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8:35 AM - Saturday, February 28, 2015
7 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
Browne told the newspaper he will be appointed executive chairman of L1 Energy on Monday, giving up his jobs at private equity firm Riverstone and UK gas explorer Cuadrilla. The appointment comes as L1 Energy, backed by investment funds owned b . . .
14 hour ago - forbes.com / Dave Lewis
On Friday February 27th the popular car service, Uber, made it known that they had suffered a data breach on May 13th 2014. The breach itself wasn’t discovered until September 17, 2014 and the notification only went out just a few hours ago. I’ . . .
21 hour ago - Washington Post / Andrea Peterson
The Federal Communications Commission made history on Thursday, classifying Internet providers as public utilities for the first time. The landmark vote was aimed at ensuring "net neutrality" -- the principle that all online traffic be treated . . .
5 hour ago - forbes.com
Al Sharpton still owes millions in taxes but seems to live a charmed life, in and out of the White House. Even Politico asked outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder if Sharpton wasn't too close. Heck no.
4 hour ago - CNN.com
Leonard Nimoy, whose portrayal of "Star Trek's" logic-driven, half-human science officer Spock made him an iconic figure to generations, died Friday. He was 83.
8 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
HSBC , in the spotlight after details emerged about how its Swiss unit allegedly helped clients dodge taxes, isn't the troublemaker it is currently depicted as, the head of a rival private bank was quoted saying on Saturday. "HSBC has been desc . . .
3 hour ago - money.cnn.com
The magazine's favorite cars include three American models for the first time in years, thanks to a big boost from Tesla.
3 hour ago - Fool.com / Dan Caplinger
The latest survey shows the U.S. finishing 19th in giving Americans a secure retirement. Find out why, and which companies topped the list.
3 hour ago - money.cnn.com
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