Amazon Tries Its Own Deliveries
Amazon is testing its own delivery network for the final leg of a package's journey to consumers, putting it closer to same-day shipping.
04/24/2014 04:28:35pm
Apple Moves to Reward Investors
Apple, in a nod to restive shareholders, added $30 billion to its stock-buyback plan, raised its dividend about 8% and declared a 7-for-1 stock split.
04/24/2014 04:05:56pm
For First Time, Verizon Loses Cellphone Customers
Verizon lost wireless customers for the first time ever, as its rivals launched a bitter fight for new subscribers. It lost roughly 138,000 net postpaid phone customers in the first quarter.
04/24/2014 05:26:37pm
Netflix Reaches Set-Top Box Deal
Netflix has reached a deal with Atlantic Broadband, a small cable operator, to integrate its streaming service as an app through TiVo set top boxes provided by the cable operator.
04/24/2014 05:37:04pm
Sizable Allergan Investor Doesn't Favor Valeant Offer
A sizable investor in Allergan Inc. doesn't favor the offer Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. has made for the Botox maker, in conjunction with activist William Ackman.
04/24/2014 05:28:02pm
German Team Urged to Shun Moscow
The Schalke soccer club is one of a number of German companies trying to take a business-as-usual stance with Russia as they come under political pressure to avoid appearing to part of Moscow's propaganda efforts.
04/24/2014 05:55:06pm
Tech Firms Settle Suit Over Wages
Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe Systems agreed to settle a lawsuit in which 64,000 employees accused them of conspiring not to recruit each other's workers, depressing wages.
04/24/2014 05:46:48pm
GE in Talks to Buy Alstom Unit
GE is in talks to buy the energy operations of France's Alstom, a move that would help the U.S. company reduce its reliance on its finance business.
04/24/2014 04:22:35pm
Amazon Again Reports Thin Profits
Amazon reported another quarter of skimpy profits as the Web-commerce giant spent heavily on shipping, cloud computing and newer initiatives.
04/24/2014 04:32:02pm
Microsoft Profit Falls Less Than Expected
Microsoft posted a smaller-than expected decline in profit in its fiscal third quarter, buoyed by strength in its consumer segment and a decline in operating expenses.
04/24/2014 05:22:46pm
The 11th Hour - Guests & Topics April 21st-25th 2014
Monday April 21st James B. Huntington, PH.D Choosing a Lasting Career The Job-by-Job Outlook for Work's New Age Work's New Age Blog Tuesday April 22nd David Ickes Wednesday April 23rd Barry Ickes Thursday April...
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Dial N Deal - April 18th 2014
GPX Karaoke Party Machine with CD and G&CD player, professional microphone and other features, $79.99 new, newver used, new-in-box - $50 Gibson Imperial Dinnerware Set 16-piece, porcelain, never used, new-in-box $25 Samuel, Altoona...
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The 11th Hour - Guests & Topics April 11th-18th 2014
Monday April 14th Dr. Gabe Mirkin Dr. Dr. Gabe Mirkin on Fitness & Health Facebook page Dr. Mirkin on Twitter Tuesday April 15th David Ickes Wednesday April 16th Thursday April 17th Adam Conrad - Real...
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