Nickelodeon Plans Paid Video Service

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Viacom became the latest media company to venture outside the cable bundle by announcing that Nickelodeon will launch a subscription video service available to people who aren’t pay-TV customers.

Court Weighs Pay for Interns

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A panel of three judges in New York appeals court will take on the question of unpaid internships on Friday, in hopes of setting a standard for when employers must pay interns, and when companies can hire unpaid labor or offer college credit.

Ford Forecasts Stronger 2015

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Ford pledged to put weaker earnings behind it with a strong 2015 profit forecast, but persistent losses in Europe and emerging markets last quarter show the hurdles facing its efforts to kick results into overdrive.

Coach Shuffles Execs; Sales Fall Again

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Coach announced the departure of two executives as it reported that sales at existing North American stores plunged 22% in the latest quarter. Still, the company noted progress in its turnaround efforts.

FCC Raises Billions in Spectrum Sale

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The Federal Communications Commission’s biggest ever auction of wireless spectrum closed Thursday and raised a record $44.9 billion, a sign of the growing cost of supporting Americans’ smartphone habit.

Cablevision Sues Verizon Over Wi-Fi Service

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Cablevision Systems is suing Verizon Communications, accusing Verizon of falsely advertising the “fastest Wi-Fi available” in New York in an attempt to undercut Cablevision’s competitive advantage.

DuPont to Cut Bonuses, Delay Raises

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DuPont plans to cut bonus payments and delay raises for this year, as the chemical company grapples with slower-than-expected growth and an activist investor’s push to split the company.

ConocoPhillips Records Loss, to Further Slash Capital Budget

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ConocoPhillips announced plans Thursday to pare its capital budget by another 15% as the exploration and production company swung to a loss in its fourth quarter amid tumbling crude oil prices.

Shake Shack Prices IPO at $21, Above Expectations

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Restaurant chain Shake Shack Inc., known for its burgers and crinkle-cut fries, priced its initial public offering above expectations at $21 apiece late Thursday.

Dow Chemical Earnings Beat Estimates

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Dow Chemical posted stronger-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings, as solid growth for plastics offset price declines in Western Europe related to the impact of the strong dollar.

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