Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Tuesday’s session. Stock movements reflect premarket trading. —Up …
Waitrose has said it would no longer stock them, while Pimms and other drinks at Wimbledon will be served with paper rather than plastic straws. Other …
McDonald's is rallying Thursday after the Wall Street Journal reported the fast-food chain is laying off employees to trim down its corporate structure. USA President Chris Kempczinski wrote an email explaining the layoffs to McDonald's employees. Watch ...
The stock trades at 17 times forward-looking earnings estimates ... Memo to newcomer to the fresh beef game, McDonald's. Wendy's has been selling fresh beef since day one. So far, the chain is seeing no impact from McDonald's …
I would encourage investors to take a look at the stock chart of McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE:MCD) during the most recent recession, which hit the U.S. and global economy hard. The reality is easy to see — in selling what economists refer to as an ...
Amid news of the layoffs, McDonald’s stock climbed around 2% on Thursday morning. Sign up now to receive FORTUNE's best content, special offers, …
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Microsoft has confirmed that it has acquired GitHub for $7.5 billion in Microsoft stock. GitHub will continue to operate ... The service is $50 a month and promises same-day delivery. McDonald's is modernizing 1,000 U.S. stores …
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The commitment from McDonald’s was welcomed by Environment Secretary Michael ... The move from the fast food giant comes after a month-long trial which saw some restaurants stock paper straws, keeping them behind a …
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Yet over the last year, the stock has gained 23%, almost double the S&P 500 ... data compiled by Bloomberg show. The list includes McDonald’s, …
The blue-chip index is barreling higher thanks to a big day for McDonald's (MCD) -- which is up on reports ... continue to gain following Tuesday's annual shareholder meeting. TSLA stock is trading up 0.9% at $322.26, flirting with its first close above ...