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What a ‘Jupiter Ascending’ Delay Means for Warner Brothers, the Wachowskis, and Channing Tatum

The delay of the Wachowskis' next film, 'Jupiter Ascending,' has created a lot of buzz in Hollywood as it was just weeks from its original release date. The delay means different things to all of the film's major players including the directors, its distributor, and its star.


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NextEra and EQT Partner for New Natural Gas Pipeline

The proposed line will connect Marcellus and Utica shales to Southeast markets.


Is Money Making Apple Stupid?

Hiring 1,000 advertising executives to improve the brand smells like needless excess.


Was Intel Corporation’s Atom Z3480 a Failure?

An analysis of the ultimate fate of Intel's Z3480 intended to be its champion in high end smartphones.


Was Apple’s Inc. Beats Deal A Bad Investment?

Examining whether Apple’s Beats buyout might have actually been a Beats bailout instead.

lululemon athletica's Founder Makes Sense for Once

Lululemon's founder Chip Wilson had some harsh words for the company's board -- but in this case, he's right.


The GM of General Electric's Bently Nevada Discusses Recent Advancements

In part one of this four-part interview, we talked to Art Eunson, General Manager of GE's Bently Nevada Product Line, about what the division has accomplished since being acquired in 2002.


Dow Chemical's Business President of Energy & Water Solutions on its Key Focus Areas

In part two of this three-part interview, we talked to Larry Ryan, business president of Dow Energy and Water Solutions, about the company's place in both the upstream and downstream plays in the oil industry.


Can Microsoft Find Success With the Smart Watch?

Microsoft is reportedly looking to jump into the smart watch market. Will Apple and Samsung allow it to gain a significant market share?


Halliburton's COO Dives Into Its Offshore Energy Future

In part three of this five-part interview, we talked to Halliburton COO and Executive VP Jeff Miller about deep-water drilling.

Alcoa Inc. Moving Down the Cost Curve

Alcoa further rationalizes its upstream business and remains committed to transforming the company.


Why Restoration Hardware Holdings Inc. Surged Today

Is Restoration Hardware's stock surge meaningful or just another movement?


Why NQ Mobile, Pandora, and Cisco are Moving on Thursday

Shares of NQ Mobile, Pandora, and Cisco were among the most active tech stocks on Thursday.


Twitter Drops Its COO: What Investors Need to Know

Ali Rowghani is no longer the COO of Twitter, and the company has no plans of filling the position.


Libya Oil Export Cut Could Benefit Brent Crude Producers

Libya's oil exports have been dropping for a while, and may soon dry up entirely. Find out which Brent Crude producers are best positioned to cash in on this shortfall.

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Rising Fuel Prices Help Push Import Prices Up 0.1%

Export prices also up 0.1%.


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Business Sales and Inventories Soar for April

Strong demand and supply mark April's report.


2015 Will Mark the Start of Good Times for Duke Energy

Duke is planning to exit the competitive Midwest market to secure future earnings.


Boeing Signs 5 Japanese Companies to Make 777X Parts

Contract doesn't include making the wings.


As Gold Prices Fall, Will This Miner Survive?

Can this high-cost gold miner turn the corner?