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2:10 PM - Thursday, January 29, 2015
5 hour ago - msnbc.com
U.S. regulators have determined that only connections with download speeds of 25 megabits per second or faster will qualify as broadband.
4 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Jillian Berman
When McDonald's CEO Don Thompson officially steps down in March, there will be just four black CEOs in the Fortune 500.Even as politicians, pundits and the business community work to increase the number of women in the C-suite, Thompson’s depar . . .
10 hour ago - WSJ.com
Royal Dutch Shell posted higher profit but said it would freeze dividend payments and curb planned spending over the next three years by some $15 billion as it struggles with weaker oil prices.
6 hour ago - on The Huffington Post / Harry Bradford
When there comes a blizzard, New Jersey will milk the lizard. As snowstorm Juno rolled across the Northeast earlier this week, Web traffic on adult site PornHub increased more in New Jersey than in any other state in the area. The site's da . . .
14 hour ago - NPR Topics / Shankar Vedantam
Researchers asked this question: Is a company better off spending big money for a Super Bowl ad or buying several spots for that same amount of money at a less expensive time of the year?
4 hour ago - forbes.com / Alicia Adamczyk
Image: GapKids Kid's wear is getting more colorful. After a successful collaboration with Gap, Kate Spade & Company CEO Craig A. Leavitt announced during an earnings call Thursday morning that Kate Spade will launch a children's collection some . . .
5 hour ago - BBC
Our economics correspondent Andrew Walker explains how developments in Germany and Denmark are hallmarks of strange times in the eurozone.
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Steven Mufson
President Obama will present a federal budget proposal on Monday that would exceed restrictive spending caps mandated by Congress four years ago and propose new capital gains and bank taxes, an effort that will likely get bogged down in congres . . .
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
Northrop Grumman Corp. and Raytheon Co. on Thursday both pledged to boost research spending and exports, but the two defense companies received sharply different reactions from investors.
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