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McDonald's owners to flip arches for International Women's Day

McDonald's owners to flip arches for International Women's Day

But this isn't a weird prank or a careless mistake. International Women's Day celebrates the achievements of women, as well as acting as a catalyst for change when it comes to gender equality. "And together with our independent franchise owners, we're committed to their success", she concluded. Apart from physically flipping the "M" sign, McDonald's also plans to invert its logo on its social media channels such as Twitter , Instagram and other digital platforms, Business Insider ...


WaPo: Erik Prince, Seychelles Meeting Possible Kremlin Back Channel

WaPo: Erik Prince, Seychelles Meeting Possible Kremlin Back Channel

Prince denied representing the Trump campaign and incoming administration during the meeting, which he characterized as a chance encounter over a beer that lasted no more than 30 minutes. R.D.I.F., which invests public money in private projects, was targeted by the Obama administration in 2014 when the US imposed sanctions on Russian Federation.


A380 and A400M rate cuts affect up to 3700 staff

A380 and A400M rate cuts affect up to 3700 staff

Its A400M output will reach 15 aircraft this year and 11 in 2019, before declining to eight from 2020. Airbus Chief Financial Officer Harald Wilhelm said last month that lowering build rates for both plane models would stretch the time the aircraft are in production and buy time to win new orders, without which Airbus is at risk of losing money on both plane programs.


Kameron Kelly Fails to Increase His Draft Stock at NFL Combine

Kameron Kelly Fails to Increase His Draft Stock at NFL Combine

The Browns clearly need an upgrade at the quarterback position. When the Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers swapped the second and third overall picks previous year for the Bears to draft Mitchell Trubisky Chicago only gave up two threes and a four.


Eddie Jones Would Make Shortlist for Wallabies Job

Eddie Jones Would Make Shortlist for Wallabies Job

Rain has been forecast for the Stade de France on Saturday, prompting Jones to predict a "slogathon" against heavyweight opponents who may require a horses for courses approach to selection. "Anybody that gets verbally abused like that, it's awful to see, especially when it's someone involved in our sport and a fellow coach". England's hopes of securing a second Grand Slam in three years were ended by the 25-13 defeat to Scotland at Murrayfield but victory at the Stade de France ...