Level 3 Tries to Waylay Hackers

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Internet traffic carrier Level 3 Communications is taking an aggressive—and some say risky approach—to hacking by monitoring for criminal groups and isolating traffic believed to contain stolen data.

Snapchat Reveals $650 Million Private Placement

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Snapchat disclosed it has offered to sell $650 million of stock in a private placement, an opportunity for the company and insiders to profit from the messaging company’s popularity.

NYSE Looks to Ease Late-Day Pileup

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The New York Stock Exchange is preparing a new plan to make it easier to buy or sell the shares of thousands of listed companies, an effort to counter the slow midday trading and uneven liquidity plaguing U.S. stock markets.

Snapchat Reveals $650 Million Private Placement

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Snapchat disclosed it has offered to sell $650 million of stock in a private placement, an opportunity for the company and insiders to profit from the messaging company’s popularity.

Yahoo Japan Finds a Friend in Alibaba

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Yahoo Japan’s operational tie-up with Alibaba makes sense, and could portend a more serious relationship.

J.P. Morgan Aims to Cut 5,000 Jobs

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J.P. Morgan has begun layoffs that are expected to total more than 5,000 by next year, eliminating at least 2% of the bank’s workforce.

China's Tech Firms Aim to Stay Home

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China’s stock market and more favorable domestic regulations are driving tech firms to plan to list shares in China instead of the U.S.

Adjusting the Fed's View of Growth

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Upcoming adjustments to first-quarter GDP figures mean the Fed can look through the negative growth figure.

Survey: U.S. Consumers Wary of Economy

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Consumers remain cautious about the current economy this month, according to new report on consumer sentiment. The report raises worries about consumer spending in the second quarter following weak demand in the first quarter.

Europe's Economies Must Match Capital Market Progress

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Europe’s corporate bond market is booming, thanks to a rush of U.S. issuers. But efforts to wean European companies off bank financing need to look beyond markets.

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