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Are Taco Bell and Pizza Hut Actually Getting Healthier?
Taco Bell and Pizza Hut shook the fast-food world Tuesday when the chains announced they'll be nixing artificial ingredients in their menu items by the end of 2015.
Taco Bell, KFC may try home delivery  Fortune
Taco Bell, Pizza Hut: Artificial ingredients getting booted  Columbia Daily Tribune
McDonald''s to Stop Reporting Monthly Sales Data
Steve Easterbrook, the new chief executive of McDonald's Corp., on Wednesday said the success of his plan to revive the fast-food giant will hinge on many small things--like how long its restaurants toast the burger buns.
These are the 2 big changes McDonald's is making to its burgers  Fortune
McDonald's targets bun toasting, burger searing  Sacramento Bee
Avago Said Near Deal to Buy Wireless Chipmaker Broadcom
Avago Technologies Ltd., the Singapore-based maker of semiconductors, is near a deal to acquire wireless chipmaker Broadcom Corp., people with knowledge of the matter said.
UPDATE 1-Avago nears deal for Broadcom-sources  Reuters
Broadcom in Advanced Talks to Be Bought by Avago Technologies  Wall Street Journal
Audits and reports warned of IRS computer safety risks
Government monitors repeatedly warned of IRS computer security risks long before Tuesday's disclosure that identity thieves had stolen tax agency data for roughly 100,000 U.S.
IRS Data Breach Draws Capitol Hill Scrutiny  Wall Street Journal
How did crooks get access to 100000 IRS tax returns?
The Snapchat takeover
Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel speaks on "Disrupting Information and Communication" at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts last fall in San Francisco.
Snapchat CEO Talks Innovation, Growing Up  PC Magazine
Snapchat CEO Announces IPO Plans
Greek Economy Is Small, but Numbers Aren't Trivial, Warns Canada's Oliver
DRESDEN, Germany—Greece is a small economy but its impact on the global economy mustn't be neglected, Canadian Finance Minister Joe Oliver said Wednesday, stressing the global interest to prevent a contagion from the Greek crisis.
Euro ticks up, stocks rise as Greece fights for deal  Reuters
Euro off lows, stocks rise on tentative Greek debt accord  BDlive
Time Warner / Charter Deal Suggests Trouble For Cable Industry
Time Warner Inc (NYSE:TWX) and Charter Cable have taken a cue from U.S. regulators. Recently it was reported that they suggested that just because they opposed the Time Warner - Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) (NASDAQ:CMCSK) deal, ...
Three Strong Reasons Why Regulators Will Let Charter Buy Time Warner Cable  Forbes
16% Annual Return From Malone's Time Warner Cable Deal  Seeking Alpha
'Massive' copper cable theft disrupts New York City subway
A "massive" theft of copper wire disrupted A train services on New York City's Subway system during the morning rush hour commute on Wednesday, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said.
And you thought your Red Line commute was bad  Washington Post (blog)
Copper Wire Theft Causes Subway Headaches For Thousands of Commuters  Wall Street Journal
EconomyFed's survey of Americans' well being: findings
The US consumer is, once again, expected by economists to drive a rebound in economic growth - which makes a fresh survey from the Federal Reserve interesting reading.
UPDATE 1-Many Americans have no retirement savings-Fed survey  Reuters
Financial Prospects Gain Optimism for Future, Fed Survey says  The MReport
Montana unemployment rate drops slightly to 4.1%
A press release from the Montana Department of Labor says that the state's unemployment rate has not been this low since October 2007.
State employment, unemployment estimates released  Leader-Telegram
Jobless rates near pre-recession level  Poughkeepsie Journal