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  • Thomson Reuters editor Matthew Keys faces hacking charges

     
    Thomson Reuters deputy social media editor Matthew Keys will face charges next month after being indicted Thursday for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacking group “Anonymous” to infiltrate a Tribune site shortly after he was fired....
  • Journalist Matthew Keys says he's 'fine' after hacking indictment

     
    Thomson Reuters deputy social media editor Matthew Keys said on Twitter that he was "fine" after being indicted Thursday for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacking group “Anonymous” to infiltrate a Tribune site shortly after he was...
  • Burger King profit slumps 83% amid revamp, re-franchising

    Burger King profit slumps 83% amid revamp, re-franchising
    Burger King Worldwide Inc., one of the country’s largest hamburger chains, said its net income tanked 83% in its third quarter, the first time the brand has reported earnings since returning to public trading. The fast food company was one of...
  • Gas prices keep inflation tame, push confidence to four-year high

    Gas prices keep inflation tame, push confidence to four-year high
    Falling energy and gas prices helped keep inflation in check last month and also pushed consumer confidence to a four-year high, according to two reports Friday. The good news helped mitigate a stock market slump earlier in the day after investors...
  • Consumer spending, though still weak, jumps most in five months

    Consumer spending, though still weak, jumps most in five months
    Consumer spending, a top economic motivator, made its biggest jump in five months – but uncertainty over rising gas prices, still-high unemployment, a looming fiscal cliff and the election threaten to keep growth subdued. Personal consumption...
  • Consumer sentiment at lowest level of the year on Europe, jobs

    Consumer sentiment at lowest level of the year on Europe, jobs
    With a sense of doom creeping over Europe and labor woes in the U.S., the level of American confidence in June is at a low for the year, according to a preliminary index from Thomson Reuters and the University of Michigan. The measure fell to 74.1 in...
  • Consumer confidence falls to a five-month low

    Consumer confidence falls to a five-month low
    It’s the consumer version of June gloom: Americans this month are the most down and out they’ve been in five months, as hiring and income prospects dim. An index of sentiment compiled by the Conference Board slid to 62 in June from 64.4 in...
  • Consumer spending, confidence fall to lowest levels of the year

    Consumer spending, confidence fall to lowest levels of the year
    The economic recovery is looking increasingly dicey, as consumer spending and confidence both slid to their lowest levels of the year amid tumbling gas prices and a still-grim jobs forecast. Americans – especially wealthier ones – are feeling...
  • Higher prices push up consumer spending at the expense of savings

    Higher prices push up consumer spending at the expense of savings
    Americans spent more in August than the month before, buying more cars and paying up for gas. But many funded their expenditures by raiding their savings accounts. Consumer spending, a major contributor to the country’s economic activity, increased...
  • What to expect from Apple's third-quarter earnings

    What to expect from Apple's third-quarter earnings
    Apple will release its third-quarter earnings after the markets close Tuesday, and -- here's something you don't hear often -- analysts say they aren't expecting blowout results. Those surveyed by Thomson Reuters estimate Apple will post earnings per...
  • Apple reports disappointing third-quarter earnings, shares plunge

    Apple reports disappointing third-quarter earnings, shares plunge
    Apple, already facing low expectations for its third-quarter earnings, reported disappointing results that caused shares to plunge in after-hours trading. The technology giant said profit rose 21% to $8.8 billion, or $9.32 per share, on revenue of $35...