Chipotle Mexican Grill on Friday said a recent security incident may have compromised the personal information of customers who used credit cards at “most” of its locations during a recent three-week span.
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Travelers’ choice between traditional lodging providers and upstart short-term rental services has upset the hotel industry, which claims Airbnb and similar operations unfairly cut into its market share with unregulated accommodations and unlicensed vendors.
A newspaper out of South Carolina has noticed something a little, well, off about a British McDonald’s ad trying to evoke the essence of the Palmetto State. The Brits seems to think it’s a lot like Texas.
White House budget director Mick Mulvaney on Thursday said number crunchers recently came up with even rosier forecasts for economic growth in the coming years than they’re projecting, but ultimately settled on the “conservatively defensible” number of 3 percent used in the president’s 2018 budget blueprint.
The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party might best be known for its vocal opposition to the refugees that have flooded into the country and their disdain for the euro. But the party’s deputy chairwoman, Beatrix von Storch, also rails against the country’s decades-old mandatory public broadcasting tax that German households and businesses must pay even if they don’t own a radio or TV.