McDonald's Boosts Quarterly Dividend

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McDonald's increased its quarterly dividend by 5%, a move the company said reflects "the continued strength and sustainability of our cash flow."

DJIA, S&P 500 Rise to New Highs

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The Dow industrials and S&P 500 rallied to all-time highs Thursday as investors were heartened by signals from the Federal Reserve that it remains on a measured course to eventually raise interest rates.

Fed Acts Against Santander U.S. Unit

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The Federal Reserve took enforcement action against Santander's U.S. unit, saying one of the Spanish bank's subsidiaries paid a dividend without permission even though the Fed had barred it from doing so.

A Full Night's Sleep Can Really Pay Off

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Being well rested can make people more productive and valuable at work, as well as smarter in their investing, research suggests.

Falling Yen Is Weaker Tonic for Japan

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Japan is getting less bang from the rising buck. That is the message investors are sending after a month in which the yen slipped to a six-year low against the dollar.

Keystone Pipeline Cost Expected to Double

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TransCanada's CEO said the cost to build the Keystone XL pipeline, currently estimated at $5.4 billion, is expected to double by the time the U.S. government completes its review of the largest part of the project.

Chinese Property Investors Bet Big Overseas

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A growing number of Chinese developers are launching big projects in Western cities, such as the planned $1.63 billion transformation of an abandoned dock in London into a business park.

The Trouble With Keeping Commercial Flights Clean

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With the Ebola crisis in the background, standards for disinfecting planes vary based on time, class and other factors.

Asset Sales Highlight Sears Cash Deficit

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Sears is selling off assets to raise money, but even if those sales go as planned, credit analysts say, it could find itself short of funds by the end of 2016.

Is the influx of illegal aliens responsible for the mysterious enterovirus infecting children now across the country?
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