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Apple can't keep up with these 16 tech firms
Finding growth in tech used to be easy: Just look for Apple. Not so anymore.         
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Apple gets outpaced by tech's new 'Sweet 16'
Finding growth in tech used to be easy: Just look for Apple. Not so anymore.         
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Here's what Apple's new iPhone is missing
Diehard Apple are wondering what will be missing from the latest iPhone model.         
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Morgans Hotel Group deal is coming down to the wire
Ron Burkle and SBE Entertainment’s $800 million deal for Morgans Hotel Group is going down to the wire. The partners have not yet lined up the consent of existing mortgage lenders for the deal, just days before a deadline for shareholders to vote on their proposal, The Post has learned. The boutique hotel chain, which...
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Gabelli and Icahn are dueling over Federal-Mogul shares
Carl Icahn may not make a clean getaway with his $9.25-a-share offer for Federal-Mogul. Billionaire investor Mario Gabelli, who owns 36 percent of the non-Icahn slice of the auto-parts maker, appears to be angling for $13 a share, according to a report from the investor’s company. “We don’t view the long-term profit outlook for that...
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise in $8.8 billion software spin-off
HPE will merge non-core software assets with the United Kingdom's Micro Focus         
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Tronc buys back stock from Oaktree Capital
A little greenmail goes a long way. Tronc appears to have paid a handsome ransom to rid itself of Oaktree Capital, a dissident shareholder that had lobbied furiously for a $1 billion sale to Gannett. The deal ultimately unraveled over financing, and Oaktree threatened to take Tronc and Chairman Michael Ferro to court. Thursday, the...
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Snapchat company sets IPO targets: $3.7-billion windfall and $22-billion valuation
Snap Inc.'s IPO filing: Starting price range is set Feb. 16, 2017, 6:58 a.m. Snapchat app maker Snap Inc. filed papers Feb. 2 to move forward with what's expected to be the biggest initial public offering ever for a Los Angeles company. Follow our coverage here. All updates Analysis From the filing...
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HEI posts 4Q profit
HONOLULU (AP) - Hawaiian Electric Industries Inc. (HE) on Tuesday reported fourth-quarter earnings of $45.1 million. The Honolulu-based company said it had profit of 41 cents per share. The parent of Hawaii's largest electricity generator posted revenue of $617.4 million in the period. For the year, the company reported profit ...
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Jose Cuervo raises $900M despite worries about US-Mexico relations
Investors are climbing over walls for this Mexican stock sale. Jose Cuervo, the world’s biggest tequila maker, raised more than $900 million in its initial public offering on Thursday — even after worries about President Trump’s policies toward Mexico twice delayed the deal. The IPO for Becle, Cuervo’s parent company, priced at 34 pesos, or...
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Bob Iger considers extending Disney contract again
This is it. It’s the last extension I’m signing. Trust me. Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger told investors on Tuesday he’s willing to extend his contract yet again — if that is what the board wants. “If it’s in the best interest of the company to extend my term, I am open to that,” Iger...
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A group of investors is trying to oust Mark Zuckerberg as Facebook's chairman
Mark Zuckerberg should give up some of his control over Facebook by relinquishing his position as chairman of the board, according to a new proposal by a consumer watchdog group and a few shareholders. The proposal, led by SumOfUs, claims that Facebook's future success requires "a balance of power...
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Facebook accounting boss retiring, company announces stock buyback
Facebook said on Friday its accounting chief is leaving the company and that it will undertake its first-ever stock buyback program, worth $6 billion. Chief Accounting Officer Jas Athwal — a nine-year veteran of Facebook, who was promoted to his current role in 2013 — is “retiring,” a source close to the company said, adding...
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Wal-Mart's profit falls but beats estimates; revenue misses
NEW YORK — Wal-Mart Stores Inc. reported its third-quarter profit fell 8.2 percent, dragged down by investments in e-commerce and its stores. Its earnings still beat Wall Street estimates. But its revenue fell short of expectations.Shares fell nearly 3 percent in premarket trading.Wal-Mart is reinventing itself to be more nimble as it fights off competition from online leader Amazon.com and other rivals.
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Wal-Mart's 3Q profits beat estimates; revenue falls short
NEW YORK (AP) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is reporting its third-quarter profit fell 8.2 percent dragged down by investments in e-commerce and other areas. Its earnings still beat Wall Street estimates. Revenue fell short of expectations. Shares slipped 0.4 percent in pre-market trading. The world's largest retailer says it earned ...
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SunEdison spinoffs veer from bankrupt company
When SunEdison filed for Chapter 11 in April, its spinoff companies seemed determined to stand on their own. Five months later, they are singing a different tune. On Monday, TerraForm Power and TerraForm Global, which were spun off from SunEdison in 2014 and 2015, respectively, said that they have begun to explore strategic alternatives. A...
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Shares spike after Starboard activist takes stake in Perrigo
After successfully pressing for the sale of Yahoo, activist investor Jeff Smith has identified his new target. Smith’s Starboard Value hedge fund announced a 4.6 percent stake in Perrigo, a Dublin-based drugmaker that focuses on generic and specialty pharmaceuticals. Shares of Perrigo gained 5 percent to $93.18 in early Monday trading in the wake of...
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Potash, Agrium to combine, creating huge crop fertilizer
NEW YORK (AP) — Potash Corp. and Agrium said Monday that they are combining to create the world's largest crop nutrient company.
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Potash, Agrium to combine and create new fertilizer company
NEW YORK (AP) — Potash Corp. and Agrium say they are combining to create a new Canadian fertilizer company.
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