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Most hedge funds that bet on broad macroeconomic trends lost money in January, hurt by reversing equity markets and wrong-way currency bets.
The decision to become the first major Olympics sponsor to protest Russia's anti-gay law was a "pretty easy call," AT&T chief Randall Stephenson says.
CEO Tim Armstrong had to explain himself after he cited the cost of treating two "distressed babies" of AOL employees at a company town hall meeting, Re/code reports.
Water isn't the only resource running short in California. The drought-stricken state is also low on natural gas.
An erroneous reading of a regulatory filing led to stories suggesting that Google had bought $750 million worth of Lenovo shares, Re/code reports.
Apple has bought $14 billion of its stock after dismal first-quarter results, says Wall Street Journal quoting Chief Executive Tim Cook.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters' stock surge likely has a big victim: David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital.
GM says it's on track to break even in Europe by 2015, but it will have lost a lot of money on the way there.
Networking helps people progress at work and companies that build partnerships also do better, according to INSEAD academics.
Warren Buffett has a big lead in a decade-long bet that put a stock index fund up against high-priced hedge funds.
Google reached a deal with European antitrust, ending a lengthy competition investigation into the American tech company's practices. The NYT reports.
Amazon is announcing a deal with video ad company FreeWheel to provide the technology for Amazon to build out its video advertising business.
Sprint, considering a bid for T-Mobile, is close to securing debt financing from a clutch of big banks, Dealreporter said.
For the first time, Time Warner has disclosed HBO's financial performance—showing how much further Netflix has to go.
What follows is a list of shoo-ins that we think particularly deserving of inclusion, followed by a list of laggards to consider:
As Apple's annual meeting approaches, some big investors are fighting an increasingly public fight over what the company should do with its cash.
Fast-casual spots such as Chipotle and Noodles & Co. are far outperforming other categories, especially fast-food companies like McDonald's.
David Beckham announced Wednesday that he is exercising his option to become the owner of a Major League Soccer team in Miami.
Colorado's newly legal pot economy is barely more than a month old, and the nascent industry is already making marijuana brownies look stale.
The company also said Bill Gates would step aside as chairman of the board.
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