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Low-Cost House: Hybrid Home of Cheap Cargo Containers

A low budget and a rat infestation were just a few of the many stumbling blocks standing in the way of creating this low-cost home for a low-income …

Apple: Investors Calm Over Possible Partial iPhone, iPad Ban

Apple investors, a group recently characterized by pessimism on the tech giant’s future, this morning seemed oddly out of character. They stopped short of a large sell-off in Apple stock despite a legal decision that could stop the sale of some iPhones and iPads in the U.S.<p>The U.S. International …

AT&T Discusses Entering Into a Joint Bid for Hulu With Chernin Group

According to sources close to the telecommunications giant, AT&T is in discussions with the Chernin Group about mounting a joint bid to acquire the …

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Sodastream Goes On Wild Ride After Report Of Pepsi Takeover Bid

Shares of Sodastream were thrown for a loop Thursday morning, when Israeli business website Calcalist reported the company has received a takeover bid from PepsiCo for more than $2 billion.<p>That report sent the stock surging more than 30% in pre-market trading, but the surge began to fade and shrunk …

Samsung Beats Apple In U.S. Smartphone Market, For Now

The winner in the U.S. smartphone market is no longer Apple. Instead, Samsung is the apple of American smartphone buyers’ eyes. At least in between Apple’s new product announcements.<p>That’s the word from Canaccord Genuity, an investment research firm, that surveyed the retail stores of carriers …

Senate Fails To Pass Bills That Would Have Kept Student Loan Interest Rates From Doubling

Dueling measures in the Senate would have kept interest rates on some student loans from moving from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent, although the Republican and Democratic proposals failed to win 60 votes needed on to bring the measures to the floor. The failure means students are likely to face higher …

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