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Modi urged to make reality match 'Make in India' hype
MUMBAI Thousands of people and mascots of lions swarmed the weekend opening of a "Make in India" drive to attract foreign direct investment, pitched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as "the biggest brand that India has ever created".
Modi inaugurates Make In India Centre in Mumbai (press release) (blog)
Make in India Week: India, Sweden decide to step up ties
Financial Times  
Toy industry bets on Hollywood superheroes and 'Star Wars' to drive 2016 sales
Toy retailers are hoping Hollywood movies will drive big sales again this year, after blockbusters such as "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and "Minions" led to huge numbers in 2015.
Hundreds of Thousands of Amazing Playthings in Four Days: The Western ...  PR Newswire (press release)
The Toy Fair You Can Take Your Kids To  Kotaku
Bank of America Increases CEO Moynihan's Pay 23% to $16 Million
Bank of America Corp. awarded Chief Executive Officer Brian T. Moynihan $16 million for his work last year, raising his potential compensation 23 percent.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan got $3M pay bump in 2015
Brian Moynihan's pay rises nearly a quarter to $16m  Financial Times
Eurozone Economy Grows Steadily but Outlook Darkens -- 6th Update
FRANKFURT--The eurozone economy continued its slow growth in the final quarter of 2015, but a darkening global outlook and financial-market turmoil mean the best of Europe's recovery is likely behind it, adding to expectations that the European Central ...
Eurozone economy ends 2015 with whimper as dark clouds grow  Sioux City Journal
Eurozone economy expected to have grown 0.3 pct  Laurel Leader Call
Burger King's fast-food realm to offer hot dogs
Burger King shows off its chili-cheese hot dog last week in New York, for which the suggested price is $2.39. NEW YORK -- Burger King is looking for a new crown: Hot Dog King.
Snoop Dogg Endorses Burger King's New Grilled Dogs  HipHopDX
Snoop Dogg helps promote Burger King's new grilled hot dogs  KIRO Seattle
US Retail Sales Show Reassuring Rebound In January
Official data showed US retail sales rebounding in January after a disappointing end to 2015. Core sales were 0.6% higher after declining 0.3% in December and the best rise since last May, according to official data from the Commerce Department.
US Retail Sales Rise as Consumers Shrug Off Stock Price Drop  Memphis Daily News (blog)
U.S. Retail Sales Increased in January in Broad-Based Advance  Bloomberg
Dimon Just Spent a Year's Pay on JPMorgan Stock After Bank Rout
Jamie Dimon, chairman and chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co., spent $26.6 million to buy shares of his bank Thursday after they tumbled to the lowest price in more than two years.
Community Bank of Raymore Continues to Hold Stake in JPMorgan Chase & Co ...  The Vista Voice
Have Battered Banks Gotten Too Cheap? Jamie Dimon Thinks So, Buys JPMorgan ...  Forbes
Do tax preparers know what they're doing?
For several years, researchers have been sending people into tax preparation offices to test the quality of the work. The results have been scary: • A tax preparer in North Carolina wasn't sure what to do with one client's dividend income form.
Julie Jason: Help the IRS prevent tax-refund fraud  CT Post
IRS phone service has callers on hold  Waterbury Republican American
Whole Foods has interesting millennial-friendly ideas for 365 chain
Whole Foods has interesting millennial-friendly ideas for 365 chain Attention, young Americans - Whole Foods has an idea that might stoke your interest.
Lettuce and tattoos? Whole Foods revamps for Millennial shoppers  Christian Science Monitor
Tattoo parlor alongside groceries? Whole Foods floats ideas for its new 365 ...  Los Angeles Times
Feds: New traceability rules would cut down illegal seafood
PORTLAND, Maine - Federal authorities say they want feedback from the public about proposed rules they hope would take a bite out of illegal fishing imports that jeopardize the country's multibillion dollar commercial fishing industry.
Imported fish must bring their papers  Baltimore Sun