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McDonald’s fires CEO Steve Easterbrook for violating policy by having relationship with employee

McDonald’s fires CEO Steve Easterbrook for violating policy by having relationship with employee

McDonald's said that the board determined Easterbrook "demonstrated poor judgment" by engaging in the relationship.

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NFL player Carl Nassib makes millions but sticks to a $3,500 budget for rent, food and bills

NFL player Carl Nassib makes millions but sticks to a $3,500 budget for rent, food and bills

The 26-year-old NFL player saves 85% of his income.

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Whistleblower offers Republicans testimony as Trump calls for name to be revealed

Whistleblower offers Republicans testimony as Trump calls for name to be revealed

Republicans have complained that the impeachment inquiry in the Democratic-led House of Representative rules has been unfair to them. The inquiry has followed established House rules.

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Google is staying silent about political ads on YouTube while Facebook and Twitter squabble

Google is staying silent about political ads on YouTube while Facebook and Twitter squabble

Google has remained quiet while the leaders of Facebook and Twitter take heat for their positions on political ads.

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Activision Blizzard’s big Blizzcon event has left some analysts disappointed and ‘hoping for more’

Activision Blizzard’s big Blizzcon event has left some analysts disappointed and ‘hoping for more’

Key Points This weekend's highly anticipated Blizzcon has analysts like Wedbush's Joel Kulina pointing out that it fell in line with predictions and failed to deliver more than expected. Going into Blizzcon, 76% of analysts…

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Consumers can’t get enough Bentley, Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce SUVs

Consumers can’t get enough Bentley, Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce SUVs

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan, Bentley Bentayga, Lamborghini Urus and Maserati Levante have all been triumphant successes. Aston Martin and even Ferrari are working on launching their own SUVs.

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Lawmakers are pushing for Boeing’s CEO to resign over Max crashes but Wall Street says not so fast

Lawmakers are pushing for Boeing’s CEO to resign over Max crashes but Wall Street says not so fast

Lawmakers and family members pressed Boeing's CEO to resign after two fatal crashes, but Muilenburg has so far resisted calls to step down.

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US companies will receive licenses to do business with Huawei ‘very shortly,’ Wilbur Ross says

US companies will receive licenses to do business with Huawei ‘very shortly,’ Wilbur Ross says

The fact that no licenses have been approved yet has raised some speculation that the White House was withholding them as leverage in China trade negotiations.

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90% of employees say they come to work sick—here’s how to fix that

90% of employees say they come to work sick—here’s how to fix that

Flu season is coming.

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More airports consider going off the grid as power outages ground flights

More airports consider going off the grid as power outages ground flights

Pittsburgh International Airport is creating a "microgrid" to fully power itself with its own onsite natural gas and solar energy. Recent power outages at airports make this even more...

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