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Oracle scoops up cloud utilities solution Opower for $532 million
Last week Oracle bought Textura for $663 million, giving the database giant a vertical construction solution in the cloud. Today it bought Opower for $532 million giving it a vertical utilities cloud solution.
Oracle's Opower Acquisition Reflects Continued Push Into Cloud  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Oracle Is Buying Opower for $532 Million. Here's Why the Deal Could Be ...  Greentech Media
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RPT-UPDATE 6-Australian says he created bitcoin, but some sceptical
(Repeats story published on Monday, no change to text). * Unmasking Nakamoto would solve bitcoin mystery. * Some sceptical that Wright is Nakamoto.
Your Monday Evening Briefing: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Bitcoin  New York Times
Who cares who invented bitcoin?  Reuters Blogs (blog)
Marissa Mayer Isn't The Only CEO Poised For A Massive Payday If Fired By A New ...
The news that the Yahoo CEO could net a $55 million severance package made for breathless headlines this morning. [Photo: Max Morse for Techrunch].
Yahoo CEO to Get Severance Package Worth $55M Upon Sale  Yahoo News
The Third Way: Share-the-Gains Capitalism  Huffington Post
Colorado Court Strikes Down Local Bans on Fracking
A natural gas well in Longmont, Colo., where hydraulic fracturing had been banned. Colorado's Supreme Court said state law pre-empted the local rule.
State Supreme Court's Fracking Ruling Will Have Dramatic Impact On ...  CBS Local
Colorado Supreme Court voids two city voter-approved fracking bans  Reuters
Booming Diaper Use Drives $2.2 Billion International Paper Deal
International Paper Co., the largest maker of corrugated cardboard packaging, is betting big on diapers. The Memphis-based company said Monday it agreed to pay about $2.2 billion to Weyerhaeuser Co.
With diaper use exploding, packaging maker pushes 2.2B investment  Dallas Morning News
Int'l Paper's Latest Deal Reflects Demand for Diapers, Feminine Products  Wall Street Journal
The 8 'Dogs Of The Dow' Outperformed The Average Through April
Disclosure: I hold no positions in Caterpillar, Chevron, IBM, Merck, Procter & Gamble, Verizon, Wal-Mart or Exxon Mobil. My theme for 2016 remains the same as when the year began.
U.S. Market Indexes Start Month Higher  GuruFocus.com
Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Rallies on Strong U.S. Data  Money Morning
Einhorn's Greenlight Buys Yelp, Takes Wager on Natural Gas
David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital built a stake in Yelp Inc., betting that the mobile app company can double its revenue by 2019, according to a quarterly letter to investors.
David Einhorn Q1: Long YELP [FULL Q1 2016 Letter]  ValueWalk
Hedge Fund manager David Einhorn just revealed a bet on a 'five star' ...  Yahoo Finance
'Family' Group Says It's Now Sending Men Into Target's Women's Restrooms
A director for the American Family Association says it has been sending men into women's restrooms at Target stores in response to the company's new transgender-friendly policy.
Bathroom bills target a non-issue: Our view  USA TODAY
American Family Association Is 'Testing' Target's Bathroom Policy  Advocate.com
GNC Holdings Considering Selling Itself
GNC Holdings Inc. GNC 6.81 % 's board has started a strategic review that could result in a sale of the company, days after the retailer of vitamins and supplements warned its turnaround efforts were struggling to lift sales.
GNC Gains as Nutrition Company May Sell Itself, Restructure  Bloomberg
GNC Considers Putting Itself Up For Sale  Fortune
Why Wynn Resorts, Sysco, and Apollo Education Group Jumped Today
Today is the day on which one of the best-known seasonal trading signals kicks in, but investors seemed to ignore that and pushed the stock market in the opposite direction Monday.
Wynn Resorts (WYNN): Today's Pre-Market Leader Stock  TheStreet.com
Casino stocks rise as Macua gambling revenue decline slows  Las Vegas Review-Journal