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Ciena Falls After FBR Capital Downgrades Stock
14 (Bloomberg) -- Ciena Corp., a maker of equipment and software for telecommunications and cable providers, fell the most in a month after an FBR Capital Markets analyst downgraded the stock, citing increased competition.
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Stocks Drop With Euro as Spain Delays Bailout Decision
Intel Corp., Caterpillar Inc. and Cisco Systems Inc. dropped more than 1.5 percent to lead declines in 28 of 30 stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which tumbled 106.77 points to 13,000.71.
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U.S. Stock Futures Drop on Euro-Area Economic Report
Ciena Corp., a maker of communications-network equipment, tumbled 20 percent after reporting a wider-than-projected loss and forecasting lower revenue than analysts had estimated.
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6 Liquid And High Growth Tech Stocks
Knowing when the time is right to purchase a stock is the key to smart investments. There are different ways of scrutinizing companies, but today we focused on liquidity and growth projections.
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Complaint: McDonald's, Nickelodeon Preying on Kids
Consumer advocates accused companies including McDonald's Corp and Viacom Inc's Nickelodeon of unlawfully using children to market their websites through campaigns that encourage sharing video, games and other content.
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Cloud UC strategies: Hosted unified communication service models diverge
As the company became more focused on its Azure cloud platform, its UC position has evolved from "UC-as-an-application" to "UC-as-a-cloud element.
Delusions about 'conflict-free' minerals
However good its intentions, Congress has only waded into an issue it barely understands and passed laws that while looking good on paper constitute a nightmare for folks on the ground mining the minerals as well as company executives trying to avoid a ...
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Private money to fund Detroit recreational centers, keeping 17 open
Lear Corp. has pledged $5 million over a 10-year period; General Motors Foundation has donated $2 million; and $3 million in Community Development Block Grant funds has been pledged.
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MEMS enable 'human body on a chip'
As part of the Microphysiological Systems program at DARPA, the MIT-led effort will enlist the cooperation of the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, MatTek Corp. and Zyoxel Ltd. The National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences at NIH will also ...
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Thriving after surviving: Auto dealers having best year since crisis
The industry sold 8.4 million vehicles in the first seven months of the year, up 12% from the same period in 2011, according to Autodata Corp. Meanwhile, dealers are extracting more profit from each sale. TrueCar.com reported that incentives -- that is ...
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