Delivery Service Brings Groceries to Your Fridge When You're Away

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In Sweden, groceries can be delivered in your absence and directly to where they belong: your kitchen and fridge. PostNord and supermarket chain ICA are testing the service in Stockholm, promising that messengers will remove their shoes and unpack online deliveries.

Samsung Adds More Ads to Its TVs

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Samsung Electronics is quietly putting more advertisements on its Internet-connected televisions as it seeks new revenue sources for its struggling TV business.

Fidelity Marked Up Private Tech Shares in April

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Winners included photo-sharing site Pinterest, whose shares increased 14% during the month and have nearly tripled in value since Fidelity first made its investment in October 2013.

Solar Panel Leasing Decreases as More Customers Look to Buy

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Companies such as SolarCity and Sunrun rapidly expanded by leasing solar panels to homeowners, but now face stiff competition from smaller upstarts that sell the units to customers instead.

'X-Men' Sequel Rises to the Top

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Two Hollywood franchises turned in disappointing box-office performances on a Memorial Day weekend. “Alice Through The Looking Glass” flopped, grossing $34.2 million, while the superhero sequel “X-Men: Apocalypse” opened to $80 million, a decent number but below that of previous movie in the series.

Trial Set to Open in Legal Battle Pitting H-P, Oracle

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Jurors are set to convene Tuesday to consider a lengthy legal dispute centered on Oracle’s alleged role in the decline of one of the former Hewlett-Packard’s most lucrative products. The lawsuit seeks $3 billion in damages.

Dalian Wanda: An Offer That Makes Shareholders Want to Move On

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Dalian Wanda Commercial’s plan to delist so soon after its IPO reeks of expedience, rather than long-term value creation. Investors may have little choice but to move on.

Global Economy Week Ahead: Chinese Manufacturing, ECB Meeting, U.S. Jobs

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Though shortened by holidays in the U.S. and U.K., this week will help set the stage for whether the global economy is heading into a summer of strength or doldrums, with Chinese manufacturing data, a European Central Bank meeting and the U.S. jobs report on the schedule.

Janet Yellen Sees Rate Hike Coming Soon

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Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen on Friday signaled the central bank will likely raise interest rates within months if the U.S. economy keeps gaining strength.

U.S. First-Quarter GDP Growth Revised Higher to 0.8%

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The U.S. economy’s first-quarter slowdown was less pronounced than initially thought, and recent data have pointed to a pickup for growth this spring.

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