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The competition is fierce in the fast food industry. If you’re in this game, you know. If you’re just getting started in it, you’re...

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Queen Elizabeth II delivered her speech at the UK’s annual State Opening of Parliament on May 27. It was the Queen’s first speech under a...

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Greece will keep repaying its debt as long as possible, government spokesman Gabriel Sakellaridis has said. The government’s statement comes days after Interior Minister Nikos...

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Poland’s Incumbent President Bronislaw Komorowski has conceded election defeat to challenger Andrzej Duda following the release of exit polls. The exit polls suggested conservative Andrzej...

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Polish voters are going to the polls on May 24 to choose its new president in a run-off vote. In the first round on May...

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Ukraine is to receive a €1.8 billion ($2 billion) loan from the European Union. The move is described as a landmark deal for a non-EU...

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Mitsubishi and Mazda are recalling 630,000 vehicles in the largest Takata airbag recall. The move comes just days after Takata said it was doubling the...

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Hewlett-Packard is selling a 51% stake in its Chinese business unit for $2.3 billion to local company Tsinghua Holdings. The deal brings together HP with...

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Former Indian actress Jayaram Jayalalitha is set to return as the chief minister of the southern state of Tamil Nadu after the state governor...

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If you have failed to pay your bills on time, got your credit cards maxed out or had any other payment difficulties, you may...

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Over 1,500 McDonald’s employees and supporters protested at the company’s headquarters in Oak Brook, Illinois, on May 20, a day before the annual shareholder...

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JPMorgan, UBS, Barclays, Citigroup and RBS have been fined $5.7 billion in the US for charges including manipulating the foreign exchange market. Four of them...

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Takata Corp. has agreed to declare 33.8 million airbags defective, a move that will double the number of cars and trucks included in what...

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Lindsey Graham has confirmed that he will run for the White House in 2016. The South Carolina Republican senator has told CBS This Morning that...

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Greece is expected to reach an agreement with its international creditors within the next week, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has said. The Greek government is...

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King Digital shares fell as much as over 14% in after hours trading after it warned of weaker profits. Candy Crush maker said it expects...

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Honda and Daihatsu have decided to recall some 5 million cars globally to replace potentially deadly airbag inflators made by Takata. The move comes just...

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A total of 6.5 million Toyota and Nissan cars are being recalled worldwide to replace potentially faulty airbag inflators produced by Takata. Toyota said it...

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According to latest official figures, the German economy slowed by more than expected in Q1 2015, growing by just 0.3%. That compares with growth of...

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Verizon has agreed to buy AOL in a deal worth $4.4 billion. Buying AOL will broaden the amount of advertising Verizon can sell and will...

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The Greek government has started the transfer of €750 million ($834 million) in debt interest to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The move was carried...

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The US economy created 223,000 new jobs in April 2015, a much larger increase than the month before. According to the US Department of Labor,...

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Greece is hopeful that Eurozone ministers will recognize the fiscal progress it has made. Eurozone finance ministers are meeting in Brussels on May 11 to...

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Poles are voting to elect the country’s president for the next five years. Poland's presidential elections on May 10 have a colorful cast of candidates...

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A defiant Greece has decided to rehire thousands of public sector workers, including cleaning ladies, despite sustained pressure from its international creditors. Greek lawmakers passed...