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Amazon.com Shares Starting to Look Like Apple In 2012

Amazon.com got hit by a rare downgrade on Wednesday, and the shares reacted as shares will in a jittery market: They...
Read more Feb 12 2014, 10:28pm CST
 

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Apple CEO Tim Cook receives praise for iOS vision

Source: AppleTell

In a note to investors, UBS analyst Steven Milunovich praised Apple CEO Tim Cook for thinking “big”—something that bodes well for Apple’s future. He referenced comments the CEO made during Apple’s most recent earnings call, in which he stated the company has “a very large vision of what iOS can be.” In this call, Cook claimed he envisioned [easyazon-link… Continue reading Apple CEO Tim Cook receives praise for iOS vision Rela ...
Full article at: AppleTell 1 day ago, 5:40am CDT
 

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UBS praises Apple CEO Tim Cook for thinking 'big,' pushing for iOS to become ubiquitous

Source: Apple Insider

Investment firm UBS heaped praise upon Apple on Wednesday, advising Wall Street to buy in on the strength of Chief Executive Tim Cook and his strategy to push the iOS platform "everywhere ...
Full article at: Apple Insider 1 day ago, 1:07pm CDT
 

7 Reasons Why Life Is Better In Switzerland Than America

Source: The Business Insider

Editor's note: This post originally appeared on Quora in answer to the question, "Which is a better place to live: Switzerland or USA?" Manish Rai Jain, who previously worked at Google and Quora, allowed us to republish his answer. He's currently working on his own startup, Snapknock. I lived in Switzerland for two years and then moved to the US. Life in general in Switzerland is IMO, b ...
Full article at: The Business Insider 1 day ago, 12:34pm CDT
 

More banks snagged in 'dark pools' probe

Source: Fortune

UBS is the latest major bank to get sucked into a U.S. probe over 'dark pool' trading venues ...
Full article at: Fortune 2 days ago, 7:56am CDT
 

Deutsche Bank, UBS in Dark-Pools Probe

Source: WSJ.com: Europe Home

UBS and Deutsche Bank have been sucked into a widening investigation into alternative trading platforms, with both banks saying that they're helping authoritie ...
Full article at: WSJ.com: Europe Home 2 days ago, 7:44am CDT
 

What’s happening in Wilton?

Source: WiltonBulletin.com

Here’s what’s happening in town today, July 29: • Books for Babies at Wilton Library from 10:15 to 10:45. • Wonderful One and Twos at Wilton Library from 11 to 11:30. • UBS Lunch and Presentation at the Wilton Senior Center at noon. • Advanced Tinkering Workshop for Teens at Wilton Library from 3 to 5. • Scavenger Hunt for Teens at Wilton Library from 7 to 9:30 p.m. • Board of Finance special meeting at 7:30, town hall Room B. For more things ...
Full article at: WiltonBulletin.com 3 days ago, 6:00am CDT
 

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Judges get first taste of 120 wines submitted for BT Wine Challenge

Source: Asia One

SINGAPORE - Wine-tasting season is open.The panel of judges in the first leg of this year's The Business Times Wine Challenge, held in partnership with UBS, have their work cut out for them, with this year's crop of wines "at least 60 per cent better" than last year's, chief judge Lim Hwee Peng has said.The job of the panel for this second edition of the Wine Challenge is to whittle down t ...
Full article at: Asia One 3 days ago, 4:51am CDT
 

Lloyds bank to pay $400 million to settle with US, British regulators over market rigging

Source: Canadian Business Online

LONDON – Lloyds Banking Group says it will pay 218 million pounds ($400 million) to U.S. and British authorities to settle allegations it manipulated benchmark interest rates. The group said Monday it has settled with British and U.S. authorities over the rigging of the London Interbank Offered Rate or LIBOR, the latest financial institution to do so. The settlement also dealt with the manipulation of re-purchase agreem ...
Full article at: Canadian Business Online 3 days ago, 8:44am CDT
 

CES 2007 Highlights Day 3

CES 2007 Highlights Day 3
Today is the last day of CES 2007 and the madness will have an end. We still have tons of coverage coming your way...
Read more Jan 11 2007, 5:00am CST
 


 

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