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The S&P is at a new high, but it has been there all year, once you factor in dividend gains of roughly 2.2 percent.
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Marissa Mayer tried to hit all the upbeat notes during a shareholders meeting as the company considers selling its slumping internet operations.
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As online viewers grow up, they're looking for digital shows that suit their needs. And this is also changing advertising as we know it.