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Fed continues to signal rate hike in 2015
The Federal Reserve gave no signal Wednesday that it's backing away from plans to raise interest rates this year, noting that it expects unusually low inflation to gradually pick up as the "transitory effects" of tumbling oil prices fade.
Dollar, US stocks inch higher before Fed  Reuters
Fed Stays Patient on Rates Amid Strong Job Gains, Low Inflation  Bloomberg
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Apple Has Stellar Quarter, But Should Increasing Reliance On iPhone Be A ...
Apple posted a solid set of Q1 2015 results on January 27, handily beating market expectations on revenues and earnings. As expected, the company's new flagship iPhones were the key driver of results, owing to robust shipments to both developed and ...
Apple's crazy iPhone sales prove that hardware still matters  The Verge
5 Things You Need to Know About Apple's Colossal Quarter  Bloomberg
Oil fears hold stocks back despite Apple, Boeing
After Tuesday's 291-point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average, investors came into Wednesday morning hoping that positive earnings results would lead to a bounce back for the stock market.
Apple, Boeing keep Wall Street afloat; energy weighs  Reuters
Stocks wobble after Fed release; S&P 500 lower  CNBC
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
FXCM To Forgive Most Clients Who Incurred Negative Balances
Online foreign exchange trading company FXCM Inc (FXCM: Quote) on Wednesday announced its decision to forgive about 90% of its clients who incurred negative balances in certain jurisdictions, on January 15 as a result of the Swiss National Bank ...
FXCM Clawing Back 60% of Clients' Losses on Swiss Franc Move  Bloomberg
FXCM Will Forgive 90 Percent Of Accounts, Collect From Large Investors  ValueWalk
Former Revel casino gets big tax break for 2015; assessment lowered from $625 ...
The former Atlantic City casino is getting a big tax break this year under a settlement it reached with the city and will see its property tax assessment for 2015 be reduced from $625 million to $225 million.
Former Revel casino gets big tax break for 2015
Revel, Atlantic City reach deal to slash 2015 taxes  Press of Atlantic City
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.
Coastal Review Online  Island Free Press
Obama administration suggests oil tradeoff: drilling access to the Atlantic ...
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.
'Zombie cat' believed dead crawls from grave 5 days after being buried
Zombie or miracle, Florida cat claws his way back from the dead  Reuters
FTC Levies $40M Fine Against TracFone for Throttling Unlimited Data Customers
tracfone_4 In recent months, the Federal Trade Commission has taken a significant interest in carrier throttling practices and today handed down a ruling that could have future ramifications for carriers who throttle their unlimited customers.
FTC fines TracFone $40 million for throttling 'unlimited' data plans  VentureBeat
Mobile provider TracFone to pay $40M in federal settlement  Sioux City Journal
Feds Want Super Bowl to Be a 'No Drone Zone'
The Federal Aviation Administration ordering this Sunday's Super Bowl game a �no drone zone� in a YouTube video that urges recreational drone users within flying distance of the Glendale, Arizona stadium to �leave your drone at home.
Super Bowl rules: guacamole yes, drones no  Washington Post (blog)
The FAA really doesn't want you to use a drone at the Super Bowl  Mashable