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McDonald's is bringing back McRib sandwich

McDonald's is bringing back McRib sandwich

Hate it or love it, the McRib sandwich is back on the menu at McDonald's, CNN Money reported and the fast-food chain confirmed in a statement. According to a tweet by McDonald's SoCal , the McRib is slated to return on Thursday. It first appeared on the menu at a McDonald's in Kansas City, Kansas. The sandwich will be available for a limited time only at select locations this month.



Sentiment Change Report: Starbucks Corp (NASDAQ:SBUX)

The stock rose 5.34% or $3.31 reaching $65.32. The results didn't look pretty and SBUX stock paid the price, falling 7% to below $51 in after-hours trading. Sanford C. Bernstein restated an "outperform" rating and set a $67.00 price target on shares of Starbucks Corporation in a research note on Wednesday, August 23rd.


Amazon scales back its Fresh delivery service in smaller cities

Amazon scales back its Fresh delivery service in smaller cities

However Amazon will continue to run its Fresh food deliveries in parts of larger cities such as Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and Boston. Even as Amazon has taken a huge leap into groceries with the acquisition of Whole Foods, it's scaling back other parts of its grocery business. The news comes after the online retailer's $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods Market, which is expected to play a key role in Amazon's grocery delivery going forward.


Bank of America (BAC) Stock Hold Rating Kept at Robert W

Bank of America (BAC) Stock Hold Rating Kept at Robert W

Analysts have a mean recommendation of 2.10 on this stock. Keefe Bruyette & Woods downgraded Bank of America Corp (NYSE: BAC ) on Monday, May 16 to "Market Perform" rating. The firm has "Buy" rating by Stifel Nicolaus given on Thursday, October 19. Keefe Bruyette & Woods upgraded the stock to "Outperform" rating in Tuesday, November 29 report.


Amazon Buys Cryptocurrency Domains

Amazon Buys Cryptocurrency Domains

The Next Web reported one example of this just last month, when a baseless rumor that Amazon was considering accepting Bitcoin began circulating. Whois records link the domains to a subsidiary of Amazon.com, Amazon Technologies, which has in the past been linked to patent filings.