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3,000 McDonald's Stores Stop Selling Salads Amid…

There are around 100 cases of people becoming sick in Iowa and Illinois and a handful of cases in surrounding states.

Heading for clouds: Aviation sector faces trade…

Aircraft makers at the Farnborough International Airshow say thousands of jobs are at risk in this most international of industries as U.S. President Donald Trump raises tariffs and other countries retaliate.

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US Lifts Ban On ZTE

In April, the department banned U.S. companies selling parts and software to ZTE after the company illegally sent equipment to Iran and North Korea.

US retail sales rise at a healthy 0.5 percent…

US retail sales rose at a healthy 0.5 percent pace in June as optimistic Americans spend more

Small businesses are upbeat, but tariff fallout is a threat

Small business owners remain generally optimistic, but economists say escalating trade disputes could turn their upbeat attitude around

Survey of economists: US sales and employment…

Survey of economists: US sales, employment and wages will likely grow over next 3 months

U.S. Retail Sales Increase for Fifth-Straight…

Jul.16 -- Lara Rhame, chief U.S. economist at FS Investment Solutions, examines June U.S. retail sales, how gasoline prices work into the data, and the state of the U.S. consumer. She speaks with Bloomberg's Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

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Why traditional credit scores still matter

Alternative data, such as your social media and smartphone choices, will not replace traditional credit scores anytime soon

IMF: World economy likely to grow 3.9 percent this year

IMF keeps global growth forecast at 3.9 percent this year despite worries about trade tensions

Deadline looms for casinos' sports bet plans before football

It's already late in the fourth quarter for some gambling companies' plan to offer legal sports betting in New Jersey before football season starts

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WeWork takes meat off the menu at company events

Office space sharing company WeWork says it will no longer serve red or white meat at company events and also won't allow employees to charge meat to the company