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Why Hollywood is hating on Sony, but the media share some blame
The company's decision to bow to threats of violence from the North Korean-backed hackers has plunged the media giant into a cauldron of Hollywood hate.
George Clooney: Nobody supported my Sony petition  Daily News & Analysis
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Wall Street set to open flat after two-day run
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks were set to open little changed on Friday, after the Federal Reserve's most recent policy statement sparked the best two-day run for the benchmark S&P 500 in three years.
S&P 500 Futures Little Changed After Two-Day Rally on Fed  Bloomberg
US stock futures march higher after blockbuster, two-day Wall St. romp  MarketWatch
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US Stock Futures Inch Higher on Liquidity Hopes
U.S. stock futures rose Friday, bolstered by indications of easy monetary policy from major central banks. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures rose 53 points, or 0.3%, to 17778.
Wall Street poised for another Fed-fueled rally  CNBC
After big rally, stocks eye new record highs  USA TODAY
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Wall Street: charging bull charges some more
Asian stocks rallied Friday and Wall Street looked set to capture more positive territory after the Dow in the prior trading session had its best day in more than three years.
Business Review 2014: Central banks chose different paths  euronews
European stocks could post strongest week in a year  International Business Times UK
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Xerox selling ITO unit, stock edged up in premarket
NORWALK, Conn. (AP) - Shares of Xerox are rising in premarket trading Friday after the business services provider disclosed that it is selling its information technology outsourcing division to France's Atos for $1.05 billion.
BASF, Air France drop in European trade, but benchmark in for weekly rise  MarketWatch
Xerox (XRX) Stock Higher Today After $1.05 Billion Sale of IT Outsourcing Unit  TheStreet.com
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Thai Union Frozen to buy US tuna firm Bumble Bee for $1.5 billion
Thai Union Frozen Products, the world's biggest producer of canned tuna, has agreed to buy U.S. peer Bumble Bee Seafoods for $1.5 billion as part of a plan to double revenue through overseas acquisitions.
Thai Union Frozen to buy N.American tuna firm Bumble Bee for $1.5 bln  Reuters
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BlackBerry Revenue Miss Overshadows Turnaround Progress
BlackBerry Ltd. reported fiscal third-quarter revenue that fell well short of analysts' estimates, overshadowing the company's milestone achievement of generating cash earlier than promised.
BlackBerry misses revenue forecasts  Financial Times
Blackberry shares drop on mixed earnings  USA TODAY
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BBC investigates Apple supplier, saying it found workers asleep on iPhone ...
An undercover investigation by BBC reporters into Chinese iPhone factories has found that workers are still being mistreated and that tin used in Apple Inc. AAPL, +2.96% gadgets could well come from dangerous illegal mines where children's lives are put at ...
Sleeping on the job: Inside a factory making iPhones for Apple  Fortune
Apple's Tim Cook hits out at BBC report  CNBC
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Used car dealer CarMax 3Q profit up 22 pct
RICHMOND, Va. - CarMax reported a 22 percent jump in third-quarter earnings Friday as the used car dealership chain sold more cars and expanded its footprint across the U.S.. The Richmond, Virginia, company earned $130 million, or 60 cents per share, ...
CarMax revenue jumps as easier credit boosts used car sales  Reuters
CarMax tops Street 3Q forecasts  CNBC
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Amazon offering one-hour delivery through Prime Now
Amazon is now offering one-hour delivery to Amazon Prime members in Manhattan and hopes to expand to other cities soon. Photograph by Daniel Acker - Bloomberg/Getty Images.
Prime Now: Amazon's new one-hour delivery service  Uncover Michigan
Forget 2-day shipping, Amazon launches 1-hour delivery  WNAX
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