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Friday, December 12, 2014
Instagram, the photo-sharing social network owned by Facebook, announced Wednesday it has more than 300 million users as it unveiled a new system to authenticate celebrity members.
Ferrari's sleek sports cars and souped-up Formula 1 racing machines have made the prancing horse logo among the world's most powerful brands. Now, as the company prepares for a public listing, it wants to cash in on the cachet.
Google said Thursday it will shut down its Google News service in Spain to prevent publishers' content from appearing on it — ahead of a new law requiring the Internet search company to pay Spanish news organizations for linked content or snippets of news.
Fast-food giant McDonald's to trim menu, examine ingredients
McDonald's is planning to trim its menu, review its cooking methods and maybe even get rid of some of the ingredients it uses to change perceptions that it serves junk food.
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Yahoo Inc. forecast Wednesday that its native advertising customers in Taiwan will double in number in the next two months, given the strong demand from small and medium enterprises.
Dozens of companies including Microsoft, Disney and Koch Industries were dragged into the Luxembourg tax avoidance “LuxLeaks” scandal on Tuesday with the release of new documents by investigative journalists.
Abercrombie & Fitch's longtime and embattled CEO Michael Jeffries has abruptly retired as the once-hip teen clothing chain struggles to regain its popularity.
British energy producer BG Group said Wednesday it has sold its Australian gas pipeline business for US$5.0 billion as part of its plan to shed non-core assets.
British energy producer BG Group said Wednesday it has sold its Australian gas pipeline business for US$5.0 billion as part of its plan to shed non-core assets.
British energy producer BG Group said Wednesday it has sold its Australian gas pipeline business for US$5.0 billion as part of its plan to shed non-core assets.
  
  
  
  
  
  
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