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IRS Data Breach May Be Sign of More Personalized Schemes
The plot to steal information on 100,000 taxpayers from the Internal Revenue Service and hijack nearly $50 million in refunds not only reveals a previous security breach but hints at a wider fraud that may bedevil Americans in the future.
Sources: IRS believes identity thieves from Russia  Observer-Reporter
Sources: IRS Believes Massive Data Theft Originated in Russia
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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.
McDonald's Will Change How Its Burgers Are Cooked  New York Times
McDonald's to toast its buns longer
Dow Jones Rise as Greece Fights for Deal; Euro Ticks Up
New York: Equities markets rose on Wednesday, led by gains in European stocks, and the euro edged up on signs, later dismissed, that Greece and its creditors were drafting an agreement that would provide Athens much-needed debt relief.
Asian shares up on Greek rescue hopes, dollar shines
The Dollar And Commodities: Which Is The Leader?  Seeking Alpha
United States stocks end higher; Nasdaq hits record
The Nasdaq Composite (RIXF) gained 73.84 points, or 1.5%, to 5106.59, the highest ever level, as its heaviest-weighted component, Apple Inc.(AAPL), climbed 1.9%.
India Morning Call-Global Markets  Reuters India
Stocks look for calm open after yesterday's selloff  Seeking Alpha
Japan Retail Sales Regain Ground
TOKYO—Japanese retail sales jumped 5.0% from a year earlier in April, government data showed Thursday, regaining some ground after a tax-induced lull last year.
Japan retail sales rise 5% from low 2014 base  MarketWatch
Japan's retail sales in rebound after 3 straight months of falls  South China Morning Post (subscription)
Exxon CEO holds line on climate change at annual meeting
Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson again rebuffed criticism Wednesday that the company was not doing enough to cut carbon emissions, arguing that current climate models were not yet strong enough to justify a drastic shift away from fossil fuels.
Exxon, Chevron opt out of European Big Oil's climate huddle  The Seattle Times
United States Oil Companies Chevron Corp, Exxon Mobil Corp Face ...  Rapid News Network
Jawbone Sues Fitbit For Allegedly Stealing Employees And Trade Secrets
Four fitness trackers are shown in this photograph. They are, from left, Fitbit Force, Jawbone Up, Fitbug Orb, and the Nike FuelBand SE.
Jawbone lawsuit accuses Fitbit of trade secret theft  CNET
Jawbone files lawsuit against rival Fitbit  Rapid News Network
Average cost of data breaches now at $5.2 million a year for companies, study ...
The cost of breaches is rising for companies around the world as sophisticated thieves target valuable records. Relevant offers. Business.
This is how much data breaches are costing  Brisbane Times
The cost of a data breach has jumped 23 percent in two years  PCWorld
Abercrombie & Fitch, Costco, GameStop earnings in focus
Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Thursday's session are Costco Wholesale Corp., Abercrombie & Fitch Co.
Costco comparable sales fall 1 percent, miss Street forecasts  Reuters
Costco Profit Tops Estimates as Sales Gains Outpaced Wal-Mart  Bloomberg
FAA to consider new mental health rules for commercial pilots
Wreckage of the Germanwings Airbus A320 at the site of the crash in March. Photo: Reuters. Los Angeles: In the wake of airline catastrophes involving Germanwings and Malaysia Airlines carriers, the Federal Aviation Administration is calling for a study on ...
FAA working to study emotional, mental health of pilots  WWMT-TV
US to review pilot mental health after Germanwings crash  Grand Forks Herald