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Twitter CEO’s credibility at risk after disappointing results

29 Apr 2015 /  Sarah Frier, Bloomberg  
Dick Costolo failed to foresee a slowdown that forced the social-media company to miss analysts’ Q1 revenue estimates.

China is set to lose manufacturing crown

29 Apr 2015 /  Michael Heath, Bloomberg   3
SE Asia is the new China.

Apple’s newest iPhones fuel second-quarter sales, profit

28 Apr 2015 /  Tim Higgins, Bloomberg  
'The progress we’ve made in China has been remarkable and we continue to make incredible investments in China'.

Pfizer lowers 2015 forecast as dollar’s strength cuts into sales

28 Apr 2015 /  Cynthia Koons, Bloomberg  
The reduced forecast overshadowed first-quarter results that surpassed analysts’ estimates.

Tencent challenges Google, Alibaba with own smartphone software

28 Apr 2015 /  Bloomberg News  
As it tries to win more of the 557 million Chinese accessing the Internet through mobile devices.

Apple adds yet another title: Largest dividend payer in S&P 500

28 Apr 2015 /  Joseph Ciolli, Bloomberg  
The company raised its dividend by 10.6% to $2.08.

Private equity has arrived, and left its women behind

27 Apr 2015 /  Madeline McMahon and Devin Banerjee, Bloomberg  
“Being a first-class citizen at a big firm as a woman is a huge challenge”

Four big global issues putting pressure on Silicon Valley

27 Apr 2015 /  Dina Bass, Bloomberg  
Currency fluctuations, taxes, antitrust probes, and Vladimir Putin are among the major obstacles.

Eight million people may be affected by Nepal earthquake, says UN

27 Apr 2015 /  Gopal Sharma, Rupam Jain Nair and Ross Adkin, Reuters  
Death toll passes 3,700 two days after quake.

Just the idea of inflation is spooking bond traders again

27 Apr 2015 /  Liz McCormick and Daniel Kruger, Bloomberg  
Is their nemesis about to return?

ECB seen going all the way on QE as economists doubt taper

27 Apr 2015 /  Paul Gordon and Andre Tartar, Bloomberg  
The European Central Bank won’t end its asset-buying program early, though it might do so abruptly.

China’s unemployment rate eased at end Q1

24 Apr 2015 /  Kevin Yao, Reuters  
Government aims to create at least 10 million new jobs in 2015.

Nasdaq tops record as U.S. stocks shrug off mixed earnings, data

24 Apr 2015 /  Jeremy Herron, Bloomberg  
The Nasdaq Composite climbed to the highest level in 15 years, topping its dot-com-era high, as U.S. stocks shrugged off mixed earnings and disappointing manufacturing data from across the globe. Oil rose to a four-month high. The Nasdaq Composite climbed 0.4 percent to close at a record for the first time in 15 years. The

Merkel: must prevent Greece running out of cash before deal

23 Apr 2015 /  Paul Taylor, Reuters  
Merkel wants to keep Greece in euro zone, avoid default - EU aide.

New Barclays chairman signals plan to accelerate change

23 Apr 2015 /  Steve Slater and Matt Scuffham, Reuters  
Says Barclays still a 'recovery proposition' for investors.

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