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Nation's 31 largest banks pass Fed stress test
The nation's largest banks are all financialy strong enough to weather an economic crisis, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday.
Big banks' levels of capital strong, Federal Reserve finds  Tribune-Review
Goldman Shareholders' Hope for Bigger Payout Dashed by Fed  Bloomberg
New York Post  
'As Seen on TV' vendor pays $8 million for duping customers
A company that hawks �As Seen on TV� wares like the Snuggie and Perfect Bacon Bowl will fork over $8 million to settle charges that it duped customers, sources said Thursday.
Surprise Surprise the Snuggie Was Too Good To Be True  Gawker
Snuggie Creator Fined $8 Million For Misleading Customers  American Live Wire
Draghi Declares Victory for Bond-Buying Before It Even Starts
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, speaks during a news conference following an ECB meeting in Nicosia, Cyprus.
If you've got bonds, Europe's got buyers  Quartz
US jobs data next test for bullish dollar, euro struggles  Reuters
AbbVie's deal for Phamacyclics ups ante as buyers bet on cancer drugs
NEW YORK - AbbVie Inc.'s $21 billion agreement to buy Pharmacyclics Inc. has taken the competition for cancer treatments to new heights.
AbbVie To Buy Pharmacyclics In US$21B Deal  Chinatopix
Abbvie opts to buy Pharmacyclics  BDlive
Stolen Credit Card Data Being Used on Apple Pay
APPLE PAY (WGGB) - Apple's new mobile payment system 'Apple Pay' is intended to make transactions easier. But apparently, it's also making it easier for criminals to use it with stolen information.
Report: Thieves use stolen credit cards on Apple Pay  KTUU.com
Apple Pay stung by low-tech fraudsters  MarketWatch
McDonald's Size Amplifies Any Menu Changes
With 14,350 U.S. restaurants selling more than 100 different menu items, even slight changes to McDonald's Corp . 's supply chain can cause headaches.
Mcdonald's acts on chicken medicine  Daily Mail
Q&A: Why is McDonald's ditching chicken treated with antibiotics?  Los Angeles Times
US Factory Orders Edged Down in January, but Data Also Supports Optimism
WASHINGTON - Orders to American factories fell again in January, but an important investment category showed a gain. Orders to factories edged down 0.2 percent in January, the Commerce Department said on Thursday.
Factory Orders Drop -0.2% on Oil  Economic Populist
US factory orders slip 0.2 percent  Finance and Commerce
The man behind K-Cups joins these 7 inventors with regrets
John Sylan invented the K-Cup, the single-pod coffee container that accounts for a huge chunk of Keurig Green Mountain Coffee's sales.
Keurig's own inventor not a fan of K-Cups  CNET
Here's How Much You'd Save by Dumping K-Cups for Traditional Brewed ...  TIME
Tesla hiring for new stationary-storage unit
Tesla Motors' new stationary-storage unit making battery packs will help founder Elon Musk expand beyond electric vehicles. Photo / AP.
Tesla's New, Voluminous Risk Disclosures  Fox Business
Submarine Mode: Tesla Model S Nods To James Bond  FanSided
Hotel chain Mandarin Oriental confirms credit card hack
High-end hotel chain Mandarin Oriental is the latest company to reveal that its credit card systems were hacked. The company said Thursday that its hotels in the U.S.
Mandarin Oriental says hotels in US, Europe hacked  Lexington Herald Leader
Mandarin Oriental Hotels Hit by Credit-Card Thieves  Tom's Guide