• Apple Touts New Updated iPad And Mini, Boosts Prices, Too
    New iPad with all the add-ons costs a cool $2,356; completely tricked-out Mac Mini is upwards of $4,000. Ouch.
  • Walmart Has Some Ideas On How To Cut Checkout Lines
    The retail giant is testing mobile app checkouts, and is placing workers with handheld checkout scanners in the busiest areas of its stores.
  • IBM Will Don Red Hat In $34B Deal For Open-Source Software Firm
    This is the third largest software deal ever coded, touted as a game-changer for the cloud market.
  • Amazon Turns A Record Profit, But Wall Street Frets About Its Outlook
    Investors are spooked by "its slowing e-commerce growth and disappointing holiday-quarter profit and sales outlook," Andria Cheng writes for "Forbes."
  • Exxon Denies It Was In Denial About Climate Change's Impact On Biz
    A lawsuit filed yesterday in New York Supreme Court alleges Exxon's denial misled long-term investors.
  • Apple's 'Cheaper' XR Inspires A Plethora Of Positive Reviews
    It doesn't get any better than that for a marketing department. Not that there aren't glitches.
  • Kimberly-Clark Promotes Hsu To CEO After Rebranding 'Mansize' Tissues
    "The change at the top comes at a time when the consumer goods industry is under pressure from rapidly changing tastes, intense competition and rising costs."
  • 'Halloween' Seizes The Weekend (And The Tenor Of The Time)
    The eleventh installment of the movie franchise opened to the tune of $77.5 million over the weekend, shattering several records.
  • American Express On Fast Track With Better-Than-Expected Results
    Despite co-branding setbacks and stiff competition, American Express said yesterday its third-quarter profits had jumped 22% over the previous year.
  • Endocyte's $12M Investment In Cancer Therapy Lures Novartis' $2.1B
    "The deal will also enable Novartis to investigate the potential development of a drug candidate for use in earlier lines of prostate cancer therapy," says one report.
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