Julia Sun

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Stratasys Seals Deal with Cloud 3D Design Platform GrabCAD, Sales Soar

Stratasys Seals Deal with Cloud 3D Design Platform GrabCAD, Sales Soar

3D printer maker Stratasys announced it closed the acquisition of GrabCAD, a leading cloud-based platform for 3D CAD users that provides tools for 3D design collaboration.

Level 3 Communications Profit Strong After Amending Accounting Mistakes

Level 3 Communications Profit Strong After Amending Accounting Mistakes

Multinational telecommunication and internet service provider, Level 3 Communications, reported third-quarter net income of $85 million on Wednesday.

Ireland's Jobless Rate Hits 5-1/2 Year Low as Citizens Emigrate Away

Ireland's Jobless Rate Hits 5-1/2 Year Low as Citizens Emigrate Away

Ireland's unemployment rate has fallen to a 5-1/2 year low of 11%, reflecting the country's steady rebound from a debt crisis and international bailout.

Orbital Sciences to Pull Engines Failed in Rocket Launch

Orbital Sciences to Pull Engines Failed in Rocket Launch

Orbital Sciences checks engines after the unmanned Antares commercial supply rocket bound for the International Space Station exploded last week.

Oil and Natural Gas Productions Boost Chesapeake Energy's Bottom Line

Oil and Natural Gas Productions Boost Chesapeake Energy's Bottom Line

Chesapeake Energy, the second largest U.S. producer of natural gas, reported a profit of 38 cents per share on Wednesday, better than expected.

Raytheon Buys Blackbird Technologies to Ramp Up Defense Contracts

Raytheon Buys Blackbird Technologies to Ramp Up Defense Contracts

Raytheon announced Wednesday that it bought privately held cyber security company Blackbird Technologies for about $420 million.

Private Employers Hire the Most in Four Months, Cut Fewer Jobs

Private Employers Hire the Most in Four Months, Cut Fewer Jobs

Employers in the U.S. added 230,000 jobs in October, the most in four months and a sign that businesses are still willing to hire despite signs of slowing growth overseas.

Eurozone Likely to Sink Back into Recession than Rebound

Eurozone Likely to Sink Back into Recession than Rebound

Further evidence has emerged to suggest the 18-country eurozone is more likely to sink back into recession than rebound strongly.

Berkeley Voters Passed Soda Tax, San Francisco Voters Didn't

Berkeley Voters Passed Soda Tax, San Francisco Voters Didn't

Berkeley voters became the first in the country to approve taxing sodas to curb drinking.

'Destiny' Lifts Activision, Next Bet 'Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare'

'Destiny' Lifts Activision, Next Bet 'Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare'

Activision Blizzard, the publisher of popular video games Destiny and Warcraft, seems to be getting the fun back.