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How Tim Cook's Apple conquered the world
There are certain universal rules: birds fly, politicians lie, Apple makes money. In the last three months of 2014, the firm behind the iPad and iPhone increased its profits by 37 per cent, to $18 billion - the largest ever recorded by a public company.
Apple's China iPhone Coup Shows Angela Ahrendts Is Worth Every Penny  Forbes
Apple stock pushes toward record after massive holiday sales  San Jose Mercury News
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U.S. Stocks Advance as Apple, Yahoo Rally Offsets Energy Slump
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks fluctuated, after erasing earlier gains, as declines in commodity shares offset a rally in Apple Inc. and Yahoo!
US stocks edge higher in midday trading; Apple up sharply  Washington Post
Early stock rally loses steam, turn mixed  USA TODAY
Shake Shack IPO Is Getting As Expensive As Its Burgers
A burger, fries, and milkshake at Shake Shack can easily run you up to $20. Its IPO is now nearly as expensive. On Wednesday morning, Shake Shack raised its initial public offering range to $17-19 per share - up from $14-16 a week ago.
Shake Shack Pumps Up IPO to $95 Million  New York Times
Danny Meyer boosts IPO price of Shake Shack  New York Post
Tsipras's Debt Plan Sends Athens Stock Market Sliding
ATHENS - The Athens stock market continued its steep slide, and interest rates on Greek bonds spiked further on Wednesday, as investors anticipated difficult negotiations between the new Syriza-led government in Greece and the country's creditors.
Greece Seeks to Avert Standoff With Europe as Markets Plunge  Bloomberg
Greek banks plunge as new government challenges bailout  CNNMoney
Dollar, US stocks inch higher before Fed
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar edged up against the euro on Wednesday as investor focus turned toward the Federal Reserve, which delivers a post-meeting statement later in the day, while U.S.
Inflation target on the agenda at Fed meeting  MarketWatch
Forex - Dollar steady against yen before Fed, euro lower  Nasdaq
FXCM to "forgive" most clients for negative balances on Swiss franc move
Jan 28 (Reuters) - Retail currency broker FXCM Inc said it would "forgive" about 90 percent of its clients for negative balances in certain jurisdictions as a result of the Swiss National Bank's decision to remove the cap on the Swiss franc.
FXCM To Forgive Most Clients Who Incurred Negative Balances  RTT News
FXCM to Forgive Some Client Losses  Wall Street Journal
Plan to drill for oil off East Coast, limit it in Alaska, draws heat
The Obama administration moved Tuesday to allow offshore drilling on the Atlantic Coast while protecting some, but not all, sensitive Arctic areas - actions that angered many and pleased few.
Offshore drilling possible for Virginia?
Preserve Alaska refuge or allow drilling? Your Say  USA TODAY
America Movil Unit Pays $40 Million to End Throttling Case
(Bloomberg) -- A unit of Carlos Slim's America Movil SAB agreed to pay $40 million to settle U.S. regulatory claims that it deceived millions of consumers about unlimited prepaid mobile telephones.
Consumers Due $40M Over 'Hollow' Promise of Unlimited Data  DailyFinance
TracFone to pay $40 million to settle deceptive ad allegations  GlobalPost
Zombie Cat Needs Week to Recover After Returning from the Dead
A buried cat that was believed to be dead but later showed up alive had a smooth surgery, albeit short one eye, and may get to go home in a week or so.
Cat cheats death, claws his way out of his grave days after burial  Washington Post
Bart the cat hit by car, buried and then crawls from grave  Sacramento Bee
Fiat Chrysler Profits Drop but Outlook Brightens
The cost of buying the final stake of Chrysler weighed on the newly merged Fiat Chrysler Automobile's profits in the fourth quarter, but CEO Sergio Marchionne said Wednesday that the company is turning itself around.
Fiat Chrysler's Shrinking U.S., Maserati Margins Worry Investors  Forbes
Ferrari IPO, spin-off seen in 2015, subject to approvals -FCA CEO  Reuters