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Saturday, April 5, 2014

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U.S. stocks opened slightly lower Tuesday but Disney (DIS) shares jumped after the world's largest entertainment company reported a 10% increase in quarterly profits. ... more...


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Colorado was tied for 16th among the states for gains in small-business employment in April, a lower ranking than in previous months, according to the latest monthly Small Business Indexes report from Intuit Inc. Small-business jobs in the state were up by 0.05 percent in April from the previous month, ... more...


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SurveyMonkey Chief Executive Dave Goldberg reportedly died in a hotel gym in Mexico on Friday night. He was on vacation with his wife Sheryl Sandberg, his family and friends at the Four Seasons Resort near Punta Mita, near Puerto Vallarta when he collapsed while exercising and died of head trauma ... more...


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First Data Corp. remained in the red in the first quarter of 2015, but it showed improvement after reductions in interest expense and income taxes and an increase in other income. The Atlanta-based private payment technology and services company reported a net loss of $63 million, compared with a net ... more...


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Could Apple Inc. end up forcing you to pay for free streaming music services like Spotify? As Apple prepares to launch Beats, its own paid music service, the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission are looking into whether the company is pressuring music labels to revoke music licenses ... more...


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Selequity, a St. Louis company that has built a platform for accredited investors to invest in commercial real estate, launched Monday at TechCrunch Disrupt in New York City. The fastest-growing mobile app isn’t Uber, Nike, Tinder or any of the usual suspects — instead, it’s discount retailer Kohl’s Corp. St. ... more...


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JetBlue Airways Corp. has partnered with Amazon.com Inc. to offer on-demand video streaming on flights starting later this year. ... more...


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Sprint Corp. may have just revealed its latest earnings, but its CEO is also showing he's a down-in-the-trenches type of guy. Marcelo Claure and about 100 other people have departed their cozy private offices for cubicles, The Kansas City Star reports. Those moving included Claure and his six-person support team, ... more...


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The pump is primed at Disney to reap the benefits of a big year at the movies. ... more...


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The Walt Disney Co. (DIS) on Tuesday reported fiscal second-quarter earnings of $2.11 billion. ... more...


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One Roseville company has acquired another in a deal that puts doctors and technology together. The buyer is Kura MD Inc., founded in 2013 to develop a web-based system to put physicians face to face with patients over the Internet. It bought TeleMed2U, a multi-specialty medical group that provides real-time, ... more...


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In Tuesday's Analysts' Actions, we highlight a coverage initiation on Tesla Motors (TSLA), an upgrade for Netflix (NFLX), and a rating cut for Baidu (BIDU). ... more...


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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- A company known for its sizzle, Tesla Motors , has managed to bring the steak back to investors. Last month it announced that it surpassed 10,000 deliveries in the first quarter, a sign the company may have at last resolved its production issues. Must Read: 11 ... more...


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Cynthia Tee spent 16 years mentoring women in engineering roles at Microsoft, but her full-time job was always developing software. So when she saw a job posting that would let her support female engineers full-time and also teach them how to build software, she jumped on it. Tee was named ... more...


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Sprint Corp.'s results for the fourth quarter show that efforts to woo customers with lower prices are working, but it's also hitting revenue. The Overland Park-based wireless carrier (NYSE: S) added 1.2 million customers during the period that ended March 31. Sprint had a net addition of 211,000 postpaid customers ... more...


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