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    FAA wants to speed approval process for commercial drones

    Reuters – 2:48 PM ET 03/03/2015

    The Federal Aviation Administration is seeking ways to speed up the approval process for commercial drone operations, but its efforts have been hindered by its lack of authority to review multiple applications on a group basis, the FAA chief said on Tuesday.

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    Venture capitalist John Doerr to testify in sexism case

    Reuters – 12:04 PM ET 03/03/2015

    Venture capitalist John Doerr, credited with backing Amazon.com Inc (AMZN), Google Inc and many other technology companies, is set to testify on Tuesday in a gender discrimination trial involving his firm, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.

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    Innovation, not easy money, is behind the Nasdaq's return to 5,000

    MarketWatch – 8:50 AM ET 03/03/2015

    Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN), Priceline (PCLN) and Starbucks (SBUX) have added $1 trillion in market value to the index since 2000. Finally-- after much anticipation, the Nasdaq Composite Index has closed above the 5,000 mark for the first time since March 2000, and it's very near its Internet bubble all-time closing high of 5048.62. Of course, that's still way short of its inflation-adjusted peak, which would require an additional gain of more than 2,000 points, as Lance Roberts of STA Wealth Management wrote...

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    JD.com tops expectations with 73 pct rise in quarterly revenue

    Reuters – 5:55 AM ET 03/03/2015

    * Q4 revenue $5.6 billion vs expected $5.3 billion. * Expects Q1 revenue between 34.8 bln and 35.8 bln yuan. * More than one-third of Q4 orders fulfilled by mobile. By Gerry Shih.

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    The Nasdaq that peaked and plunged 15 years ago was a very different stock index

    MarketWatch – 5:46 PM ET 03/02/2015

    This is an updated version of a slideshow first published April 2014.. Fifteen years ago, tech stocks peaked and started to come screaming back to Earth. These days, they're enjoying another upswing.

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    'Ship to Cuba' option shows up on Amazon.com amid diplomatic talks

    Reuters – 5:34 PM ET 03/02/2015

    Less than three months after U.S. and Cuban officials agreed to restore diplomatic ties, Amazon.com Inc (AMZN) appears to be laying the groundwork to ship packages to Cuba. A "ship to Cuba" button was seen on Monday on Amazon's (AMZN) website by Reuters correspondents in Havana.

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    Canada's Hardy Capital sees online shoe retailer IPO in 2015

    Reuters – 5:04 PM ET 03/02/2015

    Canadian entrepreneur and venture capitalist Roger Hardy said on Monday he is looking to take an online shoe retailing company public this year to tap investor appetite for e-commerce businesses. Hardy told Reuters by phone that he expects the company, which will be called Shoes.com Technologies Ltd, to record net revenue $250 million in 2015, with the United States contributing about 85 percent.

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    Ericsson joins with Intel to help telecoms firms get in the cloud

    Reuters – 8:57 AM ET 03/02/2015

    Telecom equipment maker Ericsson and chipmaker Intel (INTC) have agreed a partnership deal to help network operator customers build datacentres, putting them on a more competitive footing against big, cloud-based Internet firms such as Google, Facebook (FB) and Amazon.

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    Announcing Bango Grid: The Global Launch Pad for Carrier Billing

    Business Wire – 8:57 AM ET 03/02/2015

    Mobile payments leader Bango announces Bango Grid – a new and unique product that enables app stores to launch and manage carrier billing markets with unparalleled ease, as they grow global mobile content sales.

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    Lofty Nasdaq doesn't seem so scary when viewed from the bottom up

    MarketWatch – 7:10 AM ET 03/02/2015

    Stock indexes aren't abstractions; they're about companies-- healthy ones, in this case. There's a lot of hand-wringing right now about the Nasdaq, which is finally nearing its bubble-era peak close of 5,048-- even as the 15th anniversary of the top that defined the Internet bubble arrives next week. But the Nasdaq is fine.

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    Google pays $25 million for '.app' domain

    MarketWatch – 3:55 PM ET 02/27/2015

    NEW YORK-- With a winning bid of $25 million, Google Inc. beat Amazon Inc. and others to control the top-level web domain ending ". app". The company won an auction Wednesday on ICANN, the nonprofit that oversees the Internet. The $25 million sum is the most paid so far in an ICANN auction, according to a spokesperson.

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    These stock decisions are hobbling your mutual fund

    MarketWatch – 2:53 PM ET 02/27/2015

    Managers underweighted many top performers, missing out on returns, notes Goldman Sachs. SAN FRANCISCO-- Large-cap mutual fund performance is lagging behind that of the S&P 500 so far this year but has more to do with the selection of individual stocks than with sectors. Stock selection in mutual funds so far this year has been poor with the average large-cap fund performance lagging the S&P 500 index by a few-tenths of a percentage point, according to a recent note from Goldman...

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    PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - 27

    Reuters – 1:13 AM ET 02/27/2015

    The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. * The Federal Communications Commission voted on and approved new rules to regulate broadband Internet service as a public utility, a milestone in regulating high-speed Internet service into American homes.

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    7 ways the Nasdaq's changed since the tech crash

    MarketWatch – 5:05 PM ET 02/26/2015

    This is an updated version of a slide show first published in April 2014.. About 15 years ago, tech stocks started to come screaming back to earth after surging to sky-high peaks. These days, they're enjoying another upswing.

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    Investors aren't buying Eddie Lampert's plan for Sears

    MarketWatch – 4:37 PM ET 02/26/2015

    NEW YORK-- Investors aren't loving hedge-fund manager Eddie Lampert's plan to transform Sears Holdings Corp. (SHLD). The company plans to turn up to 300 stores into a real-estate investment trust in May or June and generate over $2 billion in proceeds. Investors also ignored the company's first fourth-quarter adjusted operating profit in two years.

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    Target deploys free-shipping threshold as weapon against Wal-Mart and Amazon

    MarketWatch – 1:51 PM ET 02/26/2015

    NEW YORK-- Target (TGT) didn't even introduce a sitewide free-shipping offer till last summer, but it's already cutting in half-- to $25 from $50-- the purchase threshold. That move undercuts rivals including Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) and Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT). After taking back its website operation from Amazon (AMZN) in fall 2011, and having endured such episodes as a website crash during its Missoni for Target (TGT) launch, Target (TGT) has upped its online game and is, in the company's words, "taking bold steps to be an...

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    FCC votes in favor of net-neutrality regulations

    MarketWatch – 1:37 PM ET 02/26/2015

    The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday voted in favor of so-called net neutrality rules. The regulation the FCC passed would reclassify broadband Internet access under Title II of the Communications Act, and in practice bars Internet providers from blocking or throttling legal content and bars paid prioritization, or the creation of paid "fast lanes" between content and Internet providers. (END) Dow Jones Newswires 02-26-15 1337 ET Copyright (c) 2015 Dow Jones&...

  18. FCC votes in favor of net-neutrality regulations

    MarketWatch – 1:00 PM ET 02/26/2015
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    Ex-Obama spokesman Carney takes job at Amazon

    MarketWatch – 12:55 PM ET 02/26/2015

    WASHINGTON-- Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) is turning to a veteran of the Obama administration to run its newly created global corporate-affairs department, the company confirmed Thursday. Politico and the Washington Post reported earlier Thursday that Jay Carney, a former White House press secretary, will join the e-commerce giant Monday. An Amazon (AMZN) spokesperson said in an email the department will include the company's existing public relations and public policy teams.

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    Amazon hires former Obama press secretary Carney - Politico

    Reuters – 10:20 AM ET 02/26/2015

    Amazon.com Inc (AMZN) has hired President Barack Obama's former spokesman Jay Carney as senior vice president for worldwide corporate affairs, Politico reported on Thursday. Carney stepped down as Obama's press secretary in June after more than three years in the high-profile job.


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