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UPS warns of data breach at 51 of its UPS Stores, but no fraud has been detected on.wsj.com/1kVQwDq via @WSJ
The new trend toward packaging craft beer rather than in bottles? Mobile canners. on.wsj.com/1kVt4X4 photo: @WSJ pic.twitter.com/Jpp4LaEv3K
"Do you wear yoga pants? Why not try yoga?"~ a yoga studio's tagline trying to attract the casual yoga pants wearer. on.wsj.com/1kVC1j1
Target cut its outlook again as traffic at its stores fell again, despite ramping up promotions $TGT on.wsj.com/1kUtgpj
With 27 million users, the @Snapchat looks to bring in news content and sell ads to go with it on.wsj.com/1yX5wCe via @WSJ
NFL asked artists like Coldplay if they'd pay to play "Yellow" at halftime. on.wsj.com/YuJmvY (Photo: Getty) pic.twitter.com/QBHnttVGSt
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Should artists pay to play the Super Bowl? Based on ad rates, Bruno Mars' drum solo this year was worth $6.5 million: on.wsj.com/1BzBd8K
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Sneaking away from the family vacation to send a work email? Why bosses loathe taking time off. online.wsj.com/articles/sneak…
The Google Search app for Android now shows alternate flights when yours gets delayed on.wsj.com/XzJWZh pic.twitter.com/NWPK2uHzEi
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As another Iceland volcano threatens to blow, five things to know about flying near one. on.wsj.com/1z0u9Op via @WSJ
Europe to launch its own global positioning satellites as it weans itself from Pentagon. on.wsj.com/1kUsTv8 via @WSJ
It's almost end of summer, and still no beer mega-merger on.wsj.com/1z0ez5f via @WSJ
Women Now Make Up Almost Half of Gamers on.wsj.com/1yVGJyj via @WSJ
AT&T is bringing ultrafast Web service to Apple and Google’s turf. on.wsj.com/1n87NVE
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A rosy view of China's growth prospects may be holding up reform online.wsj.com/articles/refor…
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NFL asks Super Bowl halftime acts to pay for the rich chance to play. on.wsj.com/VE5NwR pic.twitter.com/VB1ZPvbITf
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$1 Billion Medicare Blunder ... a WSJ exclusive: Walgreen Shakeup Followed Bad Projection online.wsj.com/articles/walgr…
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Adult women gamers are now more numerous than under-18 boys on.wsj.com/1miimW0
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Controversial patent holding firm Intellectual Ventures is hacking its staff by 20%. blogs.wsj.com/law/2014/08/19… By @jonesashby
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Steve Ballmer's exit from Microsoft's board gives new CEO Nadella an even freer hand to reshape the company on.wsj.com/1tlgoIu via @WSJ
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Snapchat Discussing New Content Service With Advertisers, Media Firms on.wsj.com/1yX5wCe via @WSJ
Penske Media Corp. to buy Fairchild Publications from Condé Nast for nearly $100 Million on.wsj.com/XyIRB5 via @WSJ
Allergan has approached Salix Pharmaceuticals about acquisition on.wsj.com/Xy7BZX via @WSJ
Steve Ballmer steps down from Microsoft board $MSFT on.wsj.com/1tlgoIu via @WSJ pic.twitter.com/4Ov5m7QFBo
Canada agency issues two new rail-safety recommendations, cites 18 factors in Lac-Mégantic accident on.wsj.com/1tkITpC via @WSJ
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NFL to Coldplay: Pay to perform at next year's Super Bowl halftime show on.wsj.com/YuJmvY via @WSJ pic.twitter.com/sGPP1qEYqn
$10,000 investment in Google 10 years ago would be worth $139,458.82 today on.wsj.com/1qmkvRq $GOOGL ht @hsilverb pic.twitter.com/xnE4VnpD1i
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What's changed most about Google in 10 years? It now acts like a platform. @RolfeWinkler at on.wsj.com/XvF0EF $ pic.twitter.com/hMKK8J8PHw
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Samsung, the world's largest smartphone maker, is considering producing cellphones in fast-growing Indonesia. on.wsj.com/XuAfeK
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Sprint's new CEO declares war by slashing prices. More news expected from Sprint tomorrow and Thursday online.wsj.com/articles/sprin…
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Can a 150-year-old printing firm become a tech company? on.wsj.com/1ths2nN via @WSJ
Heinz recalls some baby food in China. on.wsj.com/1oTVWtO via @WSJ
Thermal imaging add-ons turn your smartphone into night-vision goggles. by @donal888 on.wsj.com/YqxPhp pic.twitter.com/VRpqN6QdcW
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Sprint kills "Framily," dives into wireless industry's price war. $S on.wsj.com/1oVk0fV @WSJ
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The $400 billion epistle that gave Google purpose and guided its growth $GOOG @dkberman on.wsj.com/XvP8ND via @WSJ
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"Son, back in the day we used to swipe cards through machines." "Gee, Dad, you're so old!" on.wsj.com/1ArVaga pic.twitter.com/KNQCMAFbRe
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Twitter's problem: Retweets and Faves are ambiguous. Endorsements (or not). Nods. Winks. Heckles. Bookmarks. ... on.wsj.com/1oUSpLZ
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Breaking on WSJ.com from @DaveCBenoit: Activist Investor Blue Harbour Has Roughly 6.5% or ~$300M Stake In Rackspace Hosting.
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Twitter Experiments With Highlighting ‘Favorited’ Tweets, to Some Users’ Dismay on.wsj.com/1tb3A9e
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In the decade since it went public, @google has increased lobbying spending a hundredfold on.wsj.com/1riSSPL pic.twitter.com/9elKG8Z6TQ
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Would P&G sell its oldest brand? Ivory soap is among the products the company might shed. online.wsj.com/articles/float… pic.twitter.com/LBIchR2WsG
SoftBank picks Sharp as partner for low-cost smartphones on.wsj.com/Yo31hf via @WSJ
"We're going to drown in corn this year." US farmers are up to their ears in the stuff: on.wsj.com/Xtmm0b pic.twitter.com/LDU1LNFMRF
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