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In the News: LinkedIn, Taco Bell, Facebook and more

Posted by Dale Buss on February 25, 2014 09:23 AM

In the News

LinkedIn launches China site despite risk of censorship.

Taco Bell rolls out breakfast nationwide.

Facebook drops unpopular email service.

Avaya hopes payoff from Olympics is just beginning.

Bitcoin plunges as major exchange goes dark.

BlackBerry launches sub-$200 phone aimed at Asia that is manufactured by Foxconn.

Conde Nast's Self magazine launches frozen foods line. 

Einstein Noah sees CEO resign.

Ford readies smaller Focus engine in fuel-efficiency drive.

JCPenney plans to break new marketing campaign during Oscars.

JPMorgan Chase cuts thousands more jobs.

Jack Daniel's enlists Frank Sinatra.

LVMH takes stake in Italian fashion house.

McDonald's may extend breakfast hours.

NBC saw Olympics audience drop, but is already gearing up for 2016 Rio Games.

Oracle acquires BlueKai data management platform. 

P&G puts health care operator on block.

Qantas comes under pressure as losses mount.

Target stumbles in push into Canada.

Unilever and P&G lather shampoo price war.

Walmart pours $1 billion into Mexico for expansion.

Western Union faces probe for fraud-induced money transfers. 

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