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Regulators prepare rules on payday loans to shield borrowers
Maranda Brooks stands outside a Cleveland payday loans business that she frequented in the past. Troubled by consumer complaints and loopholes in state laws, federal regulators are putting together expansive, first-ever rules on payday loans aimed at ...
Federal regulators are preparing rules for pay day loans to protect the ...  MicroCap Observer
China's Weak Data Renew Push for Growth Measures
China's economy got off to a weak start in 2015 with disappointing manufacturing- and service-sector readings, renewing calls for the government to introduce more measures to spur growth in the months ahead.
China Factory Gauge Sinks to First Contraction in Two Years  Bloomberg
China's PMI fell below 50 last month  Taipei Times
McDonald's lets customers pay for hamburgers with hugs
McDonalds is giving some lucky customers in the United States the chance to pay for their hamburgers with hugs rather than money over the next two weeks, with the launch of its "Pay with Lovin'" promotional campaign.
McDonald's Will Now Let You Pay For Food With Selfies And Hugs  Tech Times
McDonald's launches new method of payment: Lovin'  The Independent
Will health care insurance plans affect your tax refund?
This tax filing season will be the first year that taxpayers deal with the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. The controversial law strives to make health care more affordable to lower-income households, but it may also unexpectedly lower tax ...
More for health care  Wyoming Tribune
Will Obamacare ruin your tax refund?  USA TODAY
Shake Shack Shares Double In IPO Debut
Shares of Shake Shack, a burger chain that started as a New York City hot dog cart, more than doubled in their first day of trading.
Shake Shack Shares Are Overvalued At This Time  Seeking Alpha (registration)
IPO Sizzles As Shake Shack Tests Big Chains  Nasdaq
Oil Workers in U.S. on First Large-Scale Strike Since 1980
(Bloomberg) -- The United Steelworkers union, which represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants, began a strike at nine sites on Sunday, the biggest walkout called since 1980.
USW Union Tells Members to Strike at Major U.S. Refineries: Reports  RTT News
Union oil workers go on strike  WMDT
Tsipras Targets Euro Area Deal Ahead of Diplomatic Push
(Bloomberg) -- Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sought to repair relations with Greece's creditors ahead of a diplomatic push to win support for his economic program, as euro area officials said they're looking for concessions from the new government.
Greece starts drive to sell new debt deal to doubting Europe  Reuters
Norman Lamont: Syriza's victory in Greece could make life harder for ...
US GDP improves by 2.6 percent in fourth quarter
US economy's continued with the growth momentum during the fourth quarter of year 2014. The growth during fourth quarter was lower compared to the GDP growth witnessed in the third quarter.
Problems for U.S. economy? Feds report slowing GDP in 4th quarter, lagging ...  National Monitor
Pick-up in consumer spending a nominal story for retailers  The Australian
Spotify Has Hired Goldman Sachs To Raise $500 Million In Funding
Swedish streaming music platform Spotify is taking a giant step�just another in a series of recent big moves�to continue their reign as one of the world's biggest in the field.
Pandora Media Inc (P) Under Pressure From Spotify  Bidness ETC
US Airways Pilots Close Pay Gap And Philly Splits on Contract
A new contract for pilots at American Airlines and US Airways, which will add $650 million in annual costs, won approval from nearly two thirds of the voters and also from three quarters of the pilot union's board.
American Airlines, US Airways Pilots Approve Joint Contract  Wall Street Journal