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Why Comcast walked away from Time Warner
The merger looked like a done deal as recently as last week, despite FCC concerns. Here's how it all fell apart. Leticia Miranda, ProPublica.
Explainer: The demise of the Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger, for humans  Mashable
What Happens Now That Comcast Corporation Has Dropped Its Time Warner ...  Motley Fool
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Amazon and Microsoft Record Impressive Cloud Sales
amazon Cloud software business looks like one of the most profitable tech areas right now, as giants like Amazon and Microsoft have recently revealed how much shifting towards the new market has influenced their revenues.
Rising cloud service limitations Amazon loss in initial quarter  Daily Observer
Surging cloud service limits Amazon loss in first quarter  Omaha World-Herald
Starbucks free drinks over: Computer glitch fixed
Starbucks stores across the U.S. and Canada were back up and running after being hit by a computer glitch Friday. Some stores had responded by giving away free drinks until the system was fixed.
Computer Outage Strikes Starbucks Locations Around U.S., Canada  CBS Local
Starbucks stores reopen Saturday following computer glitch  Washington Post
Southwest Airlines records almost triple 1st Quarter earnings
The chief executive officer of Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV), Gary C. Kelly, who is also the president and chairman of the company, told the press that the company is optimistic about its booking trends.
United, Southwest and Alaska Air Soar on Strong US Demand  Wall Street Journal
Southwest Earnings Surge on Less Expensive Fuel  The Legacy
Abercrombie & Fitch Is Ditching Its Shirtless Models
It's time to take the abs out of Abercrombie & Fitch. The retail store that once felt like a strange nightclub full of oddly attractive patrons is actually going to be, well, just a normal clothing store, thanks to new rules by Abercrombie brand president Christos ...
Shirtless no more: Can Abercrombie & Fitch widen its appeal? (+video)  Christian Science Monitor
Abercrombie and Fitch to change the way they look for the youth  The Next Digit
Diet Pepsi ditching aspartame for different artificial sweetener
NEW YORK - PepsiCo says it's dropping aspartame from Diet Pepsi in response to customer worries and replacing it with sucralose, another artificial sweetener commonly known as Splenda.
Pepsi is ditching aspartame � based on no evidence whatsoever  Vox
PepsiCo to remove artificial sweetener from 'Diet' cola drinks  Uncover California
You Cried, They Listened: Chipotle Is Delivering In Chicago!
Sales overall were 20.9% higher ending the quarter at $1.09 billion. Chipotle, however, is skipping straight to offering a delivery service in 67 cities so far.
Chipotle making changes, introduces Apple Watch app  The Hoops News
Chipotle Responds To Customer Queries to Deliver Food to Their Doors  Investor Newswire
10000 minutes of Minnesota craft beer
GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - Ten years ago, Minnesota had 5 breweries. Today, there are 110. The craft beer business is booming. Minnesota Craft Beer Week.
Q&A: Madison Craft Beer Week co-founder Jeff Glazer says event has grown ...  Madison.com
American Airlines reports record $1.2 billion first-quarter profit
An American Airlines jet is prepared for a flight at O'Hare Airport on Dec. 9, 2013, in Chicago. (Scott Olson / Getty Images).
Cheaper fuel lifts airline profits to record level  Columbus Dispatch
American Airlines Group (AAL) Issues Quarterly Earnings Results, Beats ...  Dakota Financial News
Mary Barra's Compensation Triples To $15.8M In 1st Year As GM CEO
General Motors CEO Mary Barra arrives to testify on the GM ignition switch recall during a US House Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, June 18, 2014.
GM Paid Mary Barra $16.2 Million in 2014, Despite Recalls  New York Times
Barra Compensation Triples to $15.8M in 1st Year as GM CEO  ABC News