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Steve Easterbrook, chief branding officer, will take over from Don Thompson after one of the chain’s worst financial performances in years.
McDonald's Corp said Don Thompson would retire as its chief executive and be replaced by Steve Easterbrook, effective March 1.
The company, which makes most of its money from advertising in the news feeds of its users, says about two-thirds of its revenue comes from ads on mobile devices.
Everyone can struggle with English grammar’s complexities; these apps can improve your knowledge whatever your level of proficiency.
The ruling by federal bankruptcy judge in Delaware is an incremental but important victory to the casino company and its private equity backers.
Melvin L. Watt, the Federal Housing Finance Agency director, says that the government can be a responsible steward for most of the housing market, writes Jesse Eisinger in The Trade.
How chats and other messages and their symbols should be presented in court has become a running subplot in the trial of a California man charged with running the site.
The central bank gave its most upbeat economic assessment since the recession, though it did say prices continued to be constrained.
Windows PCs are often the main targets of malicious software that loops infected computers into remote-controlled networks called botnets, but Macs are not immune.
New technologies have the potential to divide a variety of traditional jobs into tasks that can be assigned to people just when they’re needed.
At the high end of its newly expanded range, the company will raise $95 million — and more than $109 million if underwriters exercise an option to sell more shares.
The company’s stock rises in early trading after the company indicates it will soon generate more cash from the sales of its new jetliner.
The food and beverage giant has expanded its marketing efforts beyond game day to include events across the country.
Small businesses can now target specific customers, influence their behavior and keep track of the results, while offering better rewards.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles reported full-year operating profit in line with its guidance on Wednesday as strong results from North America and improving operations in Europe and Asia managed to offset weakness in Latin America.
Stringent regulations, including requiring the sharing of secret code, are another form of economic protectionism, Western technology companies say.
Boeing Co. says fourth-quarter profit is up 20 percent as it delivered more commercial planes, offsetting weakness in the defense business.
The Chinese government regulator complained about what it said were unlicensed merchants, fake goods and other illegal practices on the company’s hugely popular shopping websites.