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AWS move, disclosure suggest Amazon yielding more to Wall Street
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - After years of giving investors the cold shoulder, Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) is starting to warm up to Wall Street.
Amazon shares rally 12% after profit returns  USA TODAY
Bezos' newly found frugality helps Amazon beat expectations  New York Post
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Northrop 2015 Forecast Tops Estimates as Bomber Award Looms
(Bloomberg) -- Northrop Grumman Corp., vying with two larger defense contractors for a U.S. bomber contract to be awarded this year, predicted a 2015 profit that exceeded analysts' estimates.
Northrop Grumman, Raytheon Pledge Boost in Spending and Exports  Wall Street Journal
Northrop Grumman expects international markets to drive growth  Reuters
Arizona stops ticketing Uber, Lyft drivers as new governor, Legislature work on ...
PHOENIX - Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday that he stopped state regulators from citing drivers for rideshare companies such as Uber and Lyft because the policy wasn't working and was hampering job creation.
US judge says Lyft drivers may be entitled to employee benefits  Reuters
Uber Laws: A Primer on Ridesharing Regulations  Wall Street Journal (blog)
What the Tech Industry Really Looks Like for Women
People on social media were outraged on Thursday with a Newsweek cover that depicts a woman whose dress is being lifted by a computer cursor.
The Bible proves to be a big seller for Newsweek  CNNMoney
Quinn: Silicon Valley in the gender hot seat again  Contra Costa Times
Google takes hit on slower-than-expected growth
Google profit jumped in the recently ended quarter, but the leap fell short of market expectations as smartphone-centric lifestyles brought with them a shift to cheaper mobile ads.
Voices: Google's Glass miscue deserves a second life  Pensacola News Journal
Google CFO tries to ease latest earnings blow  The Seattle Times
Shake Shack, Born in a Park, Is Going Public With Big Dreams
Email; Share; Tweet; Save; More. Photo. A Shake Shack in London. The company has grown from a food stand to 63 outlets, including in Dubai, Istanbul and Las Vegas.
On the eve of Shake Shack's IPO, some mouthwatering stats for restaurant ...  Quartz
Shake Shack IPO prices far above expected range  Reuters
Offshore Wind Farm Leases Draw Few Bids From Wary Industry
Not too long ago, in 2013, the Obama administration began auctioning off leases for offshore wind farms up and down the Eastern Seaboard, hoping to spur a nascent industry.
Vineyard Power and Partner Win Offshore Wind Lease  The Vineyard Gazette - Martha's Vineyard News
Feds auction 550 acres off Massachusetts for wind energy  Chron.com
Study shows credit card metadata is not as anonymous as thought
Research by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has revealed that individuals can be identified through credit card metadata.
Just four bits of credit card data can identify most anyone  The Star Online
How three small credit card transactions could reveal your identity  Reseller News
Japan's industrial output modestly improves
TOKYO--Japan's output both improved modestly in December thanks to strong exports to the U.S., but domestic demand still lacked strength and inflation again slowed.
Japan Limps Out of Recession With December Production Gain  Bloomberg
Japan inflation slows again in December as spending drops  Zee News
Oil prices slip as output remains high, producers slash costs
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices dipped on Friday following slight gains in the previous session and analysts said the outlook remained weak, with production high and producers reducing operating costs to adjust to lower export revenues.
Falling oil prices: How long will it last?  Los Angeles Times
Even with low prices, US oil industry pushing for exports  Enid News & Eagle