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(Reuters) - A violent altercation that escalated into gunfire in downtown Seattle left one woman dead and six other bystanders wounded outside a fast-food restaurant on Wednesday, and police said they were searching for at least two suspects.
IN celebrating the upcoming festivities of Chinese New Year, McDonald’s Malaysia continues its tradition of embracing the True Meaning of Prosperity for the fourth year, with restaurant crew members visiting more than 60 old folks’ homes across the nation ahead of Chinese New Year 2020.
THE National Film Development Corporation Malaysia (Finas) will help young actress Puteri Balqis Azizi with some financial aid, reported Harian Metro.
McDonald’s Corp has set up a team dedicated to digital customer engagement as the world’s biggest restaurant chain seeks to reap the benefits from its technology investments.
HONG KONG: Chinese state-owned conglomerate Citic Ltd is planning to significantly reduce its stake in McDonald’s China Co more than two years after it bought into the fast-food chain, as rising costs pinch the franchise’s profit.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is inching its way into every consumer product imaginable – from wearable devices that read a dog’s mood and companionship robots that ask for cuddles to beauty systems that analyse skin tone and outfits that recommend suitable shades of lipstick.
HONG KONG: Chinese state-owned conglomerate Citic Ltd. is planning to significantly reduce its stake in McDonald’s China Co. more than two years after it bought into the fast-food chain, as rising costs pinch the franchise’s profit.
Two decades ago, AirAsia revolutionised consumer expectations in the region with the catchphrase: 'Now everyone can fly.'
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential contenders on Friday condemned the air strike that killed Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani, saying President Donald Trump's decision was reckless and could lead the United States to another war in the Middle East.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden took in $22.7 million (£17.30 million) in the last three months of 2019, his campaign said in a statement on Thursday, a pickup in fundraising just weeks before voters kick off the party's nominating process.