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Weekly News Roundup

CEOs From Apple, Yelp and Salesforce Slam New Law: Weekly News Roundup

Data & Featured Lists Editor
5 min read

Can't keep on top of all the latest headlines? We do the hard work for you with these weekly recaps, designed to help you learn all the latest tech and small-business news in a snap. In this week's edition:

  • CEOs of top firms like Apple, Salesforce, Yelp slammed a controversial religious freedom law that passed in Indiana recently. Learn why the governor is now planning to amend it. 
  • A top U.S. official warns that cyber crime is probably the biggest threat facing business around the world and must be taken seriously. 
  • In franchise news, McDonald's is trying to satisfy all-day breakfast cravings at some test-locations. Our Kate Taylor reports that the fast-food giant also announced a pay hike -- and why it will only impact certain employees.
  • And don't miss this write-up about Google Map's pair up with the iconic Pac-Man video game. Our Carly Okyle says it proves innovation can be about seeing "a familiar product in a new way."

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