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Lilly Pulitzer for Target shoppers strip shelves and then sell on eBay; is that fair?
Here are some of the Lilly Pulitzer for Target collection that a local shopper bought at a west side Target during the opening hours of the collections launch on Sunday.
Lilly Pulitzer's own DAUGHTER was too late to buy sold-out Target collection  Daily Mail
Some Lilly Pulitzer For Target Items Are Selling On eBay For More Than ...  Huffington Post
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UK Man Arrested on Charges Tied to May 2010 'Flash Crash'
A U.K. man was arrested Tuesday on charges that he contributed to the May 2010 �flash crash� during which the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 600 points within minutes in a single trading session, the U.S.
Futures Trader Charged for Alleged Role in 'Flash Crash'  ABC News
UK speed trader arrested over role in 2010 'flash crash'  Reuters
Gannett names its broadcast spinoff Tegna (for some reason)
�Tegna is a nod to the more than 100 year-old history of Gannett. While always reminding us where we came from, the new name also shows our innovative spirit and commitment to being a forward-looking company that empowers people, businesses and ...
Broadcasting's New Giant Is�Tegna?  Deadline
The broadcasting and digital side of Gannett to be renamed TEGNA  Talking New Media
Wall Street mixed as doubts about earnings offset biotech M&A bid
(Reuters) - U.S. stocks were mixed on Tuesday, with the Dow industrials pulled down by a handful of uninspiring earnings reports, while the Nasdaq was pushed higher by a proposed biotech merger.
Stocks mixed: Nasdaq jumps above 5000, Dow sags  USA TODAY
S&P 500, Dow erase gains after barrage of earnings  MarketWatch
Coca-Cola: When less is more
Profits are slipping as changing tastes take the sparkle out of the company's core brand. But can a new cost-cutting strategy succeed?
Here's What to Expect When Coca-Cola (KO) Reports Earnings Tomorrow Morning
Coca-Cola Earnings: What to Watch  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Russia Blames Its Economic Ills On Western Sanctions Over Crimea
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev walks during a session at the State Duma, the lower house of the Federal Assembly, in Moscow, April 21, 2015.
Russia economy shrank by 2% - PM
UPDATE 5-Generic drugmaker Teva makes $40 billion offer for rival Mylan
(Adds source saying Perrigo set to reject Mylan offer, updates share prices). By Tova Cohen and Caroline Humer. TEL AVIV/NEW YORK, April 21 (Reuters) - Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd on Tuesday made an unsolicited $40 billion offer for smaller rival ...
Teva's $40 Billion Bid for Mylan a Winner  Barron's
Teva's Deal for Mylan Shows Corporate Israel's M&A Hunger  Wall Street Journal
Raytheon forms defense-grade security unit with $1.9 billion Websense buy
Due to a production error, the story "Raytheon forms defense-grade security unit with $1.9 billion Websense buy," was posted Tuesday with the wrong story pasted below the headline.
NETWORK SECURITY Raytheon Buying Cybersecurity Company for About $1.9 ...  Top Tech News
Raytheon forms defense-grade security unit with $1.9B Websense buy  Computerworld
Amazon's New Travel Service Enters Lucrative Online Travel Market Inc. AMZN 0.59 % on Monday launched a new travel and hotel service that offers lodging choices in the Northeast, southern California and the Pacific Northwest, expanding its efforts to break into the lucrative travel market.
Amazon launches a new travel service  Fox News
Amazon launches Amazon Destinations, for weekend road-trippers  CNET
IBM struggles to improve sentiment despite hint of progress
IBM Corp. reported its 12th straight quarter of year-over-year revenue declines late Monday during its first-quarter earnings report, and one analyst said he doesn't see a reversal of this trend until at least the fourth quarter.
3 Biggest Takeaways From IBM's Ho-Hum First Quarter
IBM Still Losing Money, Despite Major Investments  Capital OTC