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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 U.S. president, key architect of transformation, to leave at ...  Chicago Tribune
McDonald's Has Lost the Mastermind of Its Epic U.S. Turnaround  TheStreet.com
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Elon Musk Faces Cash Squeeze at Tesla, SolarCity
Two pillars of Elon Musk's empire are facing financial crunches as the entrepreneur seeks to combine the two companies through a controversial acquisition.
Tesla plans to raise funds this year to tackle cash crunch  Reuters
Owning a Tesla Model 3 will be a little more expensive than we thought  BGR
Most Asia markets open lower, weighed by fresh drop in oil prices
Markets in Asia opened mostly lower on Thursday, with sentiment weighed by sharp overnight declines in oil prices, while traders were also looking ahead to Friday's key U.S.
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares ease ahead of US jobs data, oil slips  Reuters
Japan Shares a Bright Spot in Asia  Wall Street Journal
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.
Jobs report seen as key to Fed rate decision  USA TODAY
Survey: US companies add a solid 177000 jobs in August  Business Insider
Energy drags Wall St. lower; S&P down slightly in August
NEW YORK Stocks ended lower on Wall Street on Wednesday, as energy shares tracked oil prices lower, and the S&P posted a loss for August, the first negative month for the benchmark index since February.
Stocks close lower as energy lags; S&P snaps 5-month winning streak  CNBC
US stocks inch lower despite solid jobs data  Business Insider
After Apple, EU may focus on companies closer to home
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Multinational companies can expect the European Commission to press on with a crack down on sweetheart tax deals after handing Apple a breathtaking demand for 13 billion euros, officials and experts said on Wednesday.
US Tax Code May Allow Dramatic Retaliation In EU Apple Case  Fortune
EU's Tax Decision Invites More Scrutiny of Apple  Wall Street Journal
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  Chicago Tribune
NRC: Uranium miner agrees to fix radioactive sludge leaks
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says a uranium mining company has agreed to corrective measures after radioactive sludge from Wyoming leaked from a truck onto a highway.
Uranium miner agrees to fix radioactive sludge leaks  Porterville Recorder
Wells Fargo, Amazon End Student-Loan Partnership After Just Six Weeks
That was quick. A partnership between Amazon.com AMZN 0.21 % and Wells Fargo WFC 0.36 % & Co.'s private student lending department has come to an end about six weeks after it was announced.
Amazon Prime And Wells Fargo End Their Student Loan Discount  Forbes
Wells Fargo, Amazon End Deal to Offer Discounted Student Loans  Fortune
Who are the Members of the Puerto Rico Fiscal Control Board?
The White House announced Wednesday the appointment of seven people who will serve on a financial control board overseeing the restructuring of Puerto Rico's $72 billion debt.
Puerto Rico oversight board appointed  Reuters
White House names seven to Puerto Rico oversight board  Washington Post