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All eyes are on the Fed, as investors await the Federal Open Market Committee's Wednesday announcement on interest rates. Many analysts anticipate a fed funds rate cut of 25 basis points.
The biggest U.S. supplier of postage meters and mailing machines said its quarterly earnings from continuing operations doubled on an 8% rise in revenue.
2006 is looking a whole lot "greener" for the U.S. Postal Service. A postage service overhaul bill passed through the U.S. Senate over the weekend. It's expected to save billions in retirement expenses--and keep the cost of postage from rising. President Bush still has to sign it. So how do businesses in the industry--feel about it?
Today--Intel (along with Wal-Mart, Applied Materials, B-P America and Pitney Bowes) announced a major healthcare initiative called Dossia. It’s a new way for millions of employees to better manage their personal health records and their healthcare. In a “First on CNBC” – Intel Chairman Craig Barrett discussed why he’s so enthusiastic about this new plan...