Dish Surprise Winner in Spectrum Auction

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AT&T topped all bidders in the government’s record setting auction of wireless licenses, Dish Network that may have pulled off the biggest coup, collecting more licenses than any other rival.

IPO Sizzles as Shake Shack Tests Big Chains

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Shares of Shake Shack Inc., rocketed up 119% on their first day of trading from their initial public offering price of $21 each, ending at $45.90 in 4 p.m. trading and giving the operator of 63 restaurants a valuation topping $1.6 billion.

Shire Drug Cleared to Treat Binge-Eating Disorder

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Shire’s drug Vyvanse became the first drug approved for sale in the U.S. to treat the estimated 2.8 million adults who have a binge-eating disorder.

A Super-Bowl Ad Is Just Half the Battle

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For marketers, Super Bowl commercials are just part of the blitz for the big game. Ad executives say it is equally important to make a splash with eye-catching displays at retail stores to reinforce a brand’s message.

Brazil's Vale Plans to Cut Dividends

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Brazilian mining giant Vale SA plans to slash dividends to the lowest level in eight years in a bid to shore up cash amid spiraling commodities prices.

Daily Mail Buys Elite Daily

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Britain’s Daily Mail & General Trust said it has acquired cultural news website Elite Daily as part of a plan to broaden its footprint in the U.S.

How Sharp-Elbowed Uber Is Trying to Make Nice

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Facing roadblocks, ride-sharing service Uber is trying to present a softer side to its aggressive push into global markets.

Cigarette Volume Declines Ease at Altria

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Cigarette volume declines at Altria eased in the fourth quarter, suggesting the Marlboro maker is getting a lift from the rebounding U.S. economy.

IBM CEO Rometty to Receive $3.6 Million Bonus

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International Business Machines Corp. said Chief Executive Virginia Rometty will receive a $3.6 million bonus for her performance in 2014, despite annual declines in profit and revenue at the computing giant.

Pom's Ads Were Deceptive, Court Says

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A federal appeals court upheld Federal Trade Commission findings that pomegranate-juice maker Pom Wonderful made false and misleading claims its products were effective in fighting heart disease and prostate cancer.

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