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  • Charter to Buy Bright House Networks
    Charter Communications agreed to buy Bright House Networks for $10.4 billion in cash and stock, the latest deal in a rapidly consolidating pay-television industry.image
  • McDonald's to Test All-Day Breakfast
    Fast-food chain McDonald’s will experiment with round-the-clock Egg McMuffins and Hot Cakes at some San Diego area outlets, responding to customer demand and countering rivals such as Jac...
  • Energy's New Legal Threat: Earthquake Suits
    A lawsuit in Oklahoma highlights a new question for energy companies: Can they be forced to pay for damages from earthquakes if the tremors can be linked to oil-and-gas activity?image
  • Subscription Service Accused of Fraud
    Authorities in five states filed a lawsuit Tuesday against a magazine and newspaper subscription service they accuse of charging highly inflated prices for publications they weren’t autho...
  • MillerCoors Caught in a Downdraft
    Profit margins at MillerCoors are under pressure and rival craft beers are cutting into sales. On top of it, the company needs to find a new CEO.image

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  • The Rise and Inglorious Fall of Myspace
    It once promised to redefine music, politics, dating, and pop culture. Rupert Murdoch fell in love with it. Then everything fell apart
  • Market America's American Dream Machine
    JR and Loren Ridinger made a fortune, won celebrity friends, and built a multilevel marketing empire by selling their most valuable asset: Themselves
  • How to Save Greece
    Debt doesn't have to spell disaster. A solution to Europe's crisis exists—and it's worked before
  • Bloomberg View
    The Supreme Court gets the Wal-Mart ruling right • Deficit math that doesn't add up
  • What Now, Chairman Bernanke?
    Some economists and former Fed officials think Bernanke should rethink the central bank's wait-and-see policy as growth slows

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  • A farewell to How the World Works
    Coverage of politics, the economy, and globalization will continue, but the branded blog will not
  • Solyndra's China syndrome
    A worker walks behind solar panels on the factory roof of the Yingli Green Energy Holding Company in Baoding, Hebei Province.While Republicans seize upon a solar power fiasco to attack gr...
  • Operation treason?
    U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben BernankeWhy markets are tanking: The Fed's new plan admits the economy is in trouble but doesn't come close to fixing it
  • Facebook's enraging status update
    The social media network annoys its users, again, with a confusing revamp. There must be an agenda here, somewhere
  • Does Google deserve the Microsoft treatment?
    Eric SchmidtThe search engine giant is feeling the antitrust heat. Not all of it is justified -- but some is


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  • Apple Leaves Coke Flat in Global Top Brand Survey
    As soda loses its popularity in the developed world, Apple bumps Coca-Cola out of its top spot.
  • Shutdown? Don’t Panic Yet
    It’s a down day, but as the government shutdown looms, Wall Street isn’t freaking out yet. Daniel Gross on why the markets may be waiting for Boehner and the fractious Republicans to blink.
  • Solar Power on a Grand Scale
    There’s a new type of solar plant coming online. Does it have a future?
  • Now Wall Street’s Worried
    Fairly blasé until now about the prospect of a shutdown and default, Wall Street is waking up. By Daniel Gross.
  • Business Ignores Food Stamp Cuts
    Supermarkets and food manufacturers depend on food stamps for a significant chunk of their sales each year. Yet as Republicans push for huge, punitive cuts in funding for the program, the...

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  • Google Android Triumphs at Nokias Expense
    Competition from the Apple iPhone has gotten most of the blame for Nokia's struggle in the past few years to maintain relevance and market share in smartphones. But the Android operating...
  • Nokia Profit Tops Estimate as Share Falls
    The Finns aren't gloating types, but they must be taking a certain amount of delight from Nokia's third-quarter comeback. The world's largest mobile phone maker on Oct. 21 reported reven...
  • Ericsson Charts Changing Usage of TV
    The way consumers use television is changing rapidly, with 70 percent of viewers now streaming, downloading, or watching recorded broadcasts on a weekly basis and half accessing on-deman...
  • Nokias Results Sag Amid Faint Hope
    By most measures, the world's largest maker of mobile phones delivered disappointing second-quarter results on July 22. Revenues grew less than 1 percent from the same quarter a year ear...
  • A New Approach to Classroom Computers
    Israeli startup Time To Know is out to revolutionize education by offering schools a new digital teaching platform and interactive curriculum. The company's ambitious goal: to radically ...

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  • The Indian Outsourcer to Watch is Based in Teaneck
    (This post originally referred incorrectly to HCL Technology. The correct name is HCL Technologies.) Indian outsourcers are getting ready for more growth. Indian newspaper The Economic T...
  • In Electronics, Japan Still Matters
    In the global technology industry's pecking order, Japanese consumer electronics companies long ago surrendered their top spot to more nimble competitors like Samsung Electronics and App...
  • China's Surprising Trade Numbers
    By Dexter Roberts Amongst the flood of economic statistics released this week by Beijing, the trade numbers certainly were some of the most notable. With imports up 19.4% and exports up ...
  • Alibaba Replies on Piracy Claims
    By Bruce Einhorn Following my post the other day about the difficulties at Alibaba , company spokesman John Spelich contacted me to point out a few things. First of all, he says Alibaba ...
  • Alibaba's Bad Week Gets Worse
    By Bruce Einhorn As if Chinese Internet company didn't already have enough problems, the U.S. government has delivered another blow to chairman Jack Ma's group. The U.S. Trad...

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  • Pushing Free Online Learning in a New Direction
    Business professors from several top universities in the U.S. are among a dozen instructors participating in one of the online education market's latest experiments, a new website called...
  • B-Schools: Go Global or Die?
    No one in their right mind would claim that there is such a thing as a best place in the world to conduct business. After all, how could you compare the City of London to an Indian techn...
  • Scared Straight? For MBAs, Maybe, Maybe Not
    A few days ago, Garrett Bauer, who pleaded guilty in December to one of the longest-running and profitable insider trading schemes of all time, appeared on a video screen in a conference...
  • ForumWatch: Alternatives to the Full-Time MBA
    Ever since the financial crisis hit in 2008, the gainfully employed have been in a pickle: do nothing to improve your skills and your job may not be yours for long, quit a job to go back...
  • Europe: Younger B-School Applicants Staying Put
    A new report from the Graduate Management Admission Council, the folks who bring you the GMAT test, is full of the kind of positive news GMAC is known for. Indeed, the number of GMAT exa...


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  • CCI Moves to Bloomberg
    Distribution of the ongoing Consumer Comfort Index has been transferred to Bloomberg Finance LP under an exclusive licensing agreement with Langer Research Associates, producer of the wee...
  • Rising Gas Prices Slam Consumer Sentiment
    Soaring gasoline prices slammed consumer sentiment into reverse this week, threatening the slow recovery in economic views that’s been under way. With gas now at record high for a Februar...
  • Consumer Sentiment: Struggling Forward
    Consumer views of current economic conditions resumed their struggle forward this week, with the weekly Consumer Comfort Index inching back near the high end of its recent range. The inde...
  • SOTU Comes at a Tender Time for Consumer Confidence
    Barack Obama faces a tricky task in tonight’s State of the Union address: Encouraging the public’s tentative hopes for recovery while not losing sight of still-deep dissatisfaction with c...
  • Edge In Optimism Hits An 8-Year High
    Economic optimism exceeds pessimism by the widest margin in more than eight years in this week’s ongoing Consumer Comfort survey, a fresh sign of improvement in public views of the nation...

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  • Portugal, Ireland woes dominate EU summit
    BRUSSELS -- Just on the day EU leaders were hoping to present the final version of their plan to solve the region's debt crisis, their summit in Brussels was overwhelmed Thursday by debat...
  • Moody's downgrades ratings of Spanish banks
    MADRID -- Moody's downgraded the debt of 30 Spanish banks Thursday but left untouched the ratings of the country's three largest banks, highlighting the weaknesses in Spain's financial sy...
  • Markets brush off Portuguese bailout concerns
    LONDON -- Markets on Thursday brushed aside mounting speculation that Portugal would soon be tapping a European bailout fund amid hopes that the continent's debt crisis may be about to cl...
  • Japan disaster reminds businesses about insurance
    NEW YORK -- It might be inconceivable to small business owners that a disaster hundreds or thousands of miles away could shut them down. But the earthquake and tsunami in Japan have inter...
  • Irish economy shrinks for 3rd straight year
    DUBLIN -- Ireland's economy shrank in 2010 for the third straight year and the yields on Irish bonds rose to euro-era highs Thursday amid fears that the cost of rescuing the country's fai... - Mutual - Mutual Funds

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  • Red state Medicaid expansion no shock
    Florida governor Rick Scott created a stir this week when he said he’d expand Medicaid as requested by the Obama administration. But health policy experts say it's hard for any governor t...
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  • Florida governor expands Medicaid
    Florida governor Rick Scott, one of the biggest critics of President Obama’s health reform efforts, said Wednesday he would do the administration’s bidding and expand the Medicaid program.
  • Final health benefit rules clarify confusion
    The Obama administration cleared up some confusion on Wednesday about rules governing just which health services insurance companies have to pay for.
  • Hospital granted request: no black nurses, suit says
    An African-American nurse is suing a Michigan hospital after she says staff there agreed to a swastika-tattooed father’s request that no black nurses care for his new baby. Tonya Battle, ...

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  • Nuclear Deal Could Drive Investors to Iran Stocks
    If Iran reaches a nuclear deal, Western investors will almost certainly queue up to invest in the country. The first stop for much of that money, at least initially, could be the Tehran S...
  • Former Federal Agents Charged With Stealing Bitcoin
    Two former federal agents were charged with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars of virtual currency during an undercover investigation into an online drug market, bringing an age-ol...
  • China to Delay Bank Technology Rules
    China has agreed to delay implementation of some bank technology rules that have sparked heavy lobbying from the U.S. government and technology companies due to protectionist concerns, a ...
  • Rock Star Spearheads Investment in Ethiopia
    A number of high-profile investors are following in the footsteps of Bob Geldof, who raised money for Africa through his Live Aid concerts 30 years ago and now chairs a private-equity fir...


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  • Noah to Succeed Stewart on 'Daily Show'
    Comedy Central has tapped 31-year-old South African comic Trevor Noah to replace Jon Stewart as the host of its flagship franchise, “The Daily Show.”
  • Jay Z Enters Music-Streaming Wars
    Tidal, a music-streaming service acquired by Jay Z this month, was relaunched with star-studded fanfare in New York. The service hopes to set itself apart from Spotify with exclusive musi...
  • Facebook Woos Chinese Advertisers
    Facebook is waging a charm campaign to draw more business from Chinese companies, even though Chinese users can’t access its service.
  • How Jeffrey Katzenberg Is Rewriting DreamWorks' Script
    DreamWorks Animation’s CEO, conceding his effort to create a diversified entertainment empire stretched the studio too thin, vows to refocus on feature films.
  • TV for Babies Is Here
    Most TV networks don’t target viewers any younger than four years old, but BabyFirstTV is testing that boundary.


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  • FTC cracks down on companies promising due diligence
    One of the first things I do when I’m about to purchase a product or service is check the Internet for information. I’m particularly interested in getting help from companies that make m...
  • Busted iPhones add up to big business
    I’ve long felt that too many people have become too attached to their smartphones. But not only do people have an unhealthy and often annoying attachment to these devices, they are also ...
  • Not everyone who needs help is a moocher
    By Mitt Romney’s measure, my grandmother was a moocher. You’ve probably heard about the Republican standard-bearer’s remarks videotaped at a private fundraiser in May and released this w...
  • How to spot financial crimes against seniors
    Jacquelyn Atchley isn’t bitter. At least not anymore. But the 73-year-old retired Oklahoman certainly has the right to be angry. She lost $180,000 — all of her retirement savings — in a ...
  • Case history in bad behavior
    You’ve probably heard “to whom much is given, much is required.” But when is the much you’re giving too much? I received a plea from one single woman who felt guilty because she decided ... - Money - Money Magazine

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  • Noah to Succeed Stewart on 'Daily Show'
    Comedy Central has tapped 31-year-old South African comic Trevor Noah to replace Jon Stewart as the host of its flagship franchise, “The Daily Show.”
  • Jay Z Enters Music-Streaming Wars
    Tidal, a music-streaming service acquired by Jay Z this month, was relaunched with star-studded fanfare in New York. The service hopes to set itself apart from Spotify with exclusive musi...
  • Facebook Woos Chinese Advertisers
    Facebook is waging a charm campaign to draw more business from Chinese companies, even though Chinese users can’t access its service.
  • How Jeffrey Katzenberg Is Rewriting DreamWorks' Script
    DreamWorks Animation’s CEO, conceding his effort to create a diversified entertainment empire stretched the studio too thin, vows to refocus on feature films.
  • TV for Babies Is Here
    Most TV networks don’t target viewers any younger than four years old, but BabyFirstTV is testing that boundary. - Sales and - Sales and Marketing


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  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Review: The iPhone 6 Has Met Its Match
    A better camera, sharper display and faster charging put Samsung’s new flagship phones ahead in the smartphone race, writes Joanna Stern.image
  • IBM to Invest $3 Billion in 'IoT' Push
    IBM plans to invest $3 billion over four years on a new business helping customers like the Weather Channel gather and analyze the flood of data from sensor-equipped devices and smartphon...
  • H-P Sues Ex-Autonomy Executives
    Hewlett-Packard said it filed suit against two former senior officials of Autonomy, the U.K. software firm that H-P purchased and then accused of misrepresenting its financial condition.i...
  • Line's CEO Sees 2015 as a Critical
    The new chief executive of the operator of popular smartphone messaging application in Japan worries the door for growth won’t remain open for long.image
  • Uber Wins French Court Reprieve
    A French court declined to ban Uber Technologies Inc.’s lowest cost services, kicking the case to a higher court and winning the car-hailing service a reprieve in one of its biggest Europ...

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