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Wal-Mart Will Take Its Time in China
While China is a "top priority," the retailer's same-store sales in China dropped 2.3% in the fourth quarter.
U.S. GDP Grows Just 0.2%
Economic growth fell precipitously in the first quarter, hurt by declines in exports and lower business investment.
Firms See Minimal Impact From ACA Mandate
Eighty-three percent of employers says the Obamacare mandate to provide health insurance will have little to no impact on hiring.
Twitter Shares Slide on Earnings Report Leak
Revenue rose 74% from a year ago, but missed analysts' estimates by $20 million. Twitter also lowered second-quarter sales projections.
Google Takes on Trolls With Patent Marketplace
The search giant's patent purchase promotion is "an experiment to remove friction from the patent market."
NFL Ending Tax-Exempt Status
Commissioner Roger Goodell says he wants to remove a "distraction" for the league.
Private Companies Plan More Hiring
On average, private companies expect to boost headcount 2.6% this year, but "more hiring doesn't necessarily mean better wages," says a PwC partner.
Quicken Loans Founder Accuses Feds of ‘Witch Hunt’
Dan Gilbert fires back at the Justice Department over lawsuit regarding the underwriting of Federal Housing Administration mortgage loans.
Fitch Downgrades Japan’s Debt Due to Fiscal Doubts
Fitch attributed its downgrade in part to “the absence of broadly equivalent fiscal measures" to replace a delayed sales tax increase.
Capgemini Spends $4B to Acquire IGATE
Deal will strengthen the French company's footholds in the Americas and India.
Amazon Stock Surges on First-Ever Cloud Results
Will Amazon Web Services finally make the online giant profitable?
AMD’s First-Quarter Earnings Fuel Bankruptcy Fears
Advanced Micro Devices misses target, and its future looks bleaker than ever.
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