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Microsoft

Microsoft sells over $10 billion in bonds

Feb 10, 2015
It now has a pile of cash for things like stock buybacks or to pay off other debt.
Posted In: Microsoft, debt, investors, bonds
Home Depot

Home Depot goes on a temp-worker hiring spree

Feb 10, 2015
The DIY store says it will hire 80,000 temporary workers for its spring retail season.
Posted In: Home Depot, hiring, seasonal hiring

Dr Pepper’s stock is up. Coke and Pepsi, not so much.

Feb 10, 2015
Why the behemoths of the soda business are lagging behind the upstart.
Posted In: soda, Pepsi, Coke

Wallpaper makes a comeback

Feb 10, 2015
A story of “what’s old is new again.”
Posted In: wallpaper, decoration, home decor
Jon Stewart

What Jon Stewart's departure means for Viacom

Feb 9, 2015
His announcement comes at time when ratings are sliding at the network.
Posted In: Jon Stewart, viacom, Comedy Central

Changing fortunes of nightly news shows

Feb 9, 2015
The Brian Williams controversy shines a spotlight on the problems of network news.
Posted In: Brian Williams, Nightly News, Iraq, broadcast news
A protester dressed as a Goldman Sachs executive outside of the company's San Francisco headquarters, 2012.

Goldman Sachs' reputation sinks even lower

Feb 6, 2015
Goldman comes in dead last in an annual poll ranking 100 most visible companies.
Posted In: Goldman Sachs, poll, AIG

Plucky pitch that made Ed Burns take off in Hollywood

Feb 6, 2015
A rough cut, Robert Redford and a production assistant with moxie.
Posted In: Ed Burns, McMullen, sundance

My Money Story: What happens when you cheat

Feb 6, 2015
Former HealthSouth CEO shares why he confessed to his role in accounting scandal.
Posted In: fraud, healthsouth, accounting, prison, Financial scandals
Composer Alexandre Desplat.

2 nods, 1 category: Alexandre Desplat on scoring big

Feb 6, 2015
The composer on collaboration, the joys of his job and not worrying about Oscar.
Posted In: Entertainment, Music, Oscars

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