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Date: 2013-05-21
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Amazon wins key cloud security clearance from government
US-AMAZON-CLOUD:Amazon wins key cloud security clearance from government
By Alistair Barr

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc has been given a security clearance by the U.S. government that will make it easier for federal agencies to use its cloud computing services.

Amazon Web Services, known as AWS, was certified to operate as a clo...


Bernanke's dangerous optimism: James Saft
US-COLUMN-MARKETS-SAFT:Bernanke's dangerous optimism: James Saft
By James Saft

(Reuters) - Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is an optimist about economic growth in the coming decades, rejecting depressing views about a slowdown to put his faith in collaborative innovation driven by a jackpot culture for inventors.

For his me...


iGate sacks chief executive Murthy after sexual harassment claim
US-IGATE-CEO:iGate sacks chief executive Murthy after sexual harassment claim
(Reuters) - The board of iGate Corp, an information technology outsourcing services provider, has sacked Chief Executive Officer Phaneesh Murthy following an investigation into a claim of sexual harassment, the company said in a statement.

The U.S.-listed company, which has bulk of its emp...


Column: Two ways to pick your summer stock retreat
US-COLUMN-WASIK-SUMMERSECTORS:Column: Two ways to pick your summer stock retreat
By John Wasik

CHICAGO (Reuters) - It used to be easy to abide by the old Wall Street nugget that you should pull out of the market in spring and come back in the fall.

But research shows that it doesn't make sense to completely abandon the stock market during the ...


Former Nokia software team unveils its first smartphone
US-MOBILE-JOLLA:Former Nokia software team unveils its first smartphone
HELSINKI (Reuters) - A group of ex-Nokia software developers unveiled its first smartphone on Monday, aiming to prove their former employer wrong by making a success of a technology dropped by the Finnish mobile phone maker.

Jolla was founded by Nokia's former MeeGo software team that ...


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