Amazon Preps a Challenge to Google
Amazon is gearing up to challenge Google's dominance of the online advertising market, developing its own software for placing ads online that could leverage its knowledge of millions of Web shoppers.
Google Fiber Is Fast, but Is It Fair?
Google's effort to provide faster Internet speeds at lower cost is changing how next-generation broadband is rolled out?while stirring debate about the "digital divide."
Dynegy to Buy Power Plant Assets
Dynegy will nearly double its power-generating capacity when it buys 21 plants for $6.25 billion from Duke Energy and Energy Capital Partners.
Comparison Sites for Credit Cards Under Fire
The mutually beneficial relationship between a number of card issuers and comparison sites has turned icy, with heated conversations between the parties, banks cutting off ties with some sites and, in one case, a lawsuit.
Recall 'Concierge' Schedules Repairs at Dealers
With big auto-repair recalls by GM and Chrysler, new car dealers are scrambling to hire additional mechanics and in some cases are hiring staff just to organize appointments.
U.S. Regulator Approves GE-Powered 787-9 Jet
U.S. air-safety officials have approved the new version of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner equipped with GE engines for commercial flights, with the first delivery of the jet expected as early as next week.
A Tiny Oil Platform, One Big Mystery
A small oil facility off the coast of Africa appears to be sending lots of crude to Europe, raising questions by Nigerian and U.S. authorities about whether some of it is pilfered Nigerian crude.
McDonald's Taps New U.S. Chief
McDonald's is replacing the head of its U.S. business for the second time in less than two years, amid a lengthy period of flat or declining sales in its domestic market.
CNN Held Talks About Joint Venture With Glenn Beck's The Blaze
CNN executives have held talks in recent weeks with representatives from Glenn Beck's The Blaze, a 24-hour news and entertainment network, about a potential joint venture to overhaul HLN, according to people familiar with the matter.
U.S. Firms Hit by 'Backoff' Malware
The Department of Homeland Security urges all companies to check for the possible malware infection, which targets cash registers.
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