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  • Earnings schedule for the week of 4/20/2015

    Major companies scheduled to report quarterly earnings next week: MONDAY Morgan Stanley reports earnings before the market open. TUESDAY DuPont reports earnings before the market open. Amgen Inc. reports earnings after the market close. Discover...
  • Court monitor: Apple antitrust cooperation has 'declined'

    Apple Inc.'s cooperation with efforts to improve its compliance with antitrust laws after a federal judge concluded it colluded with electronic book publishers to raise prices five years ago took on an "adversarial tone" recently, a court-appointed...
  • Startups put digital technology in the grocery aisles

    HORICON, Wis. Mike Hansen, a resident of this small, southeastern Wisconsin town, got a computer six years ago but has yet to set up an online connection. Hansen, however, has started borrowing an iPad from the service desk at a nearby Piggly Wiggly...
  • Online portal provides a scorecard on drugs -- and a doctor consultation, if needed

     Online portal provides a scorecard on drugs -- and a doctor consultation, if needed
    The first large-scale resource to help patients compare and contrast the effectiveness of drugs and treatments for various illnesses, ailments and medical conditions has been launched by HealthTap, a digital health platform that connects patients with...
  • Walgreens to close 200 stores nationwide

    Walgreens to close 200 stores nationwide
    Walgreens, the nation's largest drugstore chain, said Thursday it will close about 200 stores nationwide as part of a cost-cutting plan announced in August. The Deerfield, Ill.-based company said it also plans a corporate reorganization and streamlining...
  • Cord-nevers in luck as 'Mad Men,' 'Game of Thrones' hit Web

    Cord-nevers in luck as 'Mad Men,' 'Game of Thrones' hit Web
    Cord-nevers, you're in luck. No more need to beg, borrow or steal your parents' cable password to keep up with each episode of "Mad Men" or "Game of Thrones." When the hit shows return in the next few days, they will be available for streaming online with...
  • Ronda Rousey on Wal-Mart in-store book ban: Success is the best revenge

    Ronda Rousey on Wal-Mart in-store book ban: Success is the best revenge
    Ronda Rousey is convinced her new book will do well, even without the benefit of appearing on the shelves of Wal-Mart stores. And why wouldn't she think so? After all, she always seems to do quite well for herself, whether it's on the judo mat, where...
  • Producer: Improvising OK for US actors, Brits 'freak out'

    American actors don't always stick to the script the way their U.K. counterparts do, but that's OK, according to two top writer-producers. British actors "really freak out" when given the freedom to change their lines, Lee Daniels, executive producer...
  • Oyster launches e-book store with all major publishers

    Oyster, the online company that's made a (non-exclusive) bid to be the Netflix for e-books, has made a move to become more like iTunes for e-books. Starting Wednesday, consumers can also buy e-books from its storefront. For readers, the most important...
  • Meet Matt Nadeshot, `Call of Duty's' most famous player

    Meet Matt Nadeshot, `Call of Duty's' most famous player
    Matt "Nadeshot" Haag strolled past the two teams virtually shooting each other on the main stage without peering up from his cellphone. More than 2,000 fans were packed into the stands to watch the "Call of Duty" World Championship on Sunday in L.A.,...
  • Troy Wolverton: Plucky Roku updates streaming gadgets in battle with big boys

    You just have to cheer for a company like Roku. The plucky Saratoga, Calif., electronics company is going up against some of the biggest tech companies in the world. In the market for streaming media players, the small, inexpensive devices that allow...