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Broadcom commands $37 billion in sale to rival chipmaker Avago Technologies
Irvine semiconductor maker Broadcom Corp. agreed to be acquired by Avago Technologies Inc. for $37 billion in cash and stock, creating a giant supplier for the technology in a wide array of computing products from smartphones and tablets to wireless ...
Could Avago Become The Valeant Pharmaceuticals Of The Semiconductor Sector  Forbes
3 Best Semiconductor Stocks to Buy Now  TheStreet.com
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April Pending Home Sales Hit Nine-Year High
I'm a staff writer at Forbes covering real estate: from ultra-luxury homes to foreclosures to the people making the deals happen.
Pending U.S. home sales hit 9-year high in April, website reports  NOLA.com
US pending home sales race to nine-year high in April  Reuters
McDonald's to Toast Buns Longer, Make Beef Juicier
A McDonald's cheeseburger and fries are displayed on a table at a Novato, Calif., restaurant on Dec. 8, 2014. (Photo : Justin Sullivan/Getty Images).
McDonald's targets bun toasting, burger searing  Local 10
McDonald's is changing the way it makes its burgers  Fox News
US green energy use highest since 1930s
old wood stove Renewables now account for 9.8% of U.S. energy use, the highest level since the 1930s, when people used a lot more wood.
Mexico could power electric grid with 46 percent renewables by 2030  Fierce Energy
Int'l Meeting on Renewable Energy Concludes in Havana  Radio Cadena Agramonte
Teva to Pay $1.2 Billion in Drug-Delay Settlement
WASHINGTON - Federal regulators announced Thursday that Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries will pay $1.2 billion to settle charges that one of its subsidiaries illegally blocked the launch of low-cost generic versions of the blockbuster sleeping pill Provigil.
Teva pays $1.2bn in US antitrust drugs case  Financial Times
Teva, FTC Reach $1.2 Billion Settlement on Cephalon's Provigil -- Update  Nasdaq
Stocks lower as Greece, Shanghai weigh; transports fall 1%
U.S. stocks traded mostly lower on Wednesday as lack of resolution on Greece debt talks and a massive selloff in Shanghai stocks weighed on investor sentiment.
US stocks down as Shanghai sinks, Greece deadline looms  San Francisco Chronicle (subscription)
FBI launches probe into theft of US taxpayer information
WASHINGTON The FBI said on Thursday it had begun looking into the illegal access of the tax-return information of about 100,000 people disclosed by the Internal Revenue Service earlier this week.
3 On Your Side: Thieves Steal IRS Tax Info & Claim $50 Million In Bogus ...  CBS Local
Report: IRS Getting Better At Detecting and Preventing Tax ID Theft  CPAPracticeAdvisor.com
Oily Substance on California Beach Prompts Officials to Close Coastline
The entire Manhattan Beach coastline outside Los Angeles is still closed today after globs of an oily substance washed up onto its shores.
What caused tar to wash ashore in South Bay still a mystery  Los Angeles Times
California beaches closed over mystery 'tar balls' Add to ...  The Globe and Mail
Amazon adds new bait to get you to join Prime
Amazon announced Thursday that members of its Prime program in select cities will now have access to free same-day delivery on certain items, a move that broadens Amazon's subscription offering at a time when new players are poised to provide fresh ...
Walmart (WMT) Stock Retreating After Amazon Offers Competing Delivery Service  TheStreet.com
Amazon Gets Us One Step Closer To Never Going Outside Again  Huffington Post
Lehman's Fuld Voices Concern for Little Guy at Penny-Stock Venue
Richard “Dick” Fuld, who led Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. into the bankruptcy that set off the near-collapse of the world's financial system, says he's now working for the small companies that America needs for a real economic recovery.
Fuld blames government in rare appearance  Financial Times
Dick Fuld, Disgraced Former CEO Of Lehman Brothers, Makes Bizarre Comeback  Huffington Post