NTD Business (July 28): Trump’s Fed Nominee Faces Opposition
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The Federal Reserve is extending the application window for some lending programs through the end of the year.

Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) says she’ll oppose one of President Donald Trump’s nominees to the Federal Reserve board. We have details and analysis.

Kodak—the onetime leader in photography sales—is now going to produce generic drugs. It just won the first federal loan of its kind, in the Trump administration’s push to bring medical supply chains closer to home.

And McDonald’s says its global restaurant sales fell more than expected in the second quarter, mostly because of the drop in international markets.