Monthly Archives: March 2017

Fannie, Freddie may write down $21 billion due to U.S. tax cut: BMO

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac may write down $21 billion of tax-related assets if there is a deep cut in the federal corporate tax rate as promised by President Donald Trump, according to an analyst at B...

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BlackRock’s active gambit ups pressure on rivals

NEW YORK/BOSTON (Reuters) - BlackRock Inc's decision to revamp part of its stock-picking business puts further pressure on active U.S. equity managers to cut fees, change products and merge to stem a relentless, 12-year decline in assets.

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Snapchat adds more accessible search feature

(Reuters) - Snap Inc said on Friday its Snapchat messaging app would add an option for users to search through photos and videos that users have posted to the public.

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5 Apps to Help Entrepreneurs Save Money

From where to go to stock the office fridge to how to make money off of your parking spot, Jessica Abo has five money-saving tips from a smart shopping expert.

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EquiSeq CEO Lexi Palmer: Act Like You’re Not Scared and Go at It

Lexi Palmer is CEO of EquiSeq, a biotech firm that does genetic testing of horses. Palmer met the company's founder, genetic researcher Paul Szauter, in 2015. "I was just finishing up my degree in interpersonal communications ... and he told me about the company he'd started," Palmer recalled. "I told him I knew everything about horses and said I could learn everything he did and market it."

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Toshiba likely to miss quarterly earnings deadline for 3rd time-sources

TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp will likely miss a third deadline to report its quarterly business results, two sources told Reuters, forcing the Japanese conglomerate to ask for a fresh extension or face a possible delisting from the Tokyo Stock Exchan...

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Major internet providers say will not sell customer browsing histories

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Comcast Corp, Verizon Communications Inc and AT&T Inc said Friday they would not sell customers’ individual internet browsing information, days after the U.S. Congress approved legislation reversing Obama administration era internet privacy rules.

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