Cramer: Google's not done rallying yet  CNBC