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Apple Inc., the world’s most valuable company, plans to discuss its $100 billion in cash and investments in a conference call and is likely to announce a dividend. The move comes as investors have hollered for the company to return some of the money to shareholders.

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The Magazine was once among the most targeted advertising and marketing platforms for a business but with more readers getting their dose of great content online, that platform has now shifted to online business magazines. There is nothing quite like a vertical / industry based online business magazine to promote your brand or business among the right audiences.

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Well, it has been learned that Apple Inc.’s iPad 3 tablet computers go on sale Friday, they won’t be equipped with Sharp Corp.’s liquid crystal display panels because of a delay in the Japanese electronics maker’s delivery. Samsung Electronics Co. will supply the screen for Apple iPad 3 after LG Display Co. and Sharp Corp. didn’t meet the U.S. company’s quality requirements.

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After about 244 years, the Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc., a company based in Chicago, is departing from print. Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc. said that it will stop publishing print editions of its flagship encyclopedia for the first time ever since the sets were originally published in 1768, more than 200 years ago.

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There are a lot of effective strategies for magazine advertising. But it is important to know the aspects of online magazine advertising. Online business magazines are not like print magazines where the reader flicks through pages leisurely, looking at content, photos and ads.

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U.S. plans to file a complaint at the World Trade Organization over Chinese limits on exports of rare earths used in high-tech products, deepening a trade dispute between the world’s two largest economies. It seems rash and unfair for the U.S. to file a complaint against China before the WTO, which may hurt economic relations between the world’s largest and second-largest economies. This makes it obvious that China won’t hesitate to defend its legal rights in trade disputes.

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Angry Birds is going to be literally out of this world. The Angry Birds have their work cut out of them. They have not only been destroying those poor little pigs on a valentine’s day and every other major holiday, but now they are being launched in the outer space too. Well, seems like the green pigs across the cosmos need to start looking for places to hide.

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Job gains have been the long discussed thing every since the progress on eurozone debt crisis is slowing improving and the world’s economy is gaining grip. There is a wave of jobs being generated in industries, and unemployment seems to go down.

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Online marketing is the most affordable marketing technique for businesses. An important factor to successful online marketing is to know who your target customer is and how to reach them. Technology is evolving and so are the tactics of reaching the targeted customers through online marketing.

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American International Group (AIG) is in quest for raising about $6 billion to repay a federal government bail-out. AIG will sell part of its stake in Asia subsidiary AIA Group in a long-awaited move to be able to repay the federal government bail-out.

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The mighty Cullinan Diamond weighed 3106 carats and was of exceptional purity. The Cullinan Diamond is the World’s Most Expensive and largest rough gem-quality diamond ever found. It is still to this day three times larger than any other gem diamond discovered.

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The rate at which Americans have been buying cars is faster than they have done in four years. The main reason that the analysts are suspecting for the sale jump is the decline in unemployment and improvement in consumer confidence even as gasoline prices topped $4 a gallon in parts of the country.

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After nearly a decade, Minnesota Vikings has finally come this far in their quest for a new stadium. Governer Mark Dayton and Vikings owners Mark and Zygi Wilf revealed plans for a new, $975 million stadium that would be built nearly on top of the Metrodome site in downtown Minneapolis.

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In spite of all the controversies that Google has faced regarding its new Privacy Policy, Google will formally be implementing its new privacy policy that will enable the Internet giant to build more complete profiles of you when you interact with Google anywhere on the web

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The recovery of U.S. from the brutal recession has been uneven and modest, and has been hampered by a depressed housing market, tight credit for borrowers, budget-leashed governments and uncertainties in resolving the eurozone debt crisis. The job market is far from normal. Continued improvement is likely to require stronger growth in final demand and production.

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After months of deeply rough and sore scrutiny, James Murdoch, the executive chairman of News International, resigned as head of his father’s scandal-ridden newspaper properties in Britain Wednesday. Apparently, this will allow him to concentrate on expanding the international TV businesses of the parent company News Corporation, Rupert Murdoch’s global media conglomerate.

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The safety regulators said the U.S. rule that may require all cars and light trucks sold in the country to have rear-view cameras won’t be issued by deadline dated Feb. 29, 2012 and may be delayed until after presidential election in November. The government and safety regulators have taken a wise decision on mandating rearview cameras in all passenger vehicles.

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Longmont-based Abound Solar, a leading manufacturer of thin-film cadmium telluride photovoltaic modules, is laying off nearly 280 workers and setting back a new factory in Indiana. The layoff constitutes to 70 percent of the workers at the company’s production facility along the Interstate 25 Frontage Road near Firestone.

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The federal regulators warned Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Wells Fargo & Co., the biggest U.S. home lender, of facing civil assertions attached to sales of mortgage-backed securities. The companies have been told that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission may take legal action against them in civil court over allegedly careless revelations of the risks of subprime mortgage bonds united to the financial crisis.

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Allstate’s marketing chief, Mark LaNeve, the former General Motors Corp. sales executive has left the company for personal reasons, in a management shuffle at the giant insurer, effective immediately.

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TransCanada said it would initiate building a segment from the storage hub of Cushing, Okla., to Gulf Coast refineries in Texas, referring the need to ease an ongoing supply surplus at Cushing. TransCanada Corp would do it by providing an outlet for the Canadian crude oil to get to the Gulf.

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