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Nasdaq Math: 5000 Doesn't Equal 2000
The Nasdaq has again touched 5000. But don't wait for that popping sound. It is tempting to recall history: The Nasdaq Composite spent about two days atop the 5000 mark back in March 2000 before it began its rapid descent as the technology bubble burst.
Market report US wage gains lead stocks' rise  Arkansas Online
Indexes rise to historic levels on economic data  The Denver Post
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HP buys wireless networking company Aruba Networks
SAN FRANCISCO: Hewlett-Packard is buying wireless networking company Aruba Networks for about $2.7 billion, in what amounts to HP's first major acquisition since its disastrous purchase of a British software company in 2011.
HP to buy WiFi gear maker Aruba Networks for US$2.7bil  The Star Online
HP Rides Aruba's Wave Into Contextual Networking  Forbes
Aussie Jumped 0.6% in Minute Before RBA's Rate Announcement
(Bloomberg) -- Australia's dollar surged more than 0.6 percent in the minute before the central bank unexpectedly refrained from cutting interest rates, spurring some speculation the decision had been released early.
Australian central bank holds rates at 2.25%  MarketWatch
Reserve Bank fears weakening economy  Sydney Morning Herald
Airlines stop accepting rechargeable battery shipments
File-This file frame grab from video, provided by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) shows a test at the FAAs technical center in Atlantic City, N.J.
United Airlines won't accept rechargeable battery shipments  Sacramento Bee
Bill Gross sees negative rates turning investors into Oliver Twist
NEW YORK (MarketWatch)´┐ŻNot everyone is a fan of Bill Gross's writing style, but the bond guru's March investment outlook is worth reading for anyone struggling to figure out what to make of negative bond yields and the phenomenon of investors paying ...
Gross Says He's Got Up to Four Years to Reestablish Mark  Bloomberg
Gross giving himself four years to re-establish track record  InvestmentNews
Stratos wants to replace your wallet with its smart card
Stratos Card Colors The Stratos Card looks like a credit card but is as thin and light as a business card. Stratos wants to make your credit cards, debit cards, loyalty cards, and gift cards obsolete.
Ann Arbor startup hopes to redefine mobile payment  The Detroit News
Stratos Is a More Accurate Samsung Pay in a Card  Tom's Guide
Barclays Takes $1.2 Billion Charge in Currency-Rigging Probe
(Bloomberg) -- Barclays Plc's full-year profit jumped 12 percent, beating analysts' estimates, as it set aside an extra 750 million pounds ($1.2 billion) for the settlement of a global probe into the manipulation of currency markets.
Barclays Falls to Annual Loss on Litigation Charges  New York Times
Barclays reports 21% fall in pre-tax profits  BBC News
Jordan joins Lurie on Forbes' billionaires list
Michael Jordan jumped into the deep end of the financial pool yesterday when Forbes revealed the former NBA star, who is now principal owner of the Hornets, made its 2015 billionaires list.
Who is the world's richest man?
Microsoft Co-Founder Bill Gates Tops Rich List  NDTV
Venture capitalist to take stand in Silicon Valley lawsuit
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A prominent Silicon Valley venture capitalist who helped direct early investments in Google and is set to take the stand Tuesday in a high-profile sex discrimination lawsuit that has sparked debate over the treatment of ...
Former HP chairman admits 'mistake' in sexism trial  Reuters
Glencore 2014 profit in line, takes $1.1 bln charge on commodity prices
LONDON (Reuters) - Glencore (GLEN.L) took an impairment charge of $1.1 billion on lower commodity prices on Tuesday as the miner and commodity trader posted a 2 percent fall in 2014 core profit, meeting analysts' forecasts.
Glencore 2014 profit in line, takes $1.1B charge on commodity prices  CNBC
CompaniesGlencore's annual results beat forecasts  Financial Times