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    Silver Linings in Big Cloud Spending

    MarketWatch – 10:02 AM ET 04/28/2015

    It used to be said that nobody ever got fired for buying IBM (IBM). These days, it seems you can't get fired for spending a lot on the cloud. That is the easiest takeaway from the latest set of results from the so-called "hyperscale" cloud-service providers: Amazon.com (AMZN), Google (GOOG) and Microsoft.

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    Google offers 150 million euros olive branch to European publishers

    MarketWatch – 7:36 AM ET 04/28/2015

    Google (GOOG) said Tuesday it would spend EUR150 million in Europe on grants for digital journalism experimentation, amid increasing tensions with EU regulators and publishers. The company also said it would work with European newspapers and journalism organizations to develop products and increase revenue, crucial for a cash-strapped newspaper industry that has struggled to stay afloat in the Internet age. The pledge is the latest attempt by Google (GOOG) to present a friendlier...

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    EBay rejects report it's backing Google on antitrust

    MarketWatch – 4:10 AM ET 04/28/2015

    EBay (EBAY) has rejected a report that it is backing Google's (GOOG) defense in an antitrust case brought by the EU. In an interview published Sunday, eBay's (EBAY) chief executive, John Donahoe, told the Financial Times that the online auction company considers itself a "a strong commerce competitor" to Google (GOOG). EU regulators take into account the competitive landscape when examining whether a company is dominant and abusing that dominance.

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    Tech giants help track Nepal earthquake survivors

    MarketWatch – 5:58 PM ET 04/27/2015

    Free calls and survivor tracking some of the services offered. Global technology firms are pitching in on earthquake rescue efforts in Nepal with services such as free calls to and from the country to functions that track survivors and relay the news to worried relatives and friends overseas. Search giant Google Inc. on Saturday launched its Person Finder service, which allows users to post and search for information about missing friends and loved ones.

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    Can the Twitter 'mafia' rival the ex-PayPal one?

    MarketWatch – 3:28 PM ET 04/27/2015

    The PayPal "mafia", the successful alumni of the company who have gone on to other things, is still going strong, but Twitter may be forming one of its own. Data firm CB Insights tracked 15 companies founded by early Twitter employees. Square, the payment company founded by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, is like the most well- known and recently raised $150 million at a $6 billion valuation.

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    Google says emoji pants, tulle skirts are all the rage

    MarketWatch – 3:03 PM ET 04/27/2015

    NEW YORK-- Want to rock the hot fashion trends this spring? Put away your skinny jeans, one-shoulder dresses and "normcore" Jerry Seinfield-style bland fashion of jeans and white sneakers. Put on some emoji jogger pants, tulle skirts and sport a top with Kale written across it, made famous by Beyonce.

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    Jeff Bezos' near $5 billion payday

    MarketWatch – 2:51 PM ET 04/27/2015

    Bezos is Amazon's (AMZN) largest shareholder with 83.9 million shares. Jeff Bezos must feel like he's the king of the world. He's not only the founder, chairman, chief executive and president of Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), he's also the largest shareholder.

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    Tech Expansion Overruns Cities in California's Silicon Valley

    DJ Business News – 2:02 PM ET 04/27/2015

    Water isn't California's only scarce resource. Room to grow is evaporating in Silicon Valley as technology giants' appetites for expansion are running up against residents weary of clogged streets and cramped classrooms brought about by the boom of recent years. Some communities are already saying they have reached their limits of development, while others signal that day is near, raising questions about the ability of the tech sector to keep expanding in what has long been...

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    A Star in Nasdaq Boom, ETF Now Looks Square

    MarketWatch – 1:09 PM ET 04/27/2015

    Nasdaq stocks are finally having their moment. The 2,579- stock Nasdaq Composite Index has soared past its record set during the dot-com era. The smaller Nasdaq-100 index isn't far behind.

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    Google announces program to buy patents

    MarketWatch – 10:59 AM ET 04/27/2015

    Google (GOOG) announced a program Monday to buy all types of patents as part of an experimental marketplace. Google (GOOG) says it started the program as a way to "remove friction from the patent market" and keep the patents away from patent trolls. It notes the patent holders may want to sell in order to raise money or because the patent doesn't apply to the business.

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    Apple's report poised to ripple through this vulnerable market

    MarketWatch – 9:39 AM ET 04/27/2015

    Critical intelligence before the U.S. market opens. A big chunk of my Saturday afternoon was devoted to ridiculing my friend for being among the first wave of buyers of the Apple Watch. In return, he pointed to my iPad, iPod, iPhone and MacBook, reminding me that I also vowed to never get lured into paying the Apple (AAPL) premium.

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    This company brings investing in tech startups to the masses

    MarketWatch – 7:42 AM ET 04/27/2015

    As data grows, so do startup opportunities. Venture capitalists are always looking for the next big investment in tech, whether it's cloud-computing, data analysis, or software development. But a growing trend in startup funding seeks to give the smaller retail investor a shot at getting in on the ground floor of the next Google (GOOG) or Facebook.

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    EBay gives Google's antitrust defense a boost: FT

    MarketWatch – 6:44 AM ET 04/27/2015

    Google Inc.' s defense against European Union antitrust charges got a boost from eBay Inc. (EBAY), as eBay's Chief Executive John Donahoe told the Financial Times it considers Google (GOOG) a direct competitor in the online-retail business. Donahoe told the Times, in an interview published Sunday, his company is "a strong commerce competitor" of Google Shopping. EU regulators Google (GOOG) of abusing its dominance of online search.

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    Tech Giants Help Track Nepal Earthquake Survivors as Communications Are Hit -- Update

    DJ Business News – 5:58 AM ET 04/27/2015

    Global technology firms are pitching in on earthquake rescue efforts in Nepal with services such as free calls to and from the country to functions that track survivors and relay the news to worried relatives and friends overseas. Search giant Google Inc. on Saturday launched its Person Finder service, which allows users to post and search for information about missing friends and loved ones. The feature, which Google (GOOG) created in response to the destructive 2010 earthquake in...

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    Tech Giants Help Track Nepal Quake Survivors as Communications Hit

    DJ Business News – 3:44 AM ET 04/27/2015

    Global technology firms are pitching in on earthquake rescue efforts in Nepal with services such as free calls to and from the country to functions that track survivors and relay the news to worried relatives and friends overseas. Search giant Google Inc. on Saturday launched its Person Finder service, which allows users to post and search for information about missing friends and loved ones. The feature, which Google (GOOG) created in response to the destructive 2010 earthquake in...

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    Mount Everest Climbers Rescued After Avalanche

    DJ Business News – 2:37 AM ET 04/27/2015

    KATMANDU, Nepal--Rescue helicopters on Monday pulled dozens of stranded climbers from camps on Mount Everest after an earthquake-triggered avalanche over the weekend killed 17 people on the mountain. Three helicopters were bringing about 180 mountaineers from higher altitudes back to the base camp, which adventurers use to prepare for ascents of the world's highest peak. The operation was expected to be completed by afternoon, expedition operators said.

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    Nepal Earthquake: Rescuers Hunt for Survivors as Death Toll Rises -- 5th Update

    DJ Business News – 11:33 PM ET 04/26/2015

    KATMANDU, Nepal--Fear of aftershocks sent thousands here into the streets and parks overnight, where they huddled under plastic tarps after a day during which soldiers and police dug, often by hand, in the rubble of collapsed buildings in a race to rescue survivors. More than 3,200 people were confirmed dead after Saturday's 7.8- magnitude quake--the Himalayan nation's most devastating temblor in roughly 80 years--which rippled across a broad swath of Nepal, damaging the...

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    Nepal Earthquake: Rescuers Hunt for Survivors as Death Toll Rises -- 5th Update

    DJ Business News – 9:57 PM ET 04/26/2015

    KATMANDU, Nepal--Fear of aftershocks sent thousands here into the streets and parks overnight, where they huddled under plastic tarps after a day during which soldiers and police dug, often by hand, in the rubble of collapsed buildings in a race to rescue survivors. More than 2,400 people were confirmed dead after Saturday's 7.8- magnitude quake--the Himalayan nation's most devastating temblor in roughly 80 years--which rippled across a broad swath of Nepal, damaging the...

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    Google executive Fredinburg dies in Everest avalanche

    MarketWatch – 3:58 PM ET 04/26/2015

    Google Inc. executive Daniel Fredinburg was one of at least 18 people who died Saturday in an avalanche triggered by the massive 7.8 earthquake in Nepal that swept into a Mount Everest base camp, according to reports Sunday. The San Francisco resident, 33, an experienced climber who was the privacy chief at Google X died of a major head injury, according to reports. Fredinburg was climbing Mount Everest as part of a Google team trying to create a Google street map of the trek to...

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    BlackBerry Mulls Closing Sweden Operations

    DJ Business News – 4:25 PM ET 04/24/2015

    BlackBerry Ltd. (BBRY) is considering closing its offices in Sweden, a move that would put up to 100 employees out of work, as the company focuses on developing mobile security and productivity software to reignite growth. The Canadian smartphone maker, which employs about 7,000 people globally, said it would make a final decision on the planned closure after completing talks with the employees' unions. "At this time, we are considering the closure of our offices in Sweden since this may...

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