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Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Don't Let Janet Yellen Scare You From Stocks
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- As a general rule, don't take your investment advice from the head of the Federal Reserve. That was Jim Cramer's advice for his Mad Money viewers Wednesday after Janet Yellen spooked the markets by calling stock valuations ...
U.S. stocks plunge, following Yellen's warnings of high stock valuations  Nasdaq
The Fed Chair Says Stocks Look Expensive. Here's What She Means  TIME
Los Angeles Times  
Tesla's Musk Says Model X Won't Hit Market Until Late Third Quarter
The group of buyers expecting to get their hands on Tesla Motors Inc. TSLA -1.08 % 's next product�the Model X�need to cool their jets a little bit longer.
UPDATE 1-Tesla posts wider net loss, stands by full-year delivery target  Reuters
Tesla beats estimates, predicts boost in deliveries  Detroit Free Press
Stocks finish weaker; Wendy's selling 640 restaurants; Oculus Rift headset nears ...
This Feb. 28, 2012 photo, shows a Wendy's restaurant at night in Brunswick, Maine. Wendy's announced plans today to sell 640 of its company-owned restaurants in the United States and Canada.
Wendy's Selling 640 Stores  CFO Magazine
Wendy's selling 640 restaurants  13WHAM-TV
E-commerce the next target of European regulators
Google is among the tech giants under scrutiny by European regulators now looking at e-commerce. Google is among the tech giants under scrutiny by European... LONDON - European officials have opened an antitrust investigation into the region's ...
EU Commission Opens Antitrust Inquiry Into E-Commerce Sector  New York Times
The EU is trying to make an online version of itself  Quartz
ADP Report Indicates Fewer Jobs Added Than Expected
The ADP National Employment Report came out Wednesday, and while the economy added close to 170,000 jobs it was actually less than expected.
Private Hiring Keeps Slowing  Investor's Business Daily
Jobs and Productivity Numbers Disappoint  CFO Magazine
Keurig Green Mountain gets roasted. Stock drops 12%
Sales of Keurig brewing machines and accessories tumbled 23% in the first quarter compared to the prior year. The company had a lot of excuses, but the basic problem is there are too many Keurig machines in stores and people aren't buying them, ...
Keurig Green Mountain slumps on 2Q results and lower outlook  SFGate
Keurig's newest coffee machine has failed to take off  Business Insider
While It's Not on the Burger, McDonald's Adds Kale
McDonald's, which this year bragged in advertisements that it would never serve kale on a hamburger, said on Wednesday it would add kale to breakfast bowls as part of a trial at nine Southern California restaurants.
UPDATE 1-McDonald's Southern California restaurants testing kale  Reuters
McDonald's testing kale months after mocking it in ad  Fortune
Letter Carriers' 'Stamp Out Hunger' Food Drive
The 23rd annual 'Letter Carriers' Food Drive' is on Saturday, May 9, 2015 and here in Eureka the food collected supports Food for People.
Letter carriers having annual food drive Saturday  Blytheville Courier News
Letter carriers, volunteers to help lick hunger with annual food drive  La Crosse Tribune
Whole Foods to Launch Lower-Priced Grocery Chain
Whole Foods Market, the upscale grocery store sometimes derided as 'Whole Paycheck' for its prices, is planning to launch a new chain of lower-priced stores for people who can't otherwise afford to buy its premium and organic food.
Whole Foods Growth Slows Despite Price Cuts and Ads  New York Times
Whole Foods plans new chain to court millennials
REFILE-Zynga reports higher-than-expected bookings, to cut jobs
(Corrects to May 6 from May 7 in dateline). May 6 (Reuters) - Zynga Inc, creator of "FarmVille", reported higher-than-expected quarterly bookings of $167.4 million as titles such as "Words With Friends" and "Zynga Casino" attracted more gamers.
Struggling Zynga slashes 18 percent of jobs to narrow losses  SFGate
Zynga beats earnings estimates, plans to cut 18% of workforce  USA TODAY