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This year's 12 top paid tech CEOs all make more than $15 million annually.
More builders say sales conditions are good rather than poor, confirming earlier signs of a housing recovery.
Google's unorthodox stock split cleared its last hurdle after a settlement with dissenting shareholders.
Chinese reclaim top spot with a supercomputer almost twice as fast as any other system.
The Dreamliner maker's stock is the 2nd best performer in the Dow this year as worries about Boeing's 787 battery problems fade.
Office Mobile for iPhone is available (and free) only for users who subscribe to Office 365.
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So far, 160 people have applied for a joke job posting for lululemon's recently-vacant CEO spot.
Motion control games were supposed to be the hallmark of the new video game age, but Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft aren't committing to them.
Singapore has rapped 20 banks for allowing 133 traders to attempt to manipulate interest rate and foreign exchange benchmarks over a period of four years.
Apple is still reasonably priced, but it's no longer dirt cheap.
Who needs to own a boring U.S. Treasury bond when you can buy an exciting tech stock and get a similar -- or in many cases, higher -- yield in the process?
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