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Why McDonald's should be afraid of Shake Shack
Shake Shack, the little New York burger joint that began 14 years ago in a hot-dog cart, just became a $1.7 billion behemoth. At its stock-market debut Friday morning, an investor burger binge doubled Shake Shack's share price, sending its stock past $48 a ...
Shake Shack debuts on NYSE, price rises dramatically  New York Daily News
Shake Shack shares shine in NYSE IPO debut  Wall Street Hedge
China's Weak Data Renews Push for Growth Measures
China's economy got off to a weak start in 2015 with disappointing manufacturing- and service-sector readings, renewing calls for the government to introduce more measures to spur growth in the months ahead.
UPDATE 2-China factory sector jolts by shrinking in January  Reuters
China factory sector jolts by shrinking in January  Livemint
Brazil's Real Leads Major Currency Drops as Petrobras Downgraded
(Bloomberg) -- Brazil's real fell the most among major currencies as a downgrade of Petroleo Brasileiro SA amid a corruption probe added to speculation that President Dilma Rousseff will struggle to restore investor confidence.
Brazil's Petrobras Announces Refinery Delays  Latin American Herald Tribune
Greece economy: Merkel rules out more debt relief
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has ruled out cancelling any of Greece's debt, saying banks and creditors have already made substantial cuts.
Greece rejects new loans as money runs out  The Daily Star
Worldview: Europe's elites need to watch the signals from Greece
McDonald's Super Bowl Commercial Lets Customers Pay with Lovin Instead of ...
In recent years, McDonald's has struggled to stay relevant and profitable as consumer tastes have changed and �fundamental shifts� have occurred in the restaurant business.
McDonald's Super Bowl Commercial Criticized For Asking Customers To Pay ...  Yibada (English Edition)
McDonald's Super Bowl Commercial Is The Worst  Lightly Buzzed
Will Obamacare ruin your tax refund?
Life comes with only two certainties: Death and taxes. When those two issues cross in some capacity, you can count on life becoming more complicated.
Clients may need hand-holding this tax season  InvestmentNews
New tax rules, penalties exist under Obamacare  Greenville News
Q4 GDP Slow Down Temporary or Sign of Things to Come
Holiday sales, widespread travels and the Christmas spirit couldn't save the United States economy in the fourth quarter of last year as the gross domestic product took a dive, surprising many analysts who expected higher growth.
GDP growth rate tumbles; have we turned the page?  Communities Digital News
Noooo! GDP Slowed in Fourth Quarter. And That's Not Even the Worst Part  TIME
Google earnings miss estimates, stock sinks
Google is in the habit of missing analysts' earnings targets, frustrating investors who believe the online search leader would be more profitable it didn't pour so much money into far-flung projects like Internet-connected eyewear and driverless cars.
Where's the payoff for Google investors?  Business Standard
Google Receives Strong-Buy Rating from S&P Equity Research (GOOG)  sleekmoney
Pilots land helium-filled balloon safely in Mexico after record-breaking flight
After nearly 7,000 miles in the air, Troy Bradley of Albuquerque and Leonid Tiukhtyaev of Russia came back to earth on Saturday, landing their helium-filled balloon four miles offshore of Baja California, The Associated Press reports.
Gas-Filled Balloon Completes Record-Breaking Pacific Flight  NDTV
Balloon pilots make history with trans-Pacific flight
Rise of the robots at AOL lead to job cuts
NEW YORK - Media company AOL laid off roughly 150 employees Friday, or 3% of its staff. The bulk of the layoffs, or close to 100, were in sales, a result of the company's surging growth in so-called programmatic ad sales, according to a person with direct ...
Farewell To TUAW�And To A Whole Era Of Tech Blogging  Fast Company