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Lawsuit challenges Trump's foreign-government profits
A liberal watchdog group filed a lawsuit Monday arguing that President Donald Trump is violating the Constitution's ban on officials accepting benefits from foreign governments.
The first lawsuit: What can we learn about Trump's income?  Washington Post (blog)
Lawsuit Over Trump's Foreign Dealings Plows Uncharted Ground  Bloomberg
TPP withdrawal Trump's first executive action Monday, sources say
(CNN) President Donald Trump on Monday will start to unravel the behemoth trade deal he inherited from his predecessor, as two sources familiar with the matter told CNN he plans to sign an executive order to withdraw from the negotiating process of the ...
Trump expected to sign an executive order to renegotiate NAFTA  Business Insider
Trump to Sign Executive Order on Plan to Renegotiate NAFTA With Mexico, Canada
McDonald's earnings top Wall Street views as same-store sales strengthen
The fast-food giant posted earnings excluding items of $1.44 per share, up from the $1.31 a share the company earned last year. Revenue fell 5 percent to $6.03 billion, down from $6.34 billion a year ago.
McDonald's All-Day Breakfast Push No Longer Fueling Growth  Bloomberg
McDonald's can't keep up with its all-day-breakfast launch  Business Insider
Stocks Fluctuate With Bonds as Trump Targets Trade: Markets Wrap
U.S. stocks edged lower as investors turned attention to corporate results, while the dollar slipped and Treasuries advanced as the Trump administration turned its attention to reworking trade deals in Asia and North America.
Unease over Trump sends dollar to one-and-a-half month low  Reuters
Dollar retreats as Trump takes over  Yahoo News
The Latest: Trump vows to cut corporate taxes
WASHINGTON - The Latest on President Donald Trump (all times local):. 9:35 a.m.. President Donald Trump is vowing to cut taxes on his first official business day in office.
Trump tells business leaders he wants to cut regulations by 75% or ' ...  CNBC
Trump promises to cut regulations by 75 percent  Washington Examiner (blog)
Hugo Barra Leaves Xiaomi Amid Market-Share Struggles
BEIJING—Xiaomi Corp. was little known outside China in 2013, when Hugo Barra left a top job at Alphabet Inc.'s Google and signed on to make the smartphone maker a force internationally.
Hugo Barra says bye to Xiaomi, hello again to Silicon Valley  CNET
Hugo Barra leaves Xiaomi, says China has 'taken a huge toll on my life'  BGR
Craft beer brewer recalls several varieties for possible glass hazard
Several types of 12-ounce bottles of Sierra Nevada beer have been recalled for a potential glass issue. (Courtesy of Sierra Nevada).
Craft Beer Maker Recalls Pale Ales, IPAs  CBS Local
Sierra Nevada Brewing recalls bottled beer due to hazard  USA TODAY
Foxconn factory: Is Trump luring the Asian manufacturer to the US?
Foxconn is reportedly considering building a $7-billion TV screen plant in the US. But the announcement comes as the largest contract electronics maker is automating many of its factory jobs.
Foxconn considers $7 billion US display factory in cooperation with Apple  The Verge
Apple supplier Foxconn could create 50000 jobs in US  CNNMoney
Halliburton Beats Profit Expectations, But Sales Miss
Oil services giant Halliburton Co. reported a wider fourth-quarter net loss but an adjusted profit that beat expectations, although sales fell short.
Why Halliburton Posted Smaller-Than-Expected Loss  24/7 Wall St.
Report: SEC looking into Yahoo data breaches
The Securities and Exchange Commission is reportedly investigating whether Yahoo should have notified investors sooner about the two massive data breaches that occurred at the company.
Yahoo Earnings: What to Watch  Wall Street Journal
SEC To Take A Closer Look At Yahoo Breaches