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Anu Mandavilli is protesting outside of Gap's annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday, after the company would not sign onto a legally-binding agreement that would improve worker safety in Bangladesh.
Apple is in focus as CEO Tim Cook appears on Capitol Hill, while JPMorgan shareholder meeting also in the spotlight. Shares in cruise ship operator Carniva tumbled.
This ominous-sounding technical signal points to another move down in bond yields. So much for the Treasury bubble bursting?
With bitcoins still hovering over $100, one miner explains how he makes money running his computer 24/7, supporting the Bitcoin system.
Danone has struck two deals with the China Mengniu Dairy Company in a bid to take advantage of surging demand for internationally-branded milk and yoghurt.
The latest data shows registrations rose in April for the first time since September 2011.
The Syrian Electronic Army has hacked into a Financial Times blog and some of its Twitter accounts.
Hangouts doesn't differ much from other messaging services, but it unifies many Google products.
Investors pushed stocks higher Friday following a strong report on consumer sentiment. All three indexes ended higher for a fourth week, with the Dow and S&P 500 hitting new highs.
Airlines alerted about problem that can cause engines on Boeing 777 to shut down in flight.
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