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ET There's nothing like buying the Washington Post with pocket change to get the media interested in the rest of your empire. That's been the fate of Jeff Bezos and Amazon since last summer. He and his company have been subjected to unprecedented
ET The Federal Communications Commission on Friday asked Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. to amend or withdraw its plans to use so-called sidecar companies as part of its acquisition of Allbritton Communications Co.'s television stations, an unusual
A plurality of MarketWatch readers think the Fed will taper in March ...Factory weekly hours worked rose 0.2% to 41 hours -- the best-ever level -- and overtime rose to 3.5 hours. He says the manufacturing renaissance "has moved from a forecast to a
Amazon got a lot of ink for its sci-fi drone delivery idea this week, but a more real and immediate robot effort underway in the Seattle retailer's warehouses could save it as much as $916 million a year, according to one analyst. Amazon's rollout of
Otherwise, it is to be noted that buying "right," whether a breakout or a pullback, is not just a function of the technical price pattern and volume. It is also dependent upon the wherewithal of the general market. What this means is that a stock can
ET Edison Mission Energy's bondholders are hiring a team led by TXU Corp.'s former chief executive to help them navigate a coming legal battle in Edison Mission's bankruptcy...Bankruptcy Court in Chicago, on Thursday authorized Edison Mission to pay
The escort service submitted four years of tax returns till 2010 to the Gulf Settlement Program in support of a claim for lost income, BP said...The claimant also provided accounting statements that were missing the dates on which they were created...
ET The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating Barnes & Noble Inc.'s accounting, including its recent decision to restate earnings for fiscal 2011 and fiscal 2012, the book chain said in an SEC filing. The SEC is also looking into a
The Company is cooperating with the SEC, including responding to requests for documents.
The company named Christian Lee as senior vice president, mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Lee succeeds Satish Adige, who is retiring from TWC after 28 years. The change comes as COO Rob Marcus, once himself Time Warner's top merger executive, becomes