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Business Features | February 18, 2017
McDonald’s tweaks menu staples
CHICAGO — Old favorites are getting new life under the Golden Arches.

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Business Features | February 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Auto union announces ad campaign
DETROIT — The United Auto Workers union is preparing an ad campaign that urges consumers to buy U.S.-made cars and trucks as it tries to tap into President Donald Trump’s efforts to rebuild the country’s manufacturing sector.

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Business Features | February 18, 2017
Judge says blind man can sue McDonald’s
CHICAGO — To the many who succumb to late-night cravings, McDonald’s drive-thru can be a beacon of fast-food hope. But without a car, the dreams of indulging in that burger desire are dashed.

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Business Features | February 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
The Zuckerberg Manifesto
NEW YORK — Mark Zuckerberg’s long-term vision for Facebook, laid out in a sweeping manifesto Thursday, sounds more like a utopian social guide than a business plan at times. Are we, he asks, “building the world we all want?”

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Business Features | February 17, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
County leaders receive awards
RICHLAND TWP — The Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber handed out honors Feb. 9 at its meeting and awards ceremony for 2016 at The Washington Place at St. Barnabas Health System.

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Business Features | February 17, 2017
Al Gore hosts climate conference in Atlanta
ATLANTA — Former Vice President Al Gore said Thursday that more attention must be paid to the dangerous health consequences of climate change, and he called on scientists, health officials and health care providers to work together to find solutions to the crisis.

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Business Features | February 16, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Fast-food’s hopes fade
NEW YORK — Fast-food’s hopes for representation in President Donald Trump’s Cabinet have been at least temporarily dashed, a major setback for an industry that has felt under siege in recent years.

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Business Features | February 16, 2017
No union in S.C.
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. — Production workers at Boeing’s South Carolina plant voted Wednesday not to join the Machinists, maintaining southern reluctance toward unionization.

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Business Features | February 16, 2017
PepsiCo sees global growth
NEW YORK — What do Baked Lay’s potato chips, Simply Tostitos chips and Diet Mountain Dew have in common? They’re all “guilt-free,” according to how PepsiCo categorizes them.

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Business Features | February 15, 2017
Insurance woes growing
It was a rough day for the already-roiled U.S. health insurance market: One giant merger was abandoned, another is threatened by infighting, and a major insurer announced it will stop selling coverage on public exchanges in 11 states.

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Business Features | February 15, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Yellen: Rate hikes likely
WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen pointed Tuesday to a solid U.S. job market and economy and said the Fed will likely resume raising interest rates in the next few months. But with uncertainties surrounding President Donald Trump’s proposals, Yellen said the Fed still wants to keep assessing the economy.

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Business Features | February 14, 2017
Phone wars heat up
NEW YORK — Verizon, in a major reversal, has joined other carriers in offering an unlimited data plan.

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Business Features | February 14, 2017
Self-driving cars on the fast track
WASHINGTON — In the first major congressional attempt to address the advent of self-driving cars, two senators said Monday they're launching a bipartisan effort to help to speed up the deployment of the vehicles on the nation's roads.

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