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  • Amazon's Fire TV latest platform for Netflix rival Prime Instant

    Amazon's Fire TV latest platform for Netflix rival Prime Instant
    Amazon.com Inc. has officially entered the Internet video streaming set-top box market. Dubbed Fire TV, the Seattle online retailer's new $99 offering features a small remote control, voice search capability, online gaming and video applications...
  • Make money the way Keynes did, by investing wisely

    John Maynard Keynes is recognized as one of the great historical economists. Aside from his theoretical work, though, he accomplished something few other academic economists have: He was a successful investor. Keynes used his expertise to build a...
  • China's Online Giants Head for IPOs in New York

    HONG KONG - China's online giants Alibaba and Sina Weibo are both setting courses for share flotations on stock markets in the U.S. Both companies have significant relations with the media and entertainment sectors. Alibaba, an e-commerce behemoth with...
  • Markets close out worst week since January

    The stock market closed out its worst week since January, weighed down early by doubts about China's economic growth, uninspiring economic data in the U.S. and finally geopolitical tension in Russia. The Dow Jones industrial average slid 2.4% for the...
  • Lionsgate Paying $7.5 Million to Settle SEC Claims from Icahn Takeover Battle

    Lionsgate has agreed to pay $7.5 million to settle Securities and Exchange Commission claims that the studio failed to disclose all information about its 2010 efforts to block a hostile takeover by Carl Icahn. "Lions Gate withheld material information...
  • American Apparel fights to stay on NYSE, expects annual report delay

    American Apparel Inc. is fighting to retain its listing on the New York Stock Exchange while buried in negotiations over financing -- efforts that the Los Angeles retailer said would force it to file its annual report late. The clothing manufacturer and...
  • CBS Outdoor shares climb 5% in first trading day

    Old media is still alive and kicking. On its inaugural day of trading, CBS Outdoor Americas -- a billboard business, one of the oldest advertising mediums around -- shot up 5.4% over its initial price to close at $29.50 a share. CBS Corp. offered 20...
  • GrubHub raises expected IPO price range

    GrubHub raises expected IPO price range
    GrubHub Inc, the largest U.S. online food delivery services company, raised the expected price range for its initial public offering of 7.03 million shares to $23-$25 per share from $20-$22 per share. The IPO is expected to raise about $176 million,...
  • S&P 500 hits new high; Dow not far behind

    This is no April Fool's joke: The Standard & Poor’s 500 index is at a record high and the Dow industrials aren’t far behind. Encouraging manufacturing data pushed up the major indexes Tuesday morning, stoking optimism that the economy is...
  • Cisco rival Arista Networks files for IPO

    (Reuters) - Arista Networks Inc, which makes network switches for large data centers, filed for an initial public offering on Monday, the latest in a string of cloud computing firms tapping investor enthusiasm around the technology. Arista's filing comes...
  • Investing: companies keep up their buyback binge

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance Some of the biggest buyers of U.S. stocks in the past few years have been U.S. companies themselves as they pick up their own shares at bargain prices. Some 431 of the 500 companies in Standard & Poor's 500-stock index have...