Amazon to start making movies for theatrical release.
Isis threatens to kill two Japanese hostages unless government pays $200 million ransom.
Google is now a more trusted source of news than the websites it aggregates.
Money for everyone: Company uses data from social media to assess credit risk on potential borrowers.
Twitter buys Indian mobile platform ZipDial, hoping for user boost in developing nations.
Pope says Catholics need not breed “like rabbits.”
Big job cuts coming at DreamWorks Animation; could involve more than 15 percent of its work force.
Bomb threat grounds two planes at JFK Airport.
Facebook claims it created 4.5 million jobs in 2014, adding more than $200 billion to the economy.
Obama to focus on middle class in State of Union address
Americans are shaking off economic pessimism, according to new NBC/WSJ poll.
Ascensus to pay $100 mln dividend to owners, including Flowers
Pfingsten targets $400 mln for Fund V.
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