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Far-reaching ambitions, no profits, worry Amazon investors
"It does get frustrating when they continue to spend quarter after quarter and they don't let the revenue flow through," said Michael Scanlon, who manages USD 3.5 billion at Manulife Asset Management and holds shares of Amazon.
Amazon Prime Continues to Grow Despite Price Bump  Motley Fool
Amazon quarterly losses much worse than expected  Boston Globe
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It's About Time: Walmart's US CEO Bill Simon Unexpectedly Stepping Down
It is about time. Poor domestic results demand a change of management at Walmart. I anticipate another disappointing quarter and I believe the responsible party is at the top.
Wal-Mart's chief faces bare shelves, surly shoppers  Salt Lake Tribune
Can a new CEO rescue Wal-Mart's US sales?  Fortune
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Murdoch's 21st Century Fox selling stakes in two satellite TV firms
Time Warner, which owns cable channels HBO, CNN, TNT, Cartoon Network and Hollywood's largest movie and TV studio Warner Bros.
British Sky Broadcasting deal may revive Fox's attempt to buy Timer ...  Christian Science Monitor
Murdoch's Time Warner gamble  Aljazeera.com
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Today's DJIA Dow Jones Industrial Average, nasdaq, S&P 500 close review and ...
The primary U.S. stock composites closed on a sour note to end the week as all three finished the session in the red. The Dow and the Nasdaq closed in negative territory for another consecutive session.
Stocks fall on outlook  Albany Times Union
US stocks endure mixed week with Nasdaq gains and Dow losses  The Australian
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Alan Greenberg, James Garner, Robert Newhouse: Obits This Week
This week's notable deaths included the Bear Stearns Cos. chief executive who transformed a small bond shop into the fifth-largest U.S.
Alan 'Ace' Greenberg, who remade Bear Stearns, dies at 86  Bangor Daily News
Former Bear Stearns chairman Greenberg dead at 86  Reuters
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Market Basket Protesters: Arthur T. Reinstatement Remains 'Non-Negotiable'
Market Basket protesters issued a statement to Boston.com Saturday morning, making it clear they intend to continue their actions moving forward.
Attempt to deliver Demoulas petitions rebuffed  Boston Globe
Market Basket gets political  Homenewshere wilmington town crier
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McDonald's declared unsanitary and unhealthy by Russian food standards as ...
Almost 25 years ago, McDonald's arrived in the Soviet Union and delighted Russians with their first taste of American fast-food culture - but now the company is the subject of a lawsuit that that could ban it from selling some of its signature products.
Now, the food at McDonald's is challenged by Russia  Economic Times
Russia Takes Aim At McDonald's In Battle Of The Burgers As US Ties Worsen  Huffington Post UK
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US dollar hits eight-month high against euro on weak German Ifo
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar hit an eight-month high against the euro on Friday after weak data on German business sentiment heightened concerns that geopolitical tensions were weighing on the euro zone economy.
Euro Drops on Interest-Rate Outlook  Wall Street Journal
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks and euro pressured by German data, US results  Reuters UK
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California trying to cut water, but is it working?
LOS ANGELES (AP) - When Gov. Jerry Brown called on everyone from residents to businesses in California to curb water usage by 20 percent, he told state government to lead by example.
California can't say if it's meeting drought goal  Porterville Recorder
Colorado River Basin Drying More Rapidly Than Previously Thought: Study  NBC Southern California
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Premier Commercial Bancorp Reports Second Quarter 2014 Results
HILLSBORO, OR--(Marketwired - Jul 25, 2014) - Premier Commercial Bancorp, the new name for Columbia Commercial Bancorp (OTCBB: CLBC), a single bank holding company for Premier Community Bank based in Hillsboro, Oregon (the Bank), reports a ...
The First of Long Island Corporation Announces Increases in Net Income For ...  The Wall Street Transcript
Surrey Bank income drops  Triad Business Journal
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