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McDonald's CEO Don Thompson leaving after tumultuous run
Jan 28 (Reuters) - McDonald's Corp, fresh off one of its worst financial years in decades, on Wednesday said Chief Executive Officer Don Thompson would leave at the end of February and be succeeded by Chief Brand Officer Steve Easterbrook.
McDonald's CEO steps down as sales decline  Chron.com
Different ball game for new McDonald's chief  Financial Times
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Asia equities slide as Fed remains steady on rates
Thursday 03.20 GMT. An equity sell-off swept across Asia after the US Federal Reserve pledged to remain patient on raising interest rates.
Gold steadies after fall as Fed keeps patient stance on rates  Economic Times
Federal Reserve Won't Raise Interest Rates Before June, at Earliest  New York Times
Zuckerberg Plays the Amazon Game
Facebook's fourth quarter earnings handily beat Wall Street expectations today, but the social media behemoth still managed to freak out investors.
Facebook CEO Steps Up Spending to Chase Growth, Crimping Margins  Bloomberg
Driven by mobile ads, Facebook posts strong profit gains  The Express Tribune
Samsung Electronics's smartphone primacy under threat from Apple after weak ...
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (005930.KS) is closer to losing its crown as global smartphone leader after posting a plunge in quarterly mobile earnings on Thursday, a day after rival Apple Inc (AAPL.
Battle of the big phones: Samsung down in China, Apple gains  U-T San Diego
Samsung profits drop beats forecast  Irish Independent
Fiat Chrysler's Shrinking U.S., Maserati Margins Worry Investors
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) was becoming the investors darling, but its latest financial results including disappointing profits from North America and Maserati, have caused some to think again.
Fiat Chrysler Gives Upbeat Outlook, Turns Profit in Europe  Wall Street Journal
Fiat Chrysler gives upbeat outlook  MarketWatch
Dollar Rises on Fed's Interest-Rate Outlook; Kiwi Advances
(Bloomberg) -- The dollar rose for first time in three days against the yen after the Federal Reserve became the only developed nation central bank considering raising interest rates this year.
NZ dollar slammed by dovish cenbank, USD firm post-Fed  CNBC
Asian shares tripped up by surprisingly bullish Fed  Reuters UK
Wall Street ends lower after Fed statement, oil drop
US stocks closed down on Wednesday, driven by a sharp decline in the S&P 500 energy sector, after the Federal Reserve said the domestic economy was growing at a solid pace, signaling it remains on track to raise interest rates later this year.
Overnight Markets: Wall Street falls as oil outweighs Fed statement  Citywire.co.uk
Asian shares lower after US Fed meeting  BBC News
Instant Index: Feds Say Super Bowl is a 'No Drone Zone'
The index with the feds don't want to see if the Super Bowl not on the field but in the air they don't want drones the FAA calling for a new drone zone for the big game.
FAA Declares Super Bowl XLIX A 'No Drone Zone'  Forbes
Leave drones at home during Super Bowl, FAA says  WKBW-TV
US Air Force picks Boeing 747-8 to replace Air Force One Presidential aircraft
The Air Force now operates two VC-25s, specially configured Boeing 747-200Bs. Details about the new contract, including cost, were not released.
Next US Presidential Aircraft to be Based on Boeing 747-8  Sputnik International
US Air Force picks Boeing 747-8 to replace Air Force One  Fortune
The IBM Axe Starts Chopping--Widespread Layoffs Begin
When it was first suggested that IBM IBM was considering mass layoffs, the company was quick to suggest that the allegations were without substance.
IBM Layoffs 2015: Here's What You Need To Know  Talkin' Cloud
Despite talk of major layoffs, IBM has a history of success  Irish Times