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Organizers Go for Harmony in New Tokyo 2020 Logo

CORPORATE | By Jill Armstrong | Apr 28
Opting for simplicity and harmony, organizers unveiled the new official logo on Monday, seven months after an initial design was scrapped over allegations of plagiarism.

Polish Leaders Threaten Fate of Nearly Finished WWII Museum

CORPORATE | By Vanessa Gera | Apr 28
Poland's conservative government is taking steps that threaten an ambitious new World War II museum which international experts have spent eight years creating.

McNugget Makeover? McDonald's Tests 'Simpler' Recipe

McDonald's wants to take some of the mystery ingredients out of Chicken McNuggets.

Historic 'Laws of Baseball' Documents Sell for More Than $3M

FINANCE | Apr 27
Documents that baseball historians have called the Magna Carta of the game have sold at auction for nearly $3.3 million.

Inside Starbucks' Plan to Feed Families in Need

Starbucks recently announced a new plan to donate 100 percent of its unsold food to charity within five years .

Family Dollar Gives Statement Regarding Viral Video of Anti-Gay Cashier

Discount retail chain Family Dollar issued a statement Monday in response to a viral video showing an employee in one of its New Orleans locations refusing service to a woman because she is a lesbian.

Backlash Greets Plans for Muslim Cemeteries Across U.S.

LEGAL | By Denise Lavoie | Apr 26
On the site of a long-idle dairy farm, leaders of a local mosque hope to build a final resting place for about 500 Muslim families - to the dismay of many residents of this quaint town in central Massachusetts.

Companies Eye Partnership Deals to Counter Low Growth

CORPORATE | By Pan Pylas | Apr 26
With global economic growth slowing, inflation staying low and digital innovation generating uncertainty, companies are increasingly looking at partnership deals with other firms, even competitors, to boost revenues.

Aeropostale is Being Delisted by the NYSE

Trading in shares of Aeropostale, the retailer whose clothes were once ubiquitous in teen closets, was suspended Friday and the New York Stock Exchange will delist the company.

AP: S. Korea Covered Up Mass Abuse, Killings of 'Vagrants'

LEGAL | By Kim Tong-Hyung and Foster Klug | Apr 25
Even as South Korea prepares for its second Olympics, in 2018, thousands of traumatized former inmates have still received no compensation, let alone public recognition or an apology, after abuses leading up to '88 games.

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