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11:31 PM - Friday, October 31, 2014
7 hour ago - forbes.com / Matt Hickey
The New York Times today has details on a plan from the FCC that attempts to address the acrimony between Net Neutrality activists and broadband providers. For those just joining us, some broadband providers wish to establish premium Internet a . . .
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
Samsung Electronics Ltd. asked a judge to declare invalid a contract under which the company paid Microsoft Corp. more than $1 billion last year, according to a court filing.
7 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
BEIJING (Reuters) - Growth in China's factories fell to a five-month low in October, missing expectations for an expansion as manufacturers battled cooling order growth and rising costs in the slowing economy. The official Purchasing Managers' . . .
8 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
By Devika Krishna Kumar (Reuters) - Herbalife Ltd would pay $15 million to settle an 18-month battle over a class action lawsuit brought by a former distributor claiming that the nutrition and supplements company is running an alleged pyramid s . . .
11 hour ago - Washington Post / Sarah Halzack
Amazon.com on Friday released a report on its employee diversity that shows its workforce is mostly white and male, a finding that mirrors similar disclosures by high-tech companies such as Google and Facebook. Read full article >>
10/31/2014 - Business
TOKYO (AP) — Sony's losses ballooned to 136 billion yen ($1.2 billion) last quarter as the Japanese electronics and entertainment company's troubled mobile phone division reported huge red ink.
12 hour ago - forbes.com
You would think that Europe, after two close calls (2009 and 2014) with Russia’s use of the natural gas weapon, would have negotiated hard and tough for better decent for Ukraine, not pushed Ukraine into the narcotic of plentiful gas paid for w . . .
6 hour ago - Reuters
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese regulators will allow foreign firms access to the yuan-denominated credit card clearing business from August next year, Hong Kong's South China Morning Post newspaper reported on Saturday.
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