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  • How Bill Gross' wrong call on bonds has cost his Pimco investors

     
    Bond market guru Bill Gross is telling his investors what many of them already know: He made the wrong call on U.S. Treasury bond interest rates this year, and that has cost him dearly in his renowned Pimco Total Return......
  • AOL in talks with Yahoo about possible merger, report says

     
    AOL Inc. is discussing a possible deal with Yahoo Inc. to combine the two companies following the ouster of former Yahoo Chief Executive Carol Bartz, a report says. Tim Armstrong, AOL's chief executive, is talking to Yahoo advisors from private......
  • What, Obama worry? New York House district elects first Republican since 1920

     
    Bob Turner defeats David Weprin in New York 9 in a referendum on Barack Obama....
  • HP investors seem to like idea of Apotheker's ouster; stock up 8%

     
    Hewlett-Packard Co. is enjoying its biggest stock surge in more than a month as news emerged that the company's board may consider ousting Chief Executive Leo Apotheker. The stock shot up 8% on Wednesday to $24.28, the largest one-day rise......
  • Alibaba's Jack Ma says he's 'very interested' in buying Yahoo

     
    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is "very interested" in buying Yahoo, its chairman said during an event at Stanford University on Friday. Jack Ma said he has had discussions with Yahoo and other potential buyers. He did not identify the buyers.......
  • U.S. economy expected to show gain of 55,000 jobs last month

     
    The bar seems low for the government’s report Friday on September employment. But after August’s disappointing report, is it low enough? The U.S. economy created a net 55,000 new jobs last month, according to the average estimate of economists...
  • Apple vs. Samsung suit: Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales in Australia halted

     
    Samsung is reportedly halting sales of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet until a patent dispute with Apple over phone and tablet technology is resolved, by way of settlement or court order. Apple has argued in court filings that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 infringes...
  • Bloomberg files complaint against Comcast at FCC

     
    Business media conglomerate Bloomberg LP accused Comcast of violating the conditions the federal government put on the cable giant in return for approving its merger with NBCUniversal. In a complaint filed at the Federal Communications Commission on...
  • Hulu rehearses its sales pitch: more video; more subscribers

     
    Now that Hulu is on the auction block, its media company owners are making sure the popular online video website gets plenty of exposure. On Wednesday, at investment bank Allen & Co.'s annual gathering of media and tech moguls in......
  • Muni bond yields inch up as market rally stalls

     
    The municipal bond market’s recent rally has run out of steam this week, as some potential buyers apparently don’t see current tax-free yields as high enough to compensate for the risks. The annualized tax-free yield on the Bond Buyer newspaper’s......
  • EGYPT: Chinese, Russian officials question U.N. secretary-general's remarks

     
    Russia and China, nations that could veto U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s bid for a second term in office, have joined Egypt in criticizing his statements calling for President Hosni Mubarak to step down now. China’s Ambassador Li Baodong said...