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S&P march to 2,000; Burger King and Tim Hortons in inversion talks; McDonald's losing millennials

by Hot Stock Minute 12:38 mins

S&P march to 2,000; Burger King and Tim Hortons in inversion talks; McDonald's losing millennials

by Hot Stock Minute 12:38 mins

Burger King is in talks to buy Tim Hortons in an inversion deal. McDonald's is reportedly having trouble wooing millennials. Amazon is reportedly testing ad software that could compete against Google's ad business.

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