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Comcast Corp. rose$. 94 or 1.9 percent, to $49.79. Walt Disney Co. rose$. 90 or 1.1 percent, to $80.47. Gannett rose$. 51 or 1.9 percent, to $27.90.
NEWARK, N.J.— In a story April 8 about the sale of matzo maker Manischewitz, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the company also makes wine. NEWARK, N.J.— Matzo maker Manischewitz has been sold, just in time for the Passover Seder meal.
Comcast Corp. rose$. 64 or 1.3 percent, to $49.49. Walt Disney Co. rose$. 40 or. 5 percent, to $79.97. Gannett rose$. 36 or 1.3 percent, to $27.75.
NEWARK, New Jersey— Matzo and kosher wine maker Manischewitz has been sold, just in time for the Passover Seder meal. Sankaty Advisors, an arm of private equity firm Bain Capital, bought the company from a group including investment firm Harbinger. The New York Times reported the sale late Monday night.
Comcast Corp. fell$. 58 or 1.2 percent, to $48.51. Gannett fell$. 08 or. 3 percent, to $27.05. New York Times Co. fell$. 08 or. 5 percent, to $15.71.
NEW YORK— This year's list of nominees for Webby awards celebrating Internet achievement range from celebrities such as Beyonce and Ellen DeGeneres to Google and GoPro, the maker of popular mountable video cameras. The organizations with the most nominations are Vice Media with 11, The New York Times with 10 and Google Inc. with nine.
Comcast Corp. fell $1.10 or 2.2 percent, to $49.08. Walt Disney Co. fell $1.30 or 1.6 percent, to $79.13. Gannett fell$. 40 or 1.5 percent, to $27.13.
Comcast Corp. fell $1.21 or 2.4 percent, to $48.97. Walt Disney Co. fell$. 96 or 1.2 percent, to $79.47. Gannett fell$. 47 or 1.7 percent, to $27.06.
ZURICH, April 7- Credit Suisse faces the threat of a new investigation into its role in helping wealthy Americans avoid paying taxes after New York state's top financial regulator requested documents from the Swiss bank.
April 6- Benjamin Lawsky, New York's financial services superintendent, has sought documents from Credit Suisse to examine whether Switzerland's second-biggest bank lied to New York authorities about engineering tax shelters, said a source familiar with the matter.
April 4- General Motors has hired Jeff Eller as a crisis management adviser, the New York Times reported, as the automaker faces investigations over ignition switch defects linked to deadly crashes and mounting recalls.
April 3- Federal authorities have opened a criminal investigation into a $400 million fraud involving Citigroup's Mexican unit, according to a person familiar with the matter.
April 3- Federal authorities have opened an investigation into a $400 million fraud involving Citigroup's Mexican unit, the New York Times reported, citing people briefed on the matter.
NEW YORK, April 2- Blythe Masters, one of Wall Street's most powerful women, is leaving JPMorgan Chase& Co. after a 27- year career that began with an internship in London and concludes with the sale of the multibillion-dollar commodities business she built.
BEIJING, March 31- China's Foreign Ministry on Monday it welcomed comments by the U.S. defence chief saying the United States would exercise restraint in using the military in cyberspace, but added Beijing hoped Washington would match its words with actual policy.
SHENZHEN, March 31- China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd "maintained calm" and operated "business as usual" after media reports saying the U.S. accessed servers at the telecom giant's Shenzhen headquarters, acting Chief Executive Eric Xu said on Monday.
SINGAPORE, March 28- Twenty-one of the world's top-25 news organisations have been the target of likely state-sponsored hacking attacks, according to research by two Google security engineers.
March 26- The New York Times Co has introduced two new digital paid apps as it expands its subscription offerings to entice new readers to pay for its products. NYT Now will offer a selection of stories from the New York Times, as well as from other sources across the Internet, for $8 every four weeks.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Customers of Amazon.com Inc and other e-book retailers on Tuesday began receiving notices of their shares of a $166 million settlement with five of the biggest book publishers, all accused of conspiring with Apple Inc to raise e-book prices.