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The beleagured software company gets a $50 million loan and sells off a couple of subidiaries.
The ratio went above 1.0 for the first time in more than a year.
The Big Island of Hawaii is a land of contrasts, from fine white-sand beaches to jagged black lava rocks.
Socially responsible investing is hitting the mainstream, but it still draws criticism.
Vacation homes are increasingly featuring extravagant extras like spas and in-home theaters.
Though it has a finger in every digital pie, home connectivity continues to elude the software titan.
A huge untapped pool for customers should keep margin pressure at bay -- for now.
The software maker and the search company reach an agreement over ex-Microsoft employee Kai-fu Lee.
Second-quarter guidance is similarly uninspiring.