Tuesday, September 02, 2014 As of 8:06 PM EDT
The company's reputation as a maker of future-tech that "just works" took a big hit this week.
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Suddenly, Mexico Is A Major Auto Manufacturer
Christie Pension Strategy Yields Handsome Returns — For Wall Street
Tesla Stock Hits All-Time High
Stock in the Tesla Model S Maker gained $46 in value last month.
Australia Oil Find Could Ignite Drilling Boom Off Country's Northwest Coast
Reports of an Australian oil find of up to 300 million barrels in the Canning Basin could be Australia's largest discovery in decades and help...
US Gas Prices Lowest Ahead Of Labor Day In Four Years
The average price at the pump is $3.45 per gallon, but prices vary widely by region.
China Losing Its Sheen For Foreign Companies, Report Says
Nearly half of all respondents in a survey of U.S. businesses said foreign firms were being singled out in a government crackdown.
US Apartment Construction Hits 25-Year High
Apartment construction fuels less economic growth than single-family housing construction.
Third Flight Diverted Over Airline Legroom Fight
A Delta Air Lines flight from New York to Florida was forced to land early on Monday night after a passenger became irate over a reclined seat.
McDonald's Disappointing Q2 Earnings Aren't Its Fault
That said, Q2 revenue was sluggish, at best, and Wall Street did not respond well.
McDonald's To Boost China Supplier Audits
McDonald's will push for more video monitoring at its Chinese suppliers and send more quality control specialists to meat production facilities.
WATCH: Costa Concordia Begins Her Final Journey
Two and a half years after she capsized off Italy’s Isola del Giglio, the Costa Concordia will finally be hauled off and sold for scraps.
Wage Protest Targets World's Fast Food Outlets [PHOTOS]
Labor rights advocates and union representatives are calling this the largest-ever strike to hit U.S. fast-food companies.
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