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AOL CEO Tim Armstrong: Merger With Yahoo Is a 'Dead Notion'
Mergers and Acquisitions

AOL CEO Tim Armstrong: Merger With Yahoo Is a 'Dead Notion'

Like Netflix and Yahoo, AOL is pushing into the market for original content.
Starbucks Reports Increased Traffic and Sales Thanks to...Tea
Starbucks

Starbucks Reports Increased Traffic and Sales Thanks to...Tea

The coffee chain reported 7 percent sales growth thanks in part to the unlikely source.
Claire Zillman
ClassPass Acquires Competitor Fitmob
Acquisitions

ClassPass Acquires Competitor Fitmob

The nascent monthly subscription service fitness market just consolidated.
Laura Entis
Apple Watch Hits Stores: Weekly News Roundup
Weekly News Roundup

Apple Watch Hits Stores: Weekly News Roundup

We round up what to know as the much-hyped device arrives in stores.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
5 Businesses on the Brink of an IPO
IPO

5 Businesses on the Brink of an IPO

On the heels of last week's splashy stock-market debuts of Etsy, Party City and Virtu, here's who could be next.
Geoff Weiss
Facebook's Revenue Growth Slows, Costs Jump
Facebook

Facebook's Revenue Growth Slows, Costs Jump

The world's largest social network also saw its operating expenses rise 83 percent in the first quarter.
Bitcoin VIP: The Internet Had a Shady Start, Too
Legal Center

Bitcoin VIP: The Internet Had a Shady Start, Too

Gavin Andresen of the Bitcoin Foundation says that the use of the digital currency for less-than-legal purchases laid the groundwork for its entering the mainstream.
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Is LinkedIn Trying to Catch You Lying on Your Resume? Maybe.
Legal Center

Is LinkedIn Trying to Catch You Lying on Your Resume? Maybe.

LinkedIn has filed a patent for a fact-checking system that would likely be used to check user-generated content as well as resumes and bios.
Kia Kokalitcheva
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Iowa's Massive Bird Flu Outbreak Prompts Mexico to Ban Imported Poultry, Eggs
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Iowa's Massive Bird Flu Outbreak Prompts Mexico to Ban Imported Poultry, Eggs

Mexico is the largest buyer of U.S. chicken and one of several countries who have enacted restrictions over the last month.
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Sam's Club Adds New Services for Small-Business Owners
Retailers

Sam's Club Adds New Services for Small-Business Owners

The retailer is now offering digital marketing, payment processing and loans to the 600,000 business members who shop its stores and website each week.
Geoff Weiss
Yahoo's Revenue Tumbles, Misses Estimates
Yahoo

Yahoo's Revenue Tumbles, Misses Estimates

The tech giant reported lower-than-expected quarterly results as it struggles to reboot its core online advertising business.
HTC Is Jumping Into the Virtual-Reality Game
Virtual Reality

HTC Is Jumping Into the Virtual-Reality Game

The smartphone maker is teaming up with video-game company Valve to roll out a VR headset later this year.
John Gaudiosi
HP to Sell Image-Sharing Service Snapfish
Hewlett-Packard

HP to Sell Image-Sharing Service Snapfish

The company is being sold to District Photo for an undisclosed sum.
Uber to Stop Using Unlicensed Cab Drivers in Germany Per Court Ruling
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Uber to Stop Using Unlicensed Cab Drivers in Germany Per Court Ruling

The ride sharing service will also be lowering its fees.
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