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Google goes Hollywood with 'The Internship' US-GOOGLE-MOVIE:Google goes Hollywood with 'The Internship' noneBy Ronald Grover and Alexei Oreskovic
LOS ANGELES/ SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - When The Internship, a comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, hits movie theaters on June 7, Google will be taking more than a little interest in how the film is received.
In an unus... Apps are the new salespeople in U.S. stores US-APPS-SHOPPING:Apps are the new salespeople in U.S. stores noneBy Natasha Baker
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Some retailers in the United States are starting to co... Widows and divorcees put money in motion US-ADVISERS-WIDOWS:Widows and divorcees put money in motion noneBy Beth Pinsker
NEW YORK (Reuters) - In 2006, Kathleen Rehl joined the ranks of the approximately 800,000 women who become widows every year.
She was 60; just about the median age of 59. But she was unusual in one key way: She did not change her financial adviser, som... EU to seek more Google concessions in competition probe US-EU-GOOGLE:EU to seek more Google concessions in competition probe noneBy Foo Yun Chee
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU regulators are likely to press Google Inc for more concessions to end a three-year investigation into complaints it squeezed out Web rivals, the EU antitrust chief said.
EU Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia, acknowledging... Analysis - Biotech's bull run starts to look frothy US-BIOTECH-STOCKS-ANALYSIS:Analysis - Biotech's bull run starts to look frothy noneBy Deena Beasley
(Reuters) - Biotech stocks are so hot that even some of the bulls are starting to find themselves on edge.
An index of biotech drugmakers' shares has climbed nearly 50 percent in the past 12 months to all-time highs as the industry starts to launc...
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