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McDonald's tests mobile ordering before national rollout

NEW YORK (AP) — McDonald's has started testing mobile order-and-pay after acknowledging the ordering process in its restaurants can be "stressful."The company says it will gather feedback from the test before launching the option nationally toward the end of the year. It says mobile order-and-pay is available at stores in Monterey and Salinas, California, and will expand to Spokane, Washington next week.

Hawaii fears travel ban goes against welcoming aloha spirit

HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii's white sand beaches, towering volcanoes and relaxing tropical vistas attract millions of visitors annually from around the globe.But the announcement of President Donald Trump's second travel ban has stoked fears that tourism, the state's main economic driver, could take a hit.In a lawsuit Hawaii filed against the ban, state Attorney General Doug Chin said the ban would harm Hawaii by reducing the number of visitors coming to the state.

Nobody wears wearables? GoPro, Fitbit at all-time lows

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The wearables bubble has apparently burst. GoPro, maker of the Hero line of action cameras and Karma drone, is trading at an all-time low. So is watch and fitness tracker maker FitBit. Shares of GoPro fell…

Another 'Hamilton' tour to crisscross America next year

NEW YORK (AP) — Can't get to see "Hamilton?" Take heart — another national tour is kicking off early next year.Producer Jeffrey Seller said Monday a second tour of the megahit musical will start in Seattle for six weeks in February 2018. It then goes to Portland, Oregon; Salt Lake City, Utah; Costa Mesa, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Des Moines, Iowa; Cleveland, Ohio; and Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Best airports for food

A study by RewardExpert looked at almost 75,000 restaurant reviews from the top 20 airports in the United States. Each was given a score based on satisfaction, price and quality. The combined scores determined the country's best airports for eating overall.

Oregon woman files suit against Airbnb over discrimination

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A Clackamas County woman has filed a lawsuit against vacation-rental website Airbnb, saying the site facilitates discrimination against black users.The Oregonian/OregonLive reports (http://bit.ly/2m2h0p1 ) that Patricia Harrington has filed a class-action lawsuit accusing Airbnb of violating Oregon's public accommodation laws.

Starbucks unveils whiskey barrel-aged coffee. Yum!

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Starbucks announced Monday that its Roastery store in Seattle has begun selling two new specialty drinks made from beans aged in whiskey barrels. Starbucks will be selling bags of those coffee beans as well. The company…

Tom Brady launches meal kit service

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- You may not be able to play like Tom Brady, but now you can eat like him. The Super Bowl champ just launched a new line of plant-based meals. For $78 a week, subscribers will get…

Budweiser brewer won't pay CEO a bonus for 2016

LONDON (CNNMoney) -- The CEO of the world's biggest brewer won't be getting a bonus for 2016. Anheuser-Busch InBev has scrapped bonus payouts for chief executive Carlos Brito and most of his top management team after earnings crashed. "When we…

Trader Joe's apple sauces recalled

Grocery chain Trader Joe's has recalled certain varieties of their unsweetened apple sauces due to the potential presence of glass pieces in the product.

Odd questions asked during job interviews

Employers can get creative with questions they ask job seekers to see if the potential hire's skills and personality will fit within the company.  According to Glassdoor, here are 10 tough questions candidates have been asked.

Million-dollar ideas that paid off

Most people dream of coming up with a million-dollar idea, but these individuals have already made a lot of money with their innovative creations.