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Mike Andres to retire as president of McDonald's USA
Mike Andres, president of McDonald's Corp.'s U.S. division and a key figure at the forefront of the chain's domestic turnaround over the past 18 months, is retiring at the end of the year, the company said on Wednesday.
McDonald's taps relative outsider to lead key US business  U.S. News & World Report
McDonald's U.S. president, key architect of transformation, to leave at ...  Chicago Tribune
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5 Things We Just Learned About the Tesla-SolarCity Deal
When Tesla tsla CEO Elon Musk first proposed buying his other company SolarCity scty in June, some people thought Musk had gone into insane mode just like his electric cars.
Musk talked merger with SolarCity CEO before Tesla stock sale  Chicago Tribune
Tesla will release Autopilot update 'in weeks': Musk  Business Insider
EU's Tax Decision Invites More Scrutiny of Apple
BRUSSELS—When the European Union's antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager ruled this week that Apple Inc. AAPL 0.09 % owed billions of euros in alleged unpaid taxes, the decision created a financial and public relations problem for the technology giant.
Irish Cabinet meeting about Apple tax ruling adjourned until Friday  BBC News
US tax code may allow dramatic retaliation in EU Apple case  Business Insider
Energy drags Wall St. lower; S&P down slightly in August
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., August 31, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid.
US stocks inch lower despite solid jobs data  Business Insider
Stocks close lower as energy lags; S&P snaps 5-month winning streak  CNBC
Why the Fed probably won't like the jobs report Friday
August has disappointed the market nine of the last 12 years and is usually followed by substantial revisions. Jeff Cox | @JeffCoxCNBCcom.
Survey: US companies add a solid 177000 jobs in August  Business Insider
Jobs report seen as key to Fed rate decision  USA TODAY
Uranium miner agrees to fix radioactive sludge leaks
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A uranium mining company has agreed to corrective measures after two spills of radioactive sludge, the most recent on March 29 when some of the material from a Wyoming mine leaked from a truck onto a highway, the Nuclear ...
NRC: Uranium miner agrees to fix radioactive sludge leaks  Washington Times
Toys R Us plans to sell a selection of American Girl dolls
For years, American Girl stores were the kiddie version of a luxury boutique: well-appointed, filled with pricey merchandise, and offering frills such as spas and salons.
Mattel's American Girl to Be Sold at Toys 'R' Us  Wall Street Journal
Mattel's American Girl dolls to be sold at Toys R Us stores  The Boston Globe
How much guaranteed retirement income do you need?
I'm looking to retire soon and a financial adviser wants me to invest half of my $700,000 401(k) balance in an annuity. I'm wary of doing that as the annuity's annual fees total almost 3% and I'm also already eligible for a combined Social Security and ...
Your Retirement Income is at Risk! (part two)  Gold Seek
Your Longevity Risk: Will You Run Out Of Money During Retirement?  Huffington Post
Argentina budget to forecast 3.5 percent 2017 growth: Senate leader
A man works at the brick-making Ceramica Fanelli factory in La Plata, Argentina June 13 2016. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian. By Nicol�s Misculin | BUENOS AIRES.
Statement by the IMF Executive Board on Argentina  International Monetary Fund
Summary: CFO Forum in Buenos Aires  AS/COA Online
White House Announces Members of Puerto Rico Oversight Board
The seven-member board tasked by President Barack Obama with resolving Puerto Rico's debt crisis will include a former federal judge who oversaw three of the largest corporate bankruptcy cases in U.S.
Puerto Rico's Fiscal Affairs Will Be Overseen by 7 Experts in Finance ...  New York Times
Puerto Rico oversight board appointed  Reuters