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Notorious patent troll company lays off 19% of workforce
Intellectual Ventures, a patent troll company, has laid off 19% of its staff.
Branson, biz leaders seek Ukraine solution
Billionaire Richard Branson and 15 major business leaders from around the world are calling for an end to the Ukraine-Russia conflict.
Faster Netflix streaming coming to Time Warner Cable
Netflix has reached a deal with Time Warner Cable to boost video-streaming speeds.
90% of hospitals lose their patients' data
Get ready for a barrage of hospital hacks. The health care industry isn't protecting your data. Here's why.
10 innovations that made Google great
Google search chief Amit Singhal listed the top 10 Google innovations over the past 10 years.
Flat Russian beer market hits Carlsberg
Beer sales in Russia are losing their fizz as the economy grinds to a halt, hurting Western brewers such as Carlsberg.
Dov Charney is still at American Apparel. Do the numbers show it?
Two months after Dov Charney was fired as CEO, he's still at the company, collecting his full base salary amid early signs of a turnaround.
U.K. bank hit with $300 million New York fine
State agency says bank fails to comply with rules against money laundering.
Bieber, T Swift fragrances blamed for Elizabeth Arden loss
Shares of Elizabeth Arden tanked 24% Tuesday after the company said it lost $156 million in the most recent quarter.
Heinz recalls lead-laced baby food in China
Pittsburgh food company announces recall of "small batch" from Chinese supplier.
McDonald's coffee coming to supermarkets
The take-home coffee will come in a variety of flavors including those that are already available in McDonald's restaurants like "premium roast," French vanilla and hazelnut.
Uber hires former Obama campaign manager
Uber has hired David Plouffe, the former campaign manager for President Obama.
Website crash mars $188 billion "demerger"
Investors trying to find details on BHP Billiton's multi-billion dollar "demerger" were scrambling Tuesday as the company's website crashed.
Bakery to Google: Take 's--t' out of our logo!
Greggs bakery took to Twitter to urge Google to remove a profane logo from search results.
Uber launches drug store delivery service
Uber introduced a trial service Tuesday offering on-demand delivery of medicine, toiletries and other drug store products.
Sprint's new price plans: No more 'Framily,' but more data
On Monday, Sprint announced it was jacking up the data it offers in its family pack options. The new plans will be offered starting on Friday.
Fidelity settles lawsuits over its own 401(k) plan
Retirement giant Fidelity investments has agreed to pay $12 million to settle two lawsuits over the 401(k) plan it offers its workers.
America's top wireless network is...
Verizon took top honors in a new ranking of nationwide network performance by market research firm RootMetrics.
Starbucks trucks are coming to campus
The mobile trucks will serve coffee and snacks to students at Arizona State University, James Madison University and Coastal Carolina University.
Accounting firm nailed for whitewashing client's sanctions violations
New York banking regulators suspend PwC for 2 years and fine it $25 million for changing language in a report to make it less likely to raise red flags.
One way Time Inc. judges writers: advertiser appeal
A spreadsheet reveals that Time Inc. weighed whether the content some employees created was "beneficial to advertiser relationship."
Al Gore sues Al Jazeera
Former VP clashes with Al Jazeera over Current Media deal.
Moms: Don't flash your gun at Kroger
The advocacy group pressured Target, Chilli's, Sonic and Chipotle until those companies asked customers to keep their guns at home.
Microsoft considering new name for Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer might be getting a name change, Microsoft engineers say.
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