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McDonald's once again faced criticism that it's a purveyor of junk food that markets to children at its annual shareholder meeting Thursday _ including some sharp remarks from a 9-year-old girl. But on Thursday, McDonald's was taken to task by speakers associated with an advocacy group about its menu and advertising toward kids. As with other shareholder meetings where critics are given the rare chance to face executives, McDonald's Corp. allotted about a half-hour for attendees to ask CEO Don Thompson questions.
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Salesforce.com Inc.'s losses widened during its latest quarter as the company spent more money to expand its online software service in an effort to maintain the rapid growth that has propelled its stock. Investors evidently were expecting bigger things from the San Francisco company. Salesforce's stock shed $2.84, or 6.2 percent, to $42.75 in extended trading after the numbers came out.
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UPS AND DOWNS: Stocks plunged at the opening of trading but recovered by midday. A rout overseas and in the early going on Wall Street was set off by a slowdown in China and worries that the Federal Reserve might slow down its bond purchases. By the afternoon the U.S. market had recouped nearly all of its loss.
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Dismissing a veto threat from President Barack Obama, lawmakers in the House passed legislation that links student loan rates to the ups and downs of the financial markets in a vote largely along party lines. "The American people sent us here to tackle tough issues, not kick the can down the road. The time to act is now. Students, families and taxpayers cannot afford further delay," House Education and the Workforce Committee Chairman John Kline said after the vote.