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2:04 AM - Saturday, April 19, 2014
13 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is putting off its decision on the Keystone XL oil pipeline, likely until after the November elections, by extending its review of the controversial project indefinitely.
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14 hour ago - forbes.com / Alex Konrad
It took a month, but Airbnb's founders are confirmed as the share economy's first billionaires, at least on paper. That's because the home-sharing site has closed its new fundraising round, raising $450 million at a $10 billion valuation, accor . . .
7 hour ago - CNNMoney.com
The first female press secretary talks with Fortune about her new role as head of corporate communication for Warner Bros. and the challenging businesses of politics and entertainment.
11 hour ago - msnbc.com
Dozens of the largest U.S. stock exchanges, brokerages and high-frequency trading firms were hit with a lawsuit by the capital of the state of Rhode Island, accusing them of manipulating the U.S. securities markets.
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
Volkswagen and its luxury car arm Audi are considering a large expansion of the new manufacturing plant in Foshan in southern China that could include the launch of a new small SUV.
7 hour ago - GigaOM / Mathew Ingram
Researchers have discovered a serious flaw known as Heartbleed that affects the security software that runs on about two-thirds of the servers on the internet and could expose user data, including passwords. Here's what you need to know about it
15 hour ago - WSJ.com
Chobani is venturing beyond basic yogurt cups with plans to launch new products this year, including desserts and dips, as the company explores plans to new capital.
12 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
Providence, R.I. is suing dozens of Wall Street banks and other financial companies over high-frequency trading.
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