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Bull Chart of the Day -- Buffett's Berkshire Pops After Meeting but Will It Last?
NEW YORK (Real Money) -- After what was no doubt a wild weekend in Omaha, it seems only fitting to kick off the week looking at Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.
Warren Buffett's America  Fox Business
Warren Buffett's Right: Raise The EITC, Don't Raise The Minimum Wage  Forbes
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The McDonald's Revamp Doesn't Have Much to Say About Food
McDonald's promised the world a grand turnaround plan, and the 23-minute video presentation released Monday morning begins with such promise.
McDonald's fix-it plan fails to impress: where's the beef? 2:49 PM EDT  Fortune
McDonald's to simplify structure, focus on customers  seattlepi.com
US factory orders rebound solidly, but trend still soft
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New orders for U.S. factory goods recorded their biggest increase in eight months in March, boosted by demand for transportation equipment, but the underlying trend remained weak against the backdrop of a strong dollar.
Factory Orders See Biggest Gain in Eight Months  Fox Business
Factory growth rebounds as new orders rise for first time since July  Los Angeles Times
Cable operations pace Comcast's Q1
It was forward momentum on almost all fronts for Comcast in its first quarter of 2015. Overall revenue increased and profits were up, with the company's cable segment contributing significantly to those results.
Comcast's Earnings Beat Estimates as Internet Subscribers Grow  Bloomberg
Comcast beats forecasts to ease pain of TWC deal failure  Financial Times
Wall St opens higher ahead of US factory data | Reuters
(Reuters) - Wall Street opened higher on Monday ahead of data that is expected to show demand for U.S. factory orders rose in March, signaling that the manufacturing sector is strengthening despite a stronger dollar.
Wall St. higher as healthcare rebound continues  Channel News Asia
US STOCKS-Wall St opens higher ahead of US factory data  Reuters
Fed's Evans: rate hikes could start sooner, if kept slow
COLUMBUS, Ind. (Reuters) - With U.S. inflation uncomfortably low and the unemployment rate still too high, the Federal Reserve should hold off on raising short-term interest rates until early next year, a top Fed policymaker said on Monday.
Smart Money Round Up: When Will The Fed Raise Rates?  Forbes
Evans Says Don't Raise Rates Until Early 2016  Nasdaq
GM CEO Barra confident about value of company's stock
KANSAS CITY, Kansas May 4 (Reuters) - General Motors Co chief executive said the company will be able to convince investors about the value of the automaker's stock over time.
GM's Barra says consolidation would distract company from plans  Chicago Tribune
General Motors will invest $174 million in Kansas plant  SFGate
Cisco's incoming CEO eyes 'Internet of Everything' explosion
In this Friday, May 1, 2015 photo provided by Cisco Systems Inc., newly named CEO Chuck Robbins poses for a photo in San Jose, Calif.
Cisco CEO John Chambers' exit marks end of an era  MarketWatch
Cisco Systems Names Chambers Replacement--6th Update  Nasdaq
How Do Tesla's Home Batteries Work?
Last week, Tesla Motors announced an ambitious new product line: batteries to power homes or businesses. The idea is that homes and businesses powered by solar panels could harvest and store energy during the day that could be used to run homes at ...
Missing pieces and the future of energy [Recharge]  Christian Science Monitor
Australian economist: Tesla battery can solve climate change  MarketWatch
MTA no longer satisfied with $657 million infusion from New York City, now ...
Mayor de Blasio plans to significantly boost MTA capital funding over the next five years to $657 million - but hours after he announced the increase, the cash-strapped agency said it really needed $2.5 billion.
Mayor De Blasio Offers Three Pillars For Tech Growth In NYC At Disrupt NY  TechCrunch
MTA to get more city money as transit officials question if its enough  amNY