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President Trump welcomes Canadian Prime Minister to the White House
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and joins ABC News' Terry Moran, Cecilia Vega, and Rick Klein to breakdown the President's meeting with Justin Trudeau.
Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Gluten
There’s been a bit of gluten free backlash lately, but this trend doesn’t seem to be slowing down. A recent poll found that nearly 30% of U.S. adults say they’re trying to go gluten free, and Googling the term generates more than 95 million results. If you’re on the gluten free bandwagon, either
Wendy's Says Secret Message in Logo 'Unintentional'
After a website questioned whether the company was trying to relay a subliminal message to customers, Wendy’s said that the word “Mom” is embedded in its logo, but it’s unintentional. The company began using the new logo, still featuring founder Dave Thomas’ daughter as an 8-year...
Time for Romney-Style Binders? Corporate Women Lag Behind
Mitt Romney may have introduced “binder full of women” into the lexicon, but a group working to promote women in business is proposing its own binder full of women in conjunction with its release on the latest, dismal numbers on women at the top of...
Desperate Job Seekers Turn to McJobs
How Unemployed 'Desperates' Take 'Undesirable' Jobs, and Some Even Build Careers From Them
Top Companies Push Programs to Help Women in the Workplace
Companies developing mother-friendly programs, mentoring initiatives for women
Markets Cautious Despite Unemployment Drop
Simon Constable on why international concerns are overriding good job numbers.
Health Insurers Hedge Bets With Fast Food Stock
Researchers Lambast Health Insurance Companies; Not All Convinced Investment Is Irresponsible
Toys may be story in kids meals' steady decline
Kids meals are losing steam. Hit by the triple-whammy of the recession and the evolving tastes that kids have in the food they eat and toys they play with, orders for the $5.6 billion kids meal segment are down 9% over the past year ended in March, reports research firm NPD Group. Orders from
Citigroup Stock Now Cheaper Than an ATM Fee
Sale of the century? Stock of Citigroup is trading below $1. That's less then their ATM fee. In 2006 they were at $55 a share. Alcoa is around $5.26. The cost of a big roll of aluminum foil. Hewlett-Packard is...