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Amazon's operating income nearly hit $2 billion in Q1 — almost double what Wall Street expected - Business Insider

Business Insider

Amazon's operating income nearly hit $2 billion in Q1 — almost double what Wall Street expected
Business Insider
Amazon's first-quarter profits blew through analysts' expectations, thanks to surging sales in its North American retail, cloud-computing, and advertising businesses. The company's profit beat Wall Street's forecast by a whopping $2 a share as its ...
Amazon Has the Nerve to Hike Prime to $119 on the Same Day It Announces Massive $1.6 Billion ProfitsInc.com
Being Jeff Bezos Means Never Apologizing About ProfitsBloomberg
Amazon doubles its profit — and hikes Prime membership fee 20%Washington Post
New York Times -CNBC -TheStreet.com -Wall Street Journal
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Ford is basically giving up on US car business, and GM is not far behind - CNBC

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Ford is basically giving up on US car business, and GM is not far behind
CNBC
Ford's plan to reduce its passenger car lineup to just two models, and GM's difficulty selling passenger cars in the U.S. show how much tastes are drifting toward trucks, SUVs and crossovers. Ford will only update the Focus Active crossover and Mustang ...
Say goodbye to the Ford sedanWashington Post
Ford kills the Taurus, Fiesta and Fusion: What we loved and hated about the carsUSA TODAY
Is Ford killing the car? Not exactly, but SUVs do own the roadDetroit Free Press
MarketWatch -Fortune -Forbes -Yahoo Finance
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Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint make progress in talks, aim for deal next week - sources - Reuters

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Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint make progress in talks, aim for deal next week - sources
Reuters
(Reuters) - U.S. wireless carriers T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS.O) and Sprint Corp (S.N) have made progress in negotiating merger terms and are aiming to successfully complete deal talks as early as next week, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday ...
Sprint, T-Mobile reportedly may wrap up deal talks by next weekCNET
T-Mobile and Sprint aim to complete deal talks as early as next weekCNBC
Report: T-Mobile and Sprint may agree to merger as soon as next weekAndroid Police
Seattle Times -TmoNews -Kansas City Business Journal -Mac Rumors
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Here's why Subway could close another 500 restaurants - CNNMoney

CNNMoney

Here's why Subway could close another 500 restaurants
CNNMoney
Fast food sandwich chain Subway expects to close about 500 stores in North America this year. But it's also hoping to open as many as 1,000 stores overseas. The company has 44,000 locations globally -- more than any other retailer. The National Retail ...
Subway to close 500 restaurants across the USCNBC
Subway to close about 500 US restaurants, while opening 1000-plus overseasUSA TODAY
Subway is closing another 500 stores — here's whyBusiness Insider
Fortune -Chicago Tribune -cleveland.com -Patch.com
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Microsoft Rides Cloud Strength and Signals More to Come - Wall Street Journal

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Microsoft Rides Cloud Strength and Signals More to Come
Wall Street Journal
Microsoft said its fiscal third-quarter profit rose 35% as revenue from Azure, its cloud business, surged 93%. Photo: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg News. By. Jay Greene. Jay Greene. The Wall Street Journal. BiographyJay Greene · @greene · iamjaygreene ...
Microsoft stock up after strong guidanceCNBC
Microsoft Sales Top Estimates, Fueled by Strong Cloud DemandBloomberg
Microsoft stock heads toward record after earnings beatMarketWatch
Ars Technica -Business Insider -Reuters -New York Times
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Southwest Airlines forecasts drop in revenue as bookings decline after first fatal accident - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Southwest Airlines forecasts drop in revenue as bookings decline after first fatal accident
Los Angeles Times
The first fatal accident in the history of Southwest Airlines has pushed bookings down as the nation's most popular domestic carrier tries to repair damage to its reputation and expedite inspections of virtually its entire fleet of planes. While ...
Southwest Airlines says deadly engine explosion to hurt bookingsReuters
Southwest Airlines: Bookings fell after fatal accidentUSA TODAY
Southwest bookings slump following fatal accidentMarketWatch
Bloomberg -CNBC -Dallas News -Chicago Tribune
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Pepsi vs. Coke -- the new cola wars are here - CNNMoney

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Pepsi vs. Coke -- the new cola wars are here
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Pepsi reported its latest results Thursday. And even though it acknowledged "challenges" in its US soda business, Pepsi posted solid sales growth in North America from Lipton and Pure Leaf, LifeWTR and Kevita kombucha and probiotic cleansing drinks ...
Pepsi and Coke Are Fighting to Get You to Drink Soda AgainBloomberg
PepsiCo Plans Ad Blitz to Buoy Its Soda BusinessWall Street Journal
The cola wars are back: Pepsi pledges to go 'toe-to-toe' with CokeAdAge.com
CNBC -Forbes -TheStreet.com -New York Post
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Intel soars after brighter forecast for data centers, memory - Reuters

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Intel soars after brighter forecast for data centers, memory
Reuters
(Reuters) - Intel Corp (INTC.O) beat earnings expectations for the first quarter and raised its full-year revenue and profit forecasts on Thursday, driven by the biggest-ever quarterly jump in its data center business and small-but-steady growth in its ...
Intel stock jumps 8% with big revenue beat in earningsBusiness Insider
Intel Forecast Tops Estimates on Data Center Chips; Shares SurgeYahoo Finance
Intel forecast tops estimates on data chips; shares surgeSFGate
Nasdaq -Zacks
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Intel's Higher Profit Shows Firm Shaking Off Chip Flaws - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Intel's Higher Profit Shows Firm Shaking Off Chip Flaws
Wall Street Journal
Intel Corp.'s quarterly profit surged as the chip giant showed no impact of revelations earlier this year of critical security flaws in its processors. Profit in the first quarter grew by 50% from a year earlier to $4.45 billion. Revenue rose 9% to $16 ...
Tesla Autopilot crisis deepens with loss of third Autopilot boss in 18 monthsArs Technica
Is Tesla Still Racing Against Nvidia in Autonomous Driving?TheStreet.com
Intel stock rises 8% after hours as data center revenue grows 24%VentureBeat
Wall Street Journal -Bloomberg -Electrek -Intel Newsroom
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Is MoviePass Already Ending the Idea of 30 Tickets for the Price of One? - Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Is MoviePass Already Ending the Idea of 30 Tickets for the Price of One?
Hollywood Reporter
7:24 AM PDT 4/26/2018 by Paul Bond , Pamela McClintock. FACEBOOK; TWITTER; EMAIL ME · PRINT; COMMENTS. iStock. The subscription service famous for supplying a movie ticket per day for just $9.95 a month hasn't been offering that wildly popular package ...
MoviePass Says All Is Well. Even Some of Its Customers Are Skeptical.New York Times
Moviepass's Unlimited-Movie Service Loses the Unlimited PartBloomberg

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