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Criminals want your tax returns. Here's what you can do about it.
In the latest attack on the IRS, criminals went after something a lot more personal than money. Exploiting a weakness in the IRS' Web site, they obtained a motherlode of taxpayer information, including income levels, children's names, bank accounts and ...
Cyberattack Exposes IRS Tax Returns  New York Times
IRS sending letters to 200000 taxpayers on hacking  Detroit Free Press
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McDonald's Strategy for Improving Food: Toast the Buns Longer
McDonald's Corp. is toasting its sandwich buns longer and changing how it sears and grills hamburgers, part of an effort to reinvigorate growth with “hot, tasty food.
McDonald's CEO Says Turnaround Effort Involves Many Little Things  Wall Street Journal
McDonald's To Become More Tight-Lipped About Sales  Forbes
Altice owner says wasn't ready for Time Warner Cable deal
PARIS Patrick Drahi, the billionaire owner of European telecoms group Altice, said he didn't bid for Time Warner Cable because his company lacked management resources to digest such a big deal in a market it had only recently entered.
Time Warner deal unlikely to bring Dodger games to all of LA  MarketWatch
Charter vows to uphold net neutrality as it seeks Time Warner Cable deal  The Verge
Snapchat's Evan Spiegel: 'We need to IPO'
Evan Spiegel, the notoriously secretive and prickly chief executive of Snapchat, has revealed one juicy tidbit: The Venice startup wants to go public, and plans are underway for an IPO.
Snapchat Users, Active On Mobile, Watch 2 Billion Videos A Day  MediaPost Communications
Benner on Tech: Vox Buys Re/code, IRS Is Hacked  Bloomberg View
Copper Wire Theft Causes Subway Headaches For Thousands Of Commuters
The A train, New York City's longest subway line, was crippled in a part of Queens on Wednesday following what the Metropolitan Transportation Authority called a “massive theft” of copper cables.
Theft of copper cable causes major disruption on NYC subways  Washington Post
Theft of Copper Cables Disrupts Service on A and C Subway Lines  New York Times
Stock Market News for May 27, 2015 - Market News
Benchmarks ended about 1% lower on Tuesday following a rise in the dollar and upbeat economic data. While an increase in the dollar compelled investors to reduce their exposure on riskier assets including equities, encouraging economic data raised ...
Stocks are rallying  Business Insider
Markets Bank On Bargain Hunting To Stage A Rebound  RTT News
This Is the World's Most Valuable Auto Brand
Toyota is worth 2% less than it was a year ago, according to the just-released BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands study from market research firm Millward Brown.
Apple Surpasses Google, Microsoft, And IBM Corp To The Crown For The ...  Tech News Today
Toyota still world's most valuable car brand  Dallas Morning News (blog)
Stocks modestly higher in quiet trading
NEW YORK - U.S. stocks rose modestly in early trading Wednesday, recovering some of the steep losses the market had the day before.
Wall Street Looks to Rebound After Steep Selloff  Fox Business
US stocks open higher following slump the day before  Glens Falls Post-Star
Michael Kors Shares Plunge as Fashion Company Posts Rare Sales Drop
Michael Kors' brand of luxury populism may be hitting some limits. The accessories brand, which grew rapidly by offering luxury to the masses, said sales at existing stores fell 5.8% in the three months ended March 28, driven by a 6.7% decline in North ...
Michael Kors Stock Drops on Weak 2015 Sales Outlook, Earnings Miss  TheStreet.com
Michael Kors is a hot mess. Stock drops 20%  CNNMoney
NC unemployment rate rises to 5.5 percent
North Carolina's unemployment rate rose in April as improved economic conditions statewide continue to encourage people to rejoin the labor force to look for and find jobs.
Maine unemployment drops slightly, to 4.7 percent, in April  Washington Times
(Neb)-Nebraska Unemployment Remains Lowest In The Nation  KCSR