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Google to make ‘significant’ changes to avoid EU fine

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QuestCinq.com/News Google has promised to make “significant” changes to how rivals appear in search results in an attempt to avoid a multi-billion euro fine. The latest changes should be sufficient to end a three-year investigation into the search company, the EU’s competition commissioner said. Google had been accused of giving favourable treatment to its own products in search results. The company said it looked forward to resolving the matter. In a news conference, European Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said he would not seek feedback on the deal from Google’s rivals before it was formalised. “I consider at this point that…

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Google agrees to sell Motorola to Lenovo

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Google is keeping most of Motorola’s huge patent portfolio, the original reason the Internet search giant agreed to spend $12.5 billion buying the company in 2011 SAN FRANCISCO – Google said Wednesday it agreed to sell its Motorola business for almost $3 billion to China’s Lenovo Group, a major strategy shift that gets the Internet search giant out of the business of manufacturing smartphones. Lenovo is paying about $2.91 billion for Motorola, consisting of $660 million in cash, $750 million worth of Lenovo stock and $1.5 billion in the form of a three-year promissory note. Lenovo gets the Motorola brand…

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Obama to launch government-backed retirement savings program

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QuestCinq.com/news U.S. President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union speech on Capitol Hill in Washington, January 28, 2014. CREDIT: REUTERS/LARRY DOWNING – The Obama administration is scheduled on Wednesday to launch a retirement savings vehicle called “myRA,” aimed at enrolling more Americans in a government-backed investment option. In details provided by the White House on Wednesday, the retirement savings proposal would be similar to a Roth Individual Retirement Account, but with holdings backed by the U.S. government like savings bonds. “MyRA guarantees a decent return with no risk of losing what you put in,” President Barack Obama said in introducing the…

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No bank too big to indict, U.S. attorney general says

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U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder speaks during the Community Memorial Service at 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama September 15, 2013 file photo. CREDIT: REUTERS/MARVIN GENTRY – No American financial institution is too large to indict and no bank executive immune from criminal prosecution, Attorney General Eric Holder said in a television interview. In an interview with MSNBC scheduled to be broadcast on Friday, Holder cited the case against JPMorgan Chase & Co, which in November agreed to a civil settlement under which it would pay $13 billion to end a series of government investigations into itsmarketing and sale of…

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Russia gives breakdown of $15 billion Ukraine bailout

QuestCinq.com/News – Russia will tap into a rainy-day fund for most of the $15 billion bailout it promised Ukraine after Kiev scrapped plans for European Union deals that would have pulled it further from Moscow’s orbit, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said. President Vladimir Putin agreed the aid package with Ukraine in December, throwing the ex-Soviet state a lifeline in what was widely seen as a reward for a U-turn that prompted protests which persist in Kiev and have been marked by violence. Russia will turn to its National Welfare Fund for $10 billion, Siluanov told Ekho Moskvy radio on Thursday. The other $5…

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Arrested Vatican prelate in new money laundering charge

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The Vatican bank is one of the world’s most secretive financial institutions – A former Vatican prelate on trial for an alleged plot to smuggle 20 million euros into Italywas further charged on Tuesday with laundering millions through the Vatican bank, police said. Monsignor Nunzio Scarano and two other people served with arrest warrants were suspected of money laundering and making false statements, police said. The others were Father Luigi Noli, a friend of Scarano suspended from his Vatican job last year, and a notary. Fifty-two others were being investigated. While the charges had been expected, they were another blow…

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Luxury in China loses luster as wealthy flee

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A woman shops in a Louis Vuitton store during Vogue’s 4th Fashion’s Night Out: Shopping Night with Celebrities in downtown Shanghai in this September 7, 2012 file photograph. CREDIT: REUTERS/CARLOS BARRIA/FILES   – Wealthy Chinese are likely to buy fewer luxury goods again this year after the steepest cut-back on spending in at least five years, changing the game for high-end retailers like Louis Vuitton which have staked their growth on China. Overall spending by wealthy Chinese fell by 15 percent in 2013, the third consecutive year of decline, according to a survey by the Hurun Report. Spending on gifts in…

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Penney to close 33 stores, cut 2,000 jobs to stem losses

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QuestCinq.com A JC Penney department store is shown in Escondido, California February 21, 2012. JC Penny will report earnings this week. CREDIT: REUTERS/MIKE BLAKE – J.C. Penney Co Inc (JCP.N) said on Wednesday it would close 33 stores and cut 2,000 jobs as part of its efforts to return to profitability. Chief Executive Myron Ullman said in a statement the action “addresses a strategic priority to improve the profitability of our stores.” Penney is the second major U.S. retailer in as many weeks to announce layoffs. Last week, Macy’s Inc (M.N) said it was eliminating 2,500 jobs. Those cuts will…

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Google to acquire Nest for $3.2 billion in cash

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A Google logo is seen at the entrance to the company’s offices in Toronto September 5, 2013. CREDIT: REUTERS/CHRIS HELGREN – Google Inc took its biggest step to go deeper into consumers’ homes, announcing a $3.2 billion deal to buy smart thermostat and smoke alarm-maker Nest Labs Inc, scooping up a promising line of products and a prized design team led by the “godfather” of the iPod. Nest will continue to operate as its own distinct brand after the all-cash deal closes, Googlesaid on Monday. The deal is the second largest in Google’s history after the $12.5 billion acquisition of mobile phone maker…

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