McDonald's jobs are abundant. About 375,000 people work at the fast food chain, according to the McDonald's 2016 filing with the Securities Exchange Commission.
Apr.26 -- Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says China is close to becoming the dominant economic power in Asia, but will never displace the U.S. militarily. Najib exclusively spoke to Bloomberg News International Government Executive Editor Rosalind Mathieson in his first international interview in three years.
Tens of thousands of Arizona teachers and their supporters have marched through hot weather to the state Capitol on the first day of an unprecedented walkout to demand more education funding
Apr.26 -- Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says Malaysia will likely achieve balanced budget around 2022 or 2023 in an exclusive interview with Bloomberg News Asia Editor Shamim Adam. This is his first international interview in 3 years.
It doesn’t matter that “Saturday Night Live” cast members and “Weekend Update” anchors Michael Che and Colin Jost have been named to host the 2018 Emmy Awards on Sept. 17....
Apr.26 -- Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson discusses what to expect from the North-South Korea summit meeting. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
South Korean President Moon Jae-in departed his office in Seoul on Friday, heading towards the Demilitarized Zone for historic talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. (April 27)
The world is watching to see if the leaders of the rival Koreas can make progress Friday in negotiating away nuclear weapons from North Korea, which has spent decades doggedly building its bombs and missiles despite crippling sanctions
A royal party floated into London on Thursday, but it had little in common with the formalities of life at Buckingham Palace. It was Prince Harry's stag night on board a motorized hot tub as imagined by a group of royal lookalikes. (April 26)
“Disobedience” opens with an ailing Orthodox Jewish rabbi (Anton Lesser) giving what will be his last sermon, on the nature of free will, a divine gift given only to humans....
Apr.26 -- North Korea leader Kim Jong Un left Pyongyang for the north-south summit meeting and talks to be held in the south side portion of Panmunjom, state-run media Korean Central News Agency says. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
Bill Cosby was convicted Thursday of drugging and molesting a woman in the first big celebrity trial of the #MeToo era. AP reporter Michael Sisak explains how it all unfolded in the Pennsylvania courtroom. (April 26)
Apr.26 -- Crawford Del Prete, chief research officer at IDC Research, and Bloomberg's Brad Stone discuss Intel's first-quarter results with Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
The nation reacts to Bill Cosby guilty verdict. People in Houston and New Orleans take in the news that a Pennsylvania jury convicted the American entertainer and comedian of sex crimes. (April 26)