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How Danny Meyer Is Going Global

Meyer, Ross, Himmel, and Flug at Union Square Events’ kitchen in Manhattan Noah Kalina for Bloomberg Businessweek

By Jonathan Keehner

Danny Meyer’s burgers and shakes are poised to go global. The restaurateur who created Shake Shack has agreed …

Service Robots: Rise of the Machines (Again)

U.S. companies chase the fast-growing market for service bots

By Brian Bremner

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Pasta Place Countersues Credit Card Processor

January 10, 2012, 11:00 AM EST

SEC Push May Yield New Disclosures of Company Cyber Attacks
Virginia Asks Appeals Court to Overturn Primary Ballot Ruling
BNY Mellon, Visa, Countrywide, Morgan Stanley in Court News
Florida Man Charged With Plot to B…

January 10, 2012, 7:55 AM EST

Fed’s Pianalto Sees Growth of 2.5% in 2012, 3% in 2013
More U.S. Part-Time Workers Unearthing Full-Time Jobs: Economy
Chief Executives in U.S. Become Less Pessimistic, Survey Shows
Confidence in Canada Economy Rises…

Made in USA Gives Small Business an Edge

As labor and shipping costs in Asia increase, small stateside apparel makers are able to flaunt their domestic addresses
Tibbetts is narrowing the cost differential with Asian manufacturers Floto+Warner for Bloomberg Businessweek

By Nick Leiber

Steve Case (center) kicked off the Startup America Partnership at the White House last January.
Steve Case and Scott Case dropped by the Bloomberg offices in New York yesterday afternoon to talk up their Startup America Partnership as it nears its …

January 06, 2012, 6:09 PM EST

Fed Officials Urge Housing Aid, Split on Central Bank Role
Fed’s Dudley Calls for Government Action to Revive Housing
Fed’s Duke Sees ‘Choppy” U.S. Job Market Amid Gradual Recovery
Fed Report Says Fannie, Fred…

Overcome Five Obstacles to Growth in 2012

By Karen E. Klein

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It’s a Man vs. Machine Recovery

Bloomberg

By David J. Lynch

The U.S. produces almost one-quarter more goods and services today than it did in 1999, while using almost precisely the same number of workers. It’s as if $2.5 trillion worth of stuff—the equivalent of the entire…

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