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The audio and video of Charles Ramsey mentioning Mcdonald's over and over will be played for decades to come.
Fatburger brand beef patties will start appearing in stores around the country as Walmart looks to figure out how to make more per square foot of retail space.
Starbucks dominates social media. Do McDonald's and Dunkin Donuts even have a chance to catch up?
Pandora's losses gave fuel to skeptics' doubts about the streaming service, yet the 55 percent jump in sales shows the music industry has to take notice.
Wal-Mart kicks off its Veterans Welcome Home Commitment, an initiative that promises to hire more than 100,000 veterans over the next five years.
McDonald's announces plans to roll back out its Mega Potato, a 1142-calorie carton of fries, for a limited-time offering in Japan.
Coca-Cola comes under fire once again after its new marketing campaign in Israel is charged as discriminatory.
Tough economic conditions followed Wal-Mart to Canada.
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The world's largest consumer-products maker Proctor & Gamble has replaced Chief Executive Officer Robert McDonald with his predecessor A.G. Lafley.
McDonald's CEO is defending Ronald McDonald, contending that he and the company's marketing campaign are not responsible for childhood obesity...
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Private equity firm KKR & Co. is considering an investment in Saks Inc. and may seek a merger with Saks's rival luxury retailer Neiman Marcus Group Inc.
Retailers including Macy's Inc. and Target Corp. are suing Visa Inc. and MasterCard Inc. over swipe fees after turning down a $7.2 billion settlement offered by the credit card companies.
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Boeing Co. believes it's gaining a five-year advantage over competition from rival aircraft maker Airbus with an upgrade of their 777 twin-aisle jet.
General Electric's new Passport engine, which will power the Bombardier Global 7000 and 8000 jets and cut down on fuel consumption, is set to begin its first tests next month.
Pearson PLC's book publishing arm, Penguin Group, has settled antitrust charges related to a deal made with Apple, agreeing to pay $75 million in damages to consumers over the way it priced electronic books.
Boeing announces its new cash deployment move, and says it will return 80 percent of its free cash flow to shareholders.
Target reported Wednesday that first-quarter earnings plummeted 29 percent.
Nineteen companies are opting out of a settlement offered by Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc. regarding transaction-processing fees, saying that if the offer was accepted, it would not stop swipe fees from rising and would prevent retailers from taking legal action in the future.
Prominent New York brokers have alleged that Wal-Mart is currently negotiating for a spot in the five boroughs...
Following the Dreamliner 787's successful first flight Monday, United Airlines states that it plans to return all the Boeing 787s to service this week.
On Monday, a U.S. judge demanded that Wal-Mart's lawyers hand over more documents that detail how the company responded to bribery allegations in Mexico.
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More major players on Wall Street, including Maxim Group, express confidence in J.C. Penney despite its recent report that detailed a bigger-than-expected fiscal loss.
Herbalife Ltd. shares are up four percent after the company announced it has hired PricewaterhouseCoopers as its new auditor after going a month without an accounting firm.
Despite speculation, it remains unknown what McDonald's has planned for its menu. While some report that the 145-item menu will be streamlined, others believe there are additions in store.
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General Electric Co.'s financial unit, GE Capital, will pay $6.5 billion in dividends back to the parent company in 2013 in a move to decrease GE's reliance on its financial arm.
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