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Big regulatory shakeup hits Internet providers
WASHINGTON - Internet activists declared victory over the nation's big cable companies yesterday, after the Federal Communications Commission voted to impose the toughest rules yet on broadband service to prevent companies like Comcast, Verizon and ...
Federal Communications Commission issues new 'net neutrality' rules  LA Daily News
Net neutrality decision cheered by tech, decried by telecoms  SFGate
Omaha World-Herald  
Dollar pauses after rallying on US data, Fed remarks
A man poses with dollars, after buying them at a money exchange in Caracas, Febreuary 24, 2015. Credit: Reuters/Carlos Garcia Rawlins.
Tokyo: Stocks hit fresh 15-year high  THE BUSINESS TIMES
Nikkei rises on upbeat output data; gains 6.4 pct in Feb  Reuters India
Barnes & Noble Will Spin Off College Bookstore Division
Barnes & Noble announced Thursday that it will spin off its college bookstore division into its own publicly traded company, The New York Times reported.
No hook for Nook sends Barnes & Noble stock soaring  New York Post
Barnes & Noble to Keep Nook Business, Spin Off College Books Unit  NDTV
Oil Rebounds Ahead US Rig-Count, China Factory Data
Crude-oil futures rose in Asian trade Friday ahead U.S. rig-count data due later in the trading day, and Chinese official manufacturing numbers expected over the weekend.
Oil Storage Sinks as Price Bobs  Wall Street Journal
Brent approaches $61: ND rig count continues to fall  Dickinson Press
Airbus Group Profit Rose 59% in 2014 on Demand for Commercial Jets
PARIS - Robust demand for new commercial jets lifted Airbus Group profit by 59 percent last year, despite continued underperformance at its military division, where delays to a new transport plane led to more than $600 million in additional costs, the ...
Airbus takes new A400M hit, juggles jetliner output  Reuters
Airbus Boosts Production Rates on A320 Single-Aisles  Bloomberg
Loss hits $159M at Sears; sales fall
NEW YORK -- Sears Holdings on Thursday posted a $159 million fourth-quarter loss as store closings and asset sales shrank the company and reduced revenue.
Earnings: J.C. Penney loses $59 million in quarter despite sales gain  Columbus Dispatch
Sears 4Q loss narrows, sales slide as business shifts  SaukValley.com
Granite State exports: $4.4 billion in 2014
WASHINGTON - Merchandise exports from New Hampshire hit a record $4.4 billion in 2014, according to the federal government. The United States also notched a record high for goods and services exports totaling $2.35 trillion, according to the ...
White House Highlights Record US Exports, Announces New Actions to Help ...  Imperial Valley News
Report: State's exports totaled $16 billion in 2014  Waterbury Republican American
4 Different Turnaround Tales at Retailers Sears, Kohl's, Gap and JC Penney
Four retailers, four turnaround bids - and they could not be more different. Sears, which has struggled to stem a perpetual slide in its sales, on Thursday reported its 11th straight quarter of net losses, and said up to 300 of its stores could be spun off in its new ...
JC Penney shares slide after 4Q miss  The San Luis Obispo Tribune
JC Penney shares tumble after surprise miss on profit  CNBC
Gap shares jump on $1B stock buy-back
This 2014 file photo shows the sign on a Gap store in Pittsburgh's Shadyside area. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar). Shares of Gap (GPS) rose in after-hours trading Thursday after the clothing retailer reported better than expected earnings and a $1 billion stock ...
Gap profit exceeds estimates as Old Navy chain boosts sales  Eureka Times Standard
Gap Profit Top Estimates By A Penny  RTT News
IBM to pump $4B into cloud, mobile and analytics this year
IBM will dedicate $4 billion in spending this year to the cloud, analytics and mobile technologies, as it struggles with seismic shifts that are changing the computing landscape it once dominated,.
Who Wins The Battle of The Disrupted Tech Giants: HP Or IBM?  TechCrunch
IBM Pumps $4 Billion Into Cloud and Mobile Initiatives  Wall Street Journal