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McYeah! Big comeback for McDonald's continues

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Customers are lovin' it at McDonald's again -- and so are investors. The fast food giant reported revenue and profits for the third quarter that topped forecasts. Shares of McDonald's rose nearly 3%...

Popular sites like Amazon, Twitter and Netflix suffer outages

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A number of popular websites like Amazon and Netflix were down for some users on Friday morning in what appears to be a massive DDoS attack.

Bombardier announces another round of steep job cuts

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Bombardier is eliminating 7,500 jobs, its second round of steep job cuts this year.

Camel could join Lucky Strike in $47B cigarette mega merger

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The owner of Lucky Strike wants to add Camel and Newport to its pack.

How immigrants can revive America's blighted neighborhoods

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As cities like Detroit and Baltimore struggle to find ways to revitalize their abandoned buildings, a new study has found that immigrants might hold the key to bring new life to blighted...

Cigarette consolidation; Microsoft rockets higher; Deutsche rebounds

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1. Cigarette consolidation: The owner of Lucky Strike wants to add Camel and Newport to its pack.

Airbus offers a peek at its flying taxi

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European aerospace giant Airbus has quietly lifted the curtain on an ambitious Silicon Valley project called Vahana. It's a pilotless passenger aircraft that aims to someday add a vertical component...

London's financial district plans special visas for bankers

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London's financial district is proposing a special new visa to ensure international workers aren't shut out of the U.K. after the country leaves the European Union.

Nintendo Switch console looks like the future of gaming

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Nintendo has revealed a unique new gaming console called Switch -- one part mobile, one part home console.

MetLife is dumping Snoopy

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MetLife will no longer be using Snoopy, Charlie Brown or any other members of the Peanuts gang in its ad campaigns.

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