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  • Apple expected to get cold shoulder from investors at shareholder's meeting
    Apple expected to get cold shoulder from investors at shareholder's meeting

    Despite the increasing popularity of the iPhone and iPad over the past few years, some business experts say that this will mean little at this year' annual shareholder's meeting. Because despite ...

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  • Could Office Deport and OfficeMax merger break antitrust laws?
    Could Office Deport and OfficeMax merger break antitrust laws?

    Two hours before the announcement was even supposed to take place, the webcast provider for Office Depot accidently broadcasted a press release on the company's main page stating that final ...

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  • Dell Inc plans to go private, investors say they don't support it
    Dell Inc plans to go private, investors say they don't support it

    A surprising move this month by business leaders at Dell Inc. this month have investors a little on edge after the computer maker announced that it had accepted a bid from Dell's founder and chief ...

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  • Investors sue BP for billions in securities fraud case
    Investors sue BP for billions in securities fraud case

    April 20, 2010 is a date that is seared into the minds of nearly everyone in Texas, as well as a majority of residents in the coastal states in the Gulf of Mexico. It was on this day that a wellhead ...

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