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A small Chinese developer has splurged $3.3 billion on land in the past nine months even as property sales slow and home builders scrabble for cash.
Fund managers haven't changed their investment strategies for the tech sector, in spite of the recent heavy selling.
After being fined more than $9.8 billion in the last three years, Wal-Mart is speaking out against the Chinese government, according to a report.
U.S. business inventories rose a bit less than expected as sales rebounded, suggesting a slow pace of restocking could weigh on economic growth in the first quarter.
Co-founders Jack Dorsey and Evan Williams, as well as CEO Richard Costolo said they have no current plans to sell any Twitter shares, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Citigroup has cut 200 to 300 jobs, or about 2 percent of its global markets workforce, the Wall Street Journal reported.
In a job advertisement, a Dutch cleaning company is calling for white people only: "Only whites need apply," stirring debate about the past.
Facebook is readying itself to provide financial services in the form of remittances and electronic money.
BlackBerry said it plans to release security updates for Android and iOS devices by Friday to address the "Heartbleed" security threat.
Wireless Internet access in the sky is taking off, promising better connections for travelers and a bonanza for companies that sell the systems.
Comcast told regulators that its merger with Time Warner Cable would not take away any TV or broadband choices for consumers.
A new Apple TV set top box may be on its way.
The bank agreed to pay nearly $800 million in fines and restitution to settle allegations of deceptive marketing and unfair billing involving credit card products.
Using a credit card or cash to pay for goods is easy, but there are several tech companies that think the process can be made even easier.
MillerCoors said it had uncovered a scheme in which two ex-employees allegedly embezzled millions of dollars.
The owner of KFC is testing a new concept chicken restaurant with more premium items, AdAge reports.
Regulators are likely to focus on how the Comcast-Time Warner merger will affect the market for high-speed Internet, NYT reports.
In February, U.S. employers advertised more job openings than in previous months. It might be a good sign as more hiring are expected in the future.
Nest Labs, the maker of smart thermostats that Google acquired for $3.2 billion, called a halt to all sales of its smoke alarms on Thursday.
Yahoo might become the latest entrant to the online video space, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
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