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    Websites prep for Google's 'mobilegeddon'

    MarketWatch – 4:47 PM ET 04/20/2015

    Google (GOOG) is changing its search algorithm Tuesday to favor sites that look good on smartphones, a move some are calling "mobilegeddon" because of its impact on website operators. The new formula will give a boost in Google's (GOOG) "organic" search results to sites that are designed to look good on smartphones, while penalizing those that don't. Google (GOOG) changes its algorithm frequently, but in this case it took the unprecedented step of warning sites in February that it was coming, and giving...

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    U.S. stocks post biggest gain in three weeks

    MarketWatch – 4:33 PM ET 04/20/2015

    By Anora Mahmudova and Barbara Kollmeyer, MarketWatch. Hasbro (HAS) gains after beating earnings expectations. U.S. stocks rallied on Monday, posting their biggest advance in three weeks, as better-than-expected earnings from companies helped deliver a dollop of confidence to global-equity markets after a rout in stocks on Friday.

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    What to watch for in Google's earnings

    MarketWatch – 12:58 PM ET 04/20/2015

    Google (GOOG) scheduled to report quarterly results on Thursday. Google Inc. is expected to report first-quarter earnings after the market close on Thursday. The company has been struggling to surpass revenue expectations amid growing competition from mobile advertising rivals like Facebook Inc. (FB), also expected to report quarterly earnings this week.

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    Elon Musk almost sold Tesla to Google, book claims

    MarketWatch – 12:32 PM ET 04/20/2015

    A book due out next month makes a surprise claim about Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA): the electric-car maker was in such dire straits in early 2013 that it almost was sold to Google Inc.. At the time, Tesla was struggling to turn Model S preorders into actual sales, and Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk turned to his friend Larry Page, Google's (GOOG) co-founder and chief executive, wrote Ashlee Vance, a Bloomberg BusinessWeek reporter and author of the book, citing two people directly familiar with the...

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    Why failed selloffs are leading to failed rallies

    MarketWatch – 8:04 AM ET 04/20/2015

    Critical intelligence before the U.S. market opens. Last week began with the market at a pivotal point. Will equities break from resistance and string together a significantly rally?

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    Google's Mobile Defense Against European Pressure

    MarketWatch – 7:29 PM ET 04/19/2015

    If nothing else, Google (GOOG) these days could take some comfort in an old baseball idiom: They don't boo nobodies. That may be of little solace to shareholders worried about the Internet giant's continuing tussle with regulators. This escalated last week when the European Commission finally lodged its formal complaint against Google (GOOG) after five years of back-and-forth debate.

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    Peak earnings week to follow big global selloff

    MarketWatch – 9:01 AM ET 04/19/2015

    Will earnings misses keep on getting rewarded? Earnings season may have gotten a little bit tougher as heavyweights from the industrial, consumer staples, and tech sectors report this week following a big Friday selloff. Stocks fell apart on Friday on global jitters, sending both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq Composite Index down 1.3% for the week, and the S&P 500 index down 1%.

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    MARKET SNAPSHOT: Peak Earnings Week To Follow Big Global Selloff

    DJ Business News – 9:01 AM ET 04/19/2015

    Will earnings misses keep on getting rewarded? Earnings season may have gotten a little bit tougher as heavyweights from the industrial, consumer staples, and tech sectors report this week following a big Friday selloff. Stocks fell apart on Friday on global jitters, sending both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq Composite Index down 1.3% for the week, and the S&P 500 index down 1%.

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    The richest man in tech has 65 times the wealth of the richest woman

    MarketWatch – 8:32 AM ET 04/18/2015

    If you're a woman in Silicon Valley, there is no code to break the glass ceiling. The world's richest woman in the tech industry-- Hewlett-Packard Chief Executive Meg Whitman, 58, with a net worth of $1.3 billion-- is worth 65 times less than the richest man in tech, according to a report released Wednesday by private wealth consultancy Wealth-X. The top five wealthiest women in technology combined are worth just over $5 billion, a fraction of the estimated $85.1 billion fortune of...

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    Here's the one trait you should have to get a job at Google

    MarketWatch – 8:31 AM ET 04/18/2015

    Even the fastest, smartest people can fall at the final hurdle. Most people spend more time working than doing anything else, including sleeping or even hanging out with family and friends, according to Laszlo Bock, head of People Operations at Google Inc., a department that handles over two million resumes a year. Insights from Inside Google (GOOG) that Will Transform How You Live and Lead, "released by Hachette Book Group this month.

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    FCC Frees Up Spectrum for Low-Cost Wireless Hubs

    DJ Business News – 2:15 PM ET 04/17/2015

    U.S. regulators approved a plan Friday to unlock a large swath of airwaves that could be used to set up cheap, new wireless networks. The move by the Federal Communications Commission frees up airwaves in the 3.5 gigahertz band, which are higher frequency than some Wi-Fi bands and don't travel very far. Currently, the frequency is used for Navy radar systems along the coasts, at a smattering of Army bases, and by rural Internet providers.

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    FCC Frees Up Spectrum for Low-Cost Wireless Hubs

    DJ Business News – 1:52 PM ET 04/17/2015

    U.S. regulators approved a plan Friday to unlock a large swath of airwaves that could be used to set up cheap, new wireless networks. The move by the Federal Communications Commission frees up airwaves in the 3.5 gigahertz band, which are higher frequency than some Wi-Fi bands and don't travel very far. Currently, the frequency is used for Navy radar systems along the coasts, at a smattering of Army bases, and by rural Internet providers.

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    Vivendi's Vincent Bolloré Gets Double Voting Rights -- Update

    DJ Business News – 11:13 AM ET 04/17/2015

    PARIS-- Vincent Bolloré called on investors Friday to have faith in his capacity to turn Vivendi SA (VIVEF) into a successful European media group as the group's chairman and largest shareholder secured double voting rights, further tightening his grip over the company. Bolloré, presiding over his first annual meeting as chairman, said giving him larger voting rights will help Vivendi (VIVEF) transform into a global content group, comparing Vivendi (VIVEF) to big tech giants such as Google Inc. and...

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    Big Data Looms as Next Battle in Europe

    DJ Business News – 5:09 PM ET 04/16/2015

    BRUSSELS--As Google Inc. prepares to fight charges that it has violated Europe's competition rules, lawyers here are already limbering up for the next battle: big data. At issue: whether the way that major technology companies such as Google (GOOG) and Facebook Inc. (FB) mine people's personal data should worry antitrust officials. Personal data is an increasingly important asset for digital businesses, some experts argue, even though people hand it over voluntarily when they use free...

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    Europe Antitrust Chief Makes Case for Google Charges

    DJ Business News – 1:35 PM ET 04/16/2015

    WASHINGTON--The European Commission's antitrust chief on Thursday said there are good reasons why competition enforcers in Europe are taking aim at Google Inc., even though the company avoided a legal challenge in the U.S. European antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager, speaking during a press briefing, said, "It is important to realize that the situation is different here and in Europe. In Europe you'll find that Google (GOOG) has about, or more, than 90% of general Internet search.

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    Europe Antitrust Chief Makes Case for Google Charges

    DJ Business News – 1:23 PM ET 04/16/2015

    WASHINGTON--The European Commission's antitrust chief on Thursday said there are good reasons why competition enforcers in Europe are taking aim at Google Inc., even though the company avoided a legal challenge in the U.S. European antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager, speaking during a press briefing, said, "It is important to realize that the situation is different here and in Europe. In Europe you'll find that Google (GOOG) has about, or more, than 90% of general Internet search.

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    Europe Opens Probe of Google's Android

    DJ Business News – 4:55 AM ET 04/16/2015

    European regulators opened a second front in their antitrust probe of Google Inc., launching a formal investigation of whether the U.S. Internet company used its position as the maker of Android, the most popular software operating system for smartphones, to favor other Google (GOOG) apps and services. "Smartphones, tablets and similar devices play an increasing role in many people's daily lives and I want to make sure the markets in this area can flourish without anticompetitive...

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    Correction to Europe Opens Probe of Google's Android Article

    DJ Business News – 6:50 PM ET 04/15/2015

    Android powered roughly 80% of smartphones that shipped world-wide in 2014 according to Strategy Analytics, and Samsung Electronics is the biggest seller of Android phones. "Europe Opens Probe of Google's Android," at 3:24 p.m. ET, incorrectly reported the amount as 85%. Android powered roughly 80% of smartphones that shipped world-wide in 2014 according to Strategy Analytics, and Samsung Electronics is the biggest seller of Android phones.

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    Novatel Wireless Appoints Veteran Wireless Executive, John Carney, as EVP of Sales and Marketing

    GlobeNewswire – 4:00 PM ET 04/15/2015

    Novatel Wireless, Inc. (MIFI), a leading provider of solutions for the Internet of Things, announced the appointment of John Carney to the position of executive vice president, sales and marketing, effective April 20, 2015.

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    Europe Opens Probe of Google's Android

    DJ Business News – 3:24 PM ET 04/15/2015

    European regulators opened a second front in their antitrust probe of Google Inc., launching a formal investigation of whether the U.S. Internet company used its position as the maker of Android, the most popular software operating system for smartphones, to favor other Google (GOOG) apps and services. "Smartphones, tablets and similar devices play an increasing role in many people's daily lives and I want to make sure the markets in this area can flourish without anticompetitive...

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