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  • Financial Times6 minutes ago

    [$$] European telecoms: crossed wires over Vodafone-Liberty deal

    The prospect of forging a European telecoms champion has been a dream for two decades of industry executives, billionaire investors and even the European Commission. networks, US and Chinese companies are racing ahead. If it happens, the transaction is likely to be worth as much as €16.5bn including debt, making it the largest European telecoms deal in almost five years.

  • Associated Press2 hours ago

    This Week: New home sales, Facebook earns, GDP

    A look at some of the key business events and economic indicators upcoming this week: SALES REBOUND? Despite a dearth of homes on the market, sales of new U.S. homes have been declining lately. Sales slipped ...

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    U.S. banks push mortgage apps as home lending slows

    Bank of America Corp (BAC.N) has spent $1 billion on its digital banking services in the last six years and launched its lineup of techy mortgage products last week. Bank of America's app automatically fills in a customer's address, employment history and other information that the bank already has, cutting out hundreds of boxes customers would otherwise have to fill. Quicken Loans was the first to gain traction with digital home loans following its 2016 Rocket Mortgage launch.

  • This Intel Processor Rumor Doesn't Sound Right
    Motley Fool7 hours ago

    This Intel Processor Rumor Doesn't Sound Right

    The rumored name is just part of the problem.

  • Forbes7 hours ago

    Why Ford Is Ready To Roll WPP After Making Ads For 75 Years

    Ford Motor Co. is ready to upend its advertising agency relationship that dates back to 1945. Ford Motor Co. is giving WPP, the holding company that owns and runs such famous Madison Ave. brands as J. Walter Thompson and Ogilvy & Mather, a gift to celebrate their 75th anniversary working toigether–a possible firing. In the ad business, it is known as a “review.” Ford confirmed Friday that it is “reviewing” its relationship with WPP, which handles more than $4 billion in advertising business for Ford globally in more than 40 countries.

  • Benzinga10 hours ago

    Barron's Picks And Pans: General Electric, General Mills, MLPs And More

    This weekend's Barron's cover story examines the divide between business models in the big tech space. Other featured articles show why MLPs look attractive again and what to expect in the battle over ...

  • MarketWatch11 hours ago

    Can Facebook, Apple and Google keep powering tech’s growth?

    As large tech companies report first-quarter earnings in a flood of results during the next two weeks, they face a major test: Will they continue to post huge growth, and fuel further overall gains for ...

  • CNBC12 hours ago

    How to keep your personal information safe without completely unplugging from social media

    Facebook's data scandal has made some people nervous about staying on the social network. There are ways to keep yourself plugged in without deleting Facebook, or compromising your data, CNET explains. It seems every other week there's a new data breach, hack or security issue.

  • The Wall Street Journal15 hours ago

    Ford CEO's Cost-Cut Plan in Focus During Its Slump

    Jim Hackett is trying to make changes. But the auto maker is ‘burning a lot of cash in a lot of places,’ says one analyst.

  • MarketWatch15 hours ago

    New accounting rule raises revenue for big banks, but not all are highlighting the change

    JPM says revenue is higher by $303 million but Citi, Bank of America are less forthcomingReutersJP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon speaks at a Remain in the EU campaign event attended by Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne (not shown) at JP Morgan's corporate centre in Bournemouth, southern Britain, June 3, 2016. As new accounting standards for recognizing revenue take effect in the first quarter of 2018, big banks are taking decidedly different tacks in explaining how some revenues would be reported going forward, and why they are higher or lower than what investors may have expected. The biggest commercial and investment banks have already explained how new rules for reporting revenue, effective for most public companies on Jan 1, would impact results.

  • Should Intel Corp. Spin Off Its Factories?
    Motley Fool16 hours ago

    Should Intel Corp. Spin Off Its Factories?

    Intel should adopt a three-strikes rule.

  • MarketWatch16 hours ago

    Mulvaney’s first fine at CFPB is second-largest in history of agency

    The $1 billion fine imposed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and first since Mick Mulvaney took over the agency, ranks as the second-highest in the history of the agency.

  • CNBC16 hours ago

    Why tech companies are racing each other to make their own custom A.I. chips

    Earlier this week Alibaba said will make its own chip available for access through its cloud. Google has developed chips for AI, and Facebook has a nascent chip effort. Chinese retailer and cloud infrastructure provider Alibaba BABA is the latest company to think up its own design for processors that can run artificial intelligence software.

  • Reuters16 hours ago

    Ford tells WPP it will take bids from other ad agencies

    Ford Motor Company said on Saturday it will take bids on some of its advertising managed by WPP, adding to uncertainty around the British ad giant after last week's exit of founder Martin Sorrell. While Ford's decision does not affect all of its accounts with WPP - and the agency will be able to bid for the rest of the business along with everyone else - it comes at a difficult juncture for the world's biggest advertising firm. Sorrell, who over 33 years built the firm into one of Britain's biggest companies, quit last week as chief executive officer after an allegation of personal misconduct that he denies.

  • Earnings: 2 Hot Stocks to Watch Next Week
    Motley Fool16 hours ago

    Earnings: 2 Hot Stocks to Watch Next Week

    Mark your calendar. These two fast-growing tech stocks could see some big moves in their stock prices next week.

  • Google Takes Aim at Nokia’s Airborne Broadband Business
    Market Realist17 hours ago

    Google Takes Aim at Nokia’s Airborne Broadband Business

    According to industry reports, Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is in advanced discussions with respect to acquiring Nokia’s (NOK) airborne broadband business. Google could use Nokia’s airborne Internet technology to deliver faster Wi-Fi connectivity on airplanes. In-flight Internet provider Gogo’s (GOGO) stock price declined on the news of Google exploring the acquisition of Nokia’s airborne broadband technology.

  • Why Would Snap Cut Advertising Sales Jobs?
    Market Realist17 hours ago

    Why Would Snap Cut Advertising Sales Jobs?

    Is Snap correcting for over-hiring? The job reductions Snap (SNAP) carried out in March 2018 were primarily in the engineering and sales departments, the company revealed in a regulatory filing. According to a Bloomberg report, the sales job cuts were mostly in the advertising division, where the company eliminated ~100 positions.

  • MarketWatch17 hours ago

    SEC: Tell us more about all this money; Amazon and Google: Nope

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has tried hard to force Alphabet Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. to disclose more information about their fast-growing businesses, but the tech giants aren’t playing along. The SEC is apparently as curious as MarketWatch is about Google’s YouTube revenue, Amazon’s allocation of R&D spending and a few other matters related to the vast amounts of money coming and going from Big Tech’s corporate giants.

  • MarketWatch17 hours ago

    Pivotal IPO: 5 things to know about the cloud software company

    Cloud software has been a hot sector for initial public offerings, but now we will see how Wall Street feels about cloud software used to make more cloud software. Pivotal Software Inc. (PVTL) announced early Friday that it would sell at least 37 million shares in its IPO at a price of $15, the midpoint of the expected price range of $14 to $16.

  • MarketWatch17 hours ago

    Workplaces are finally treating mental health days as sick days, even on Broadway

    Patti Murin canceled an appearance in ‘Frozen’ this week because of a panic attack.

  • Forbes18 hours ago

    You Can Now Officially Earn A 'Fortnite: Battle Royale' College Scholarship

    Fortnite: Battle Royale now has its very first esports scholarship, and open tryouts begin soon.

  • The rise of high-performance and off-road SUVs and trucks
    CNBC18 hours ago

    The rise of high-performance and off-road SUVs and trucks

    As SUVs and trucks continue to take over the U.S. auto market, automakers are taking risks on fast and rugged trucks and SUVs that draw in customers and bring higher margins for relatively low investment.

  • Is Morgan Stanley Fairly Valued?
    Market Realist18 hours ago

    Is Morgan Stanley Fairly Valued?

    Morgan Stanley (MS) stock has fallen 4.6% over the past three months and risen 28.7% over the past year. In comparison, the overall sector (XLF) has fallen 6.4% and risen 19.1%, respectively. The bank’s asset management offerings, interest income, and consistent trading revenue have continued to support its strong performance.

  • Snap Reduced Its Workforce 7.0%, Expects $25 Million in Savings
    Market Realist18 hours ago

    Snap Reduced Its Workforce 7.0%, Expects $25 Million in Savings

    Snap carried out two rounds of layoffs in March, mostly in its sales and engineering departments. In the coming years, Snap expects its workforce reduction to yield $34 million in annual cost savings, particularly in salaries and payroll taxes.

  • TheStreet.com18 hours ago

    What You Need to Know About Facebook and Europe's New Privacy Rules

    The General Data Privacy Regulation, or GDPR, goes into effect May 25 and will require a host of changes by companies that collect user data.