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The action on Tuesday provided some hints that problems are brewing.
Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Microsoft agree code of conduct with the European Commission.
Investors should cast their eye to a horizon of rising rates and adjust strategy accordingly, fund managers warn, pointing to sectors set to benefit from a strengthening economy.
U.S. stocks moved higher Tuesday after Russian President Vladimir Putin said there will be no further moves into Ukraine after annexing Crimea. Weaker-than-expected housing data is not expected to see the Federal Reserve vary from its course of cutting bond purchases this week.
Nadella's calming demeanor contrasts sharply with the emotional approach of predecessor Ballmer; experts say the shift may be needed for a mature company transitioning into new businesses.
Consolidation among big media names will make recent travel industry deals look like basic debit card transactions.
Stocks reversed gains on the Federal Reserve's stimulus announcement as Ben Bernanke spoke to the press.
Baidu, the Chinese Internet search engine, officially has been taken off the U.S. government's list of 'notorious markets.'
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathway adds another board member from among the corporations in its marquee investment portfolio -- the chief operating officer of Comcast.
A VeriSign exec discusses its Microsoft deal, the troubles in the security business, and privacy on the Net.