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German Workers Walk Out at Amazon Warehouses

For at least the third time in 2014, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has been hit by a workers walkout at its German warehouses. Workers at two distribution centers in Bad ...
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Gas Prices Drop Below $3.10 in 18 Cities

As gasoline prices continue their race toward $3.00, based on the average price of a gallon of regular nationwide, the price has already dropped below $3.10 in 18 cities. These ...
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The 5 Things That Will Drive Stocks Higher

As some stock market indexes hit new highs nearly every day, more experts on stock prices and economists argue about what will allow the trend to continue and what will ...
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10 Best Technology Companies to Work For

No one knows more about a workplace than its employees. Employee opinions reflect basic measures, such as pay, perks, benefits, and hours worked. But they are also influenced by factors ...
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More Trouble for the Cloud as Kim Kardashian Nude Photos Released

For some reason, celebrities insist on storing their nude images online. Few have seemed to grasp the fact that putting photos and data on cloud-based services can lead to hacks. ...
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Are Military Fighter Planes Finished at Boeing?

The U.S. government has spent billions of dollars since the early days of aviation on aircraft of all descriptions, from fighter jets to trainers. The first fighter jet designed and ...
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GM Recalls 221,000 Cadillac Models, Adds to Problems

A problem with parking brakes in 221,000 Cadillac cars has caused General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) to recall them. The flaw can cause brakes to overheat. That, in turn, might ...
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Microsoft Shares Up 43%: Can They Move Higher?

Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) shares have risen 43% in the past year, compared to 21% for the Nasdaq. Will the market buy into its new CEO's vision enough to keep ...
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GM Recalls More Cars and Court Orders Company to Release Files

General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) is not having a good weekend. Late on Friday a federal judge ordered the company to release documents related to the ignition switch defect recall, ...
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Tesla’s Risky Over-the-Air Software Program

Add to the innovations made by electric car manufacture Tesla a new one. Drivers of the Tesla Motors Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) flagship Model S will be able to get software ...
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Russian Sanctions Force Exxon to Pull Out of Arctic Project

Last Friday, Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM) issued a terse statement that the company has received a license from the U.S. government that allows the company to continue working in ...
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The IPO Pace Speeds Up Again Following the Alibaba Show

When the dust finally settled and the air cleared, Friday’s initial public offering (IPO) of 320 million shares of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) raised nearly $22 billion, and ...
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Insider Selling Mounts as Markets Hit All-Time Highs

With the stock market on fire, Scotland apparently staying in the United Kingdom and, oh yeah, the biggest IPO ever, there was plenty of excitement going around this past week. ...
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Top Insider Buying This Week Features Familiar Faces

Combine the biggest IPO ever with stock indexes hitting record highs, and you had all the ingredients for one of the most exciting weeks on Wall Street this century. With ...
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10 Stocks Trading Under $10 With Huge Upside Potential

With the Federal Reserve out of the way until the next meeting, stocks rebounded this week as investors digested new data and anticipated a continued dovish stance from the central ...
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