Mega-mergers are popular again on Wall Street.
After divorcing Microsoft, Nokia reveals an Android tablet, the N1, which is hitting China first.
More than 90 percent of U.S. households have three or more devices pinging the internet.
U.S. real estate still attractive to foreign institutional investors.
Singer Neil Young urges fans to boycott Starbucks due to lawsuit against Vermont over state’s requirements to label genetically modified ingredients in food.
Modern slavery affects more than 35 million people, report finds.
Facebook, Google and Apple lobby for curb to NSA surveillance.
Home Depot 3Q earnings top expectations.
Americans don’t like Obamacare, even if enrollees do.
And Charles Manson and his financee get a marriage license.
Wisconsin co-investment program grows quickly.
Chemical firm KMCO may fetch up to $360 mln in sale: sources
Hedge fund Coatue eyes more venture deals with second PE fund.
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