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How One Family Built $8 Billion Startup Far From Silicon Valley
The tech industry's newest billionaires are a pair of brothers who started a software company in their parents' basement in Utah. Now Ryan and Jared Smith are selling Qualtrics International Inc. to European giant SAP SE for $8 billion -- and they'll ...
SAP to buy customer sentiment tracker Qualtrics for $8 billionReuters
SAP is acquiring survey software maker Qualtrics for $8 billionCNBC
SAP Acquires Cloud Unicorn Qualtrics For $8 Billion Just Before Its IPOForbes
Wall Street Journal -TechCrunch -Fortune -MarketWatch
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Alibaba's Singles' Day Hits Another Record: 3 Takeaways Beyond The Big Number
The 2018 iteration of Singles' Day, the shopping and entertainment extravaganza from Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba BABA -2.78% · Alibaba · BABA. $144.85. $-4.14(-2.78%). As of 11/11/2018, 07:00pm EST. , has ended, with the company notching ...
Jack Ma Heads Toward Retirement With Singles' Day RecordBloomberg
Alibaba Nets Record $30 Billion in Singles' Day Haul, but Growth Rate PlungesU.S. News & World Report
The technology enabling Alibaba to sell $30.8 billion in Double 11 goodsZDNet
CNBC -Investor's Business Daily
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Oil prices jump after Saudi Arabia announces December supply cut
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices jumped more than 1.5 percent on Monday after top exporter Saudi Arabia announced a supply cut in December and other producers also considered reductions heading into 2019. A pumpjack is seen at sunset outside ...
Saudi Arabia and Russia have a 'long-term relationship' despite output U-turn, Dan Yergin saysCNBC
Brent crude jumps 2 pct on Saudi December supply cutNasdaq
The Oil Market's Far-Reaching ImplicationsSeeking Alpha
Minneapolis Star Tribune -Wall Street Journal
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The Mercury News
Pabst says MillerCoors is trying to put it out of business
The Mercury News
By Ivan Moreno | Associated Press. MILWAUKEE — Pabst Brewing Company and MillerCoors are going to trial, with hipster favorite Pabst contending that MillerCoors wants to put it out of business by ending a longstanding partnership through which it ...

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Japan's SoftBank steps closer to transformation with $21 billion mobile IPO
TOKYO (Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp's (9984.T) domestic telecoms unit on Monday received approval to list on the Tokyo Stock Exchange through one of the biggest-ever initial public offerings (IPO) at 2.4 trillion yen (16.26 billion pounds), a ...
SoftBank's Son is Raising $21 Billion in IPO to Fund Tech DealsBloomberg
SoftBank Targets $20 Billion IPO for Japanese Mobile UnitWall Street Journal
SoftBank's mobile unit launches $21 billion listing in one of the biggest IPOs everCNBC
Nikkei Asian Review
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Amazon HQ2 rumors rattle New York and DC real estate markets
Washington, DC (CNN Business) It hasn't been announced yet. It wouldn't happen for months, if not years after it was announced. But Amazon's possible arrival in Northern Virginia and Queens, New York, has already sent shockwaves through surrounding ...
Queens neighborhood wary of Amazon coming to townPhys.Org
NY Pols Express 'Serious Reservations' About Amazon Reported HQ2 Plans for Long Island CityNBC New York
Patrick W. Smith | Agent Profile | Stribling & AssociatesStribling
Douglas Elliman -Redfin -RENTCafe -StreetEasy
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Las Vegas Airport Controller Heard Slurring Her Words As Alarmed Pilots Respond
LAS VEGAS (CBS) — Federal and airport authorities are investigating why an air traffic controller became incapacitated and went silent while working a night shift alone in the tower at busy McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. CBS News ...

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The Boston Globe
Watertown's athenahealth to be bought by New York financial firms, report says
The Boston Globe
Athenahealth, the Watertown health care software company, has agreed to a $5.5 billion buyout offer from a pair of New York financial firms, Veritas Capital and Elliott Management, according to a news report. The company has faced more than a year of ...
Veritas Capital, Elliott clinch $5.5 billion acquisition of Athenahealth: sourcesReuters
Veritas Capital, Elliott clinch $5.5 billion acquisition of AthenahealthCNBC
Report: Watertown's athenahealth to be acquired for $5.5BBoston Business Journal
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Brawl between American Airlines flight attendants results in lawsuit against carrier
An American Airlines flight attendant who says she was dragged down the aisle by her scarf by a fellow crew member has sued the Dallas-based carrier for failing to investigate the July 2016 brawl or take actions to ensure her safety. In her lawsuit ...
Hostie allegedly 'dragged' co-worker by scarf in mid-air
Brawl between American Airlines flight attendants leads to lawsuitDallas News
American Airlines flight attendants headed to court over midflight brawlFox News

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Wall Street Journal
UPS Averts Freight Strike as Teamsters Ratify New Contract
Wall Street Journal
United Parcel Service Inc.'s UPS -1.78% freight workers ratified a final contract offer, averting a work stoppage that prompted the carrier to clear its network ahead of the vote. The final offer cleared with 77% of votes cast approving the five-year ...
UPS Freight workers approve new labor contract, avoiding strikeWSB Atlanta
UPS Freight preparing for possible employee strikeKTRK-TV

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