Indiana Gov. wants fix to controversial law, McDonald's table service and CEOs at the White House

The market taketh and the market giveth away. After a healthy pop yesterday all three major indices (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) are trading in the red on this, the last day of the first quarter.

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Still, if things stay more or less in line with the current lunchtime trade the market will record it’s ninth straight “up” quarter even in the face of growing tensions around the world and fiscal issues in Greece heating up.

Here are some of the other stories Yahoo Finance is keeping an eye on today.

Indiana is “open for business”

After facing a firestorm of criticism that Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Law is discriminatory, Governor Mike Pence just announced he is asking legislators to fix it. Pence asked for new language on his desk by the end of the week that would illustrate that this bill does not allow businesses to refuse service to anyone.

White House visitors

The prime minister of Sweden is visiting President Obama today.  That’s not surprising– you’d expect Mr. Obama would meet with many world leaders.  But what might be surprising is what Rick Newman found out about business leaders coming to the White House. Which CEO’s visited the most and why?

McDonald’s at you (table) service

Another day, another new idea from McDonald’s (

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