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Undervalued Coal Miner Could Have 30% Upside

Sat, 19 Apr 2014 03:24:58 EDT
A good stock in a dirty business, Wyoming-based Cloud Peak Energy is outperforming its peers.

Macy's Insiders Sell $6.1 Million in Stock

Thu, 17 Apr 2014 16:17:16 EDT
As the retail giant's stock reached a new high, insiders sold 102,000 shares. US Business

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Shale-Boom Winners: Small Is Beautiful

Sun, 20 Apr 2014 21:42:29 EDT
A new breed of energy company is a hit with investors using a mantra long scorned in the oil-and-gas business: Small is beautiful.

Tech Giants Discussed Hiring, Say Documents

Sun, 20 Apr 2014 21:37:50 EDT
New details on class action against Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe show how Facebook rejected the alleged hiring circle.

Apple, Google Vie for Exclusive Game Apps

Sun, 20 Apr 2014 20:53:49 EDT
The battle between Apple and Google for mobile dominance is spreading to the most lucrative genre of apps: videogames. They are offering top titles a promotional boost if the games arrive first in their respective app stores.

International Business Times

Easter 2014 Sales: 14 Deals And Discounts For The Easter Weekend

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Here are 14 sales, deals and coupons this weekend offered by retailers in honor of the Easter holiday.  Reuters

Wal-Mart's Organic Push With Wild Oats Foods Inspires Praise, But Raises Questions

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The announcement by Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE:WMT) that it will begin to carry a line of organic food products sent ripples through the food and grocery industries, as the decision by the nation’s largest retailer pointed to the growing influence of health-savvy consumers. But many observers expressed a healthy dose of skepticism when the news emerged, as experts and laypeople wondered just what organic means to the world's biggest retailer.

International Business Times

Michael Lewis' "Flash Boys" Exposes Shady World Of Dark Pools; Some Funds Have Already Pulled Out

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One of the most secretive and fast-growing practices on Wall Street -- the use of dark pools -- is about to be thrust from the shadows into the harsh light of day by author Michael Lewis in his much-anticipated new book, “Flash Boys,” a copy of which was obtained by the International Business Times prior to publication.

International Business Times

Ukrainian & Russian Grain Markets Rare Points Of Stability Amid Ongoing Crisis

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As the crisis between Ukraine and Russia drags on with no resolution in sight, both nations’ grain sectors seem to be weathering the storm without major disruptions. Corn and wheat prices rose in both countries in the beginning of March as observers around the world predicted that uncertainty in Ukraine would disrupt Black Sea shipping and forecast greatly diminished crops of corn and wheat, of which both Ukraine and Russia are leading producers. These projections contributed to a spike in global grain prices.

JPMorgan To Sell $3.3 Billion Commodities Business to $100 Billion Giant Swiss Traders Mercuria

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Banking powerhouse JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) has agreed to sell its commodities business to giant Swiss commodities house Mercuria Energy Group Ltd., reports the Wall Street Journal.

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