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  1. Citigroup, MasterCard Align For A Mobile Pay EdgeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Investor's Business Daily

    As part of the deal, the bank will align most of its proprietary consumer credit and debit portfolios to the MasterCard network in 2015. Citigroup also issues cards with "Citi's new global agreement with MasterCard harnesses the size and strength of Citi's card franchise, creating a path with MasterCard to influence the future of payments - from global acceptance to the creation of enhanced digital payment capabilities," Jud Linville, CEO of Citi Cards, said Wednesday.

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  2. Attorney general's wealth jumps in marriage to fellow lawyerRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Washington Times

    Attorney General Kamala Harris has investments worth as much as $1 million after her marriage last summer to Douglas Emhoff, who owns stock in dozens of companies in industries the attorney general oversees, such as technology and communications interests, according to a filing released Tuesday. Harris is a career prosecutor with a $154,150 state salary who had no reportable investments or income to disclose when she filed her annual conflict-of-interest statement a year ago.

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  3. As Altria Keeps Rising, So Does The Temptation To SellRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    Altria is on a tremendous rally over the past several years. This has created huge gains on paper for its investors.

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  4. Wheeler: We'll Enforce Title II 'Case-By-Case'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Light Reading

    Mobile World Congress -- Ever since the FCC decided to reclassify US broadband service as a Title II telecom service over both fixed broadband lines and mobile networks, the question that both supporters and dissenters have been asking is, how will this historic move be carried out? Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler used his keynote address, an interview with GSM Association Director General Anne Bouverot, to defend the Commission's controversial decision. Asked how it would play out in different scenarios, Wheeler said it would be on a case-by-case basis guided not by a regulatory structure, but by a "referee with a yard stick."

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  5. Treasury Bonds Fall on Corporate SupplyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Learn Bonds

    Treasury bonds sold-off for a second day Tuesday, pushing the 10-year yield to the highest level in over a week, after a flurry of corporate bond sales attracted interest from yield hungry investors. The move comes ahead of this weeks crucial payrolls report, due Friday, which is forecast to show an increase of more than 200,000 jobs in February.

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  6. Actavis Cuts Cost on $21 Billion Bond Deal With Buyers SwarmingRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Washington Post

    The drugmaker, which is wrapping up a $21 billion bond sale that will be the second-biggest ever, shaved about $10 million in annual interest costs from the biggest piece of the deal after receiving investor orders that were more than four times the offering size. The sale, eclipsed only by Verizon Communications Inc.'s record $49 billion offering in 2013, will help fund Actavis's acquisition of Botox-maker Allergan Inc. "There is a lot of money chasing less and less yield," Julianne Bass, a San Antonio-based money manager at USAA Investment Management Inc., which oversees about $50 billion, said in a telephone interview.

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  7. Medina Capital leads $35M investment in New York startupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Business Journal

    ... Jump Capital and Signal Peak Ventures. The fund is managed by several former members of Medina's team at Terremark Worldwide, the company he founded and later sold to Verizon for $1.4 billion. Medina Capital has invested in six other companies, ...

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  8. Booker powers up with $35 million investmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Business Journal

    Spas, salons and other local service businesses are quickly going digital, but there's still plenty of pens, papers and local hard drives involved in that world's day-to-day customer experience. Medina Capital thinks Financial District-based Booker is the software company best prepared to drive - and profit from - that transition and has led a $35 million Series C investment round into the five-year-old startup.

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  9. AT&T To Face Disruption From Google's Entry Into WirelessRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Seeking Alpha

    T, while not facing a head-on assault, will face a well-financed disruptor that will likely steer traffic to lower-cost service alternatives. On February 2, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Google announced that it would become an MVNO .

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  10. Report: Internet ServicesRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | MacInTouch

    Verizon Communications will sell wireline assets to Frontier Communications for $10.54 billion in cash and cell phone towers worth over $5 billion to American Tower, the company said on [Feb. 5]. Frontier will acquire Verizon's local wireline operations in California, Florida and Texas, including 3.7 million voice connections, 1.2 million FiOS video connections and 2.2 million broadband connections, Verizon said.

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  11. Net neutrality: Telecom firms prepare to unleash the lawyersRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | Los Angeles Times

    Net neutrality. Now that the Federal Communications Commission has approved new rules for online content and privacy, phone and cable companies have wasted no time releasing the kraken.

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  12. Dow Movers: AXP, KORead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Forbes.com

    Our mission at Market News Video is to produce and distribute quality online videos about the stock markets and publicly traded companies. We achieve our mission by delivering videos to visitors to our MarketNewsVideo.com website and through our distribution partners.

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  13. FCC Vote on Net Neutrality is Great News for Netflix IncRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Insider Monkey

    The internet will be rechristened as a utility by the FCC today. In her appearance on CNBC 's Tech Bet, Senior Editor Maggie Reardon expressed that including Netflix, Inc. , the FCC's step should prove beneficial for everyone.

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  14. DJIA Futures Pointing to Friday DeclineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Money Morning

    The only "buy and hold" system that beats even today's volatile markets. Pro trader Keith Fitz-Gerald runs this hyper-selective service that only buys stocks that are going up - without fail since 2000.

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  15. Global STaaS Industry: Market Players Targeting Cloud-based Storage...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | PRWeb

    Marketresearchreports.biz has added a new research report on the "Global STaaS Market 2015-2019" to its collection. Explore All ICT Market Research Reports at According to the market study titled, "Global STaaS Market 2015-2019", the STaaS industry is likely to develop at an exceptional compound annual growth rate of 37.96% from the year 2014 to 2019.

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  16. DJIA Today Falls 10 Points as Oil Prices Weigh on Energy SectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Money Morning

    The only "buy and hold" system that beats even today's volatile markets. Pro trader Keith Fitz-Gerald runs this hyper-selective service that only buys stocks that are going up - without fail since 2000.

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  17. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: 'The Internet Must Remain Open'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Benzinga

    On Thursday afternoon, the Federal Communications Commission ruled that "Internet companies must act in 'public interest' when providing mobile connection," according to the AP. The FCC voted in favor of so-called net neutrality rules, by a 3-2 vote .

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  18. NYC businesses react to FCC's net neutrality move - with one statement in Morse codeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Business Journal

    Verizon Communications wasn't happy with Thursday's decision by the Federal Communications Commission to increase government oversight over the Internet, but most Americans would have a hard time deciphering what the communications company had to say. That's because Verizon issued its news release in Morse code , making the point that it believed the FCC was imposing "1930s rules on the Internet."

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  19. Internet Regulation Vote Unlikely To End Net Neutrality FightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Benzinga

    Update: The FCC voted 3-2 Thursday that Internet companies must act in "public interest," a ruling in favor of net neutrality. Months of fighting between politicians, lobbyists, service providers and internet startups is all about to come to a head as the Federal Communications Commission prepares to vote on Chariman Tom Wheeler's net neutrality rules.

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  20. For Netflix, One Net Neutrality Issue Remains UnclearRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | WRKO-AM Brighton

    The least settled issue in the government's new net neutrality rules is how much carriers like Verizon Communications can charge companies like Netflix to connect with their networks.

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