Apple, Google Vie for Exclusive Game Apps

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The battle between Apple and Google for mobile dominance is spreading to the most lucrative genre of apps: videogames. They are offering top titles a promotional boost if the games arrive first in their respective app stores.

Square Discusses Possible Sale

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Square Inc. representatives have discussed a possible sale of the mobile-payments startup to several deeper-pocketed rivals.

Tech Giants Discussed Hiring, Say Documents

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New details on class action against Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe show how Facebook rejected the alleged hiring circle.

Profit Rises at Saudi Arabia's Kingdom Holding

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Kingdom Holding posted a 15% increase in first-quarter net profit, said the investment firm controlled by Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal.

Toyota Revs Up Ambitious Plans for China

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Toyota is revving up efforts to unseat Nissan as China's top Japanese auto maker, even as they both struggle to win back market share lost to rivals amid political tensions

Tech Fall Isn't Seen as Sign of Trouble

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Abreast of the Market: Fund managers are shying away from U.S. IPOs after having been burned by once-highflying tech and biotech stocks. But many investors remain optimistic about the overall stock market.

Fallen Bitcoin Titan Focused on Cafe

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As the Mt. Gox bitcoin exchange sank deeper into trouble, its CEO was busy focusing on coffees and pastries for a bitcoin cafe he planned to open.

Juice Maker POM Heads to Court in Marketing Cases

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Pomegranate juice maker POM Wonderful is making a splash in court, playing offense and defense in two closely watched court cases that could affect how food companies promote their products.

Sluggish Economic Recovery Proves Resilient

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The Outlook: The recovery from the recession has been nasty, brutish and long. It also is shaping up as one of the most enduring.

Shale-Boom Winners: Small Is Beautiful

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A new breed of energy company is a hit with investors using a mantra long scorned in the oil-and-gas business: Small is beautiful.

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