Tesla Motors Nearly Doubled Staff In 2014

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Tesla Motors nearly doubled its staff in 2014 to 10,161 employees from 5,859 a year earlier as the electric car maker pursues dramatic global growth.

Verizon Says Dish Bidding Distorted FCC Auction

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Verizon said the bidding strategy employed by entities related to Dish Network distorted the government’s $45 billion spectrum auction, joining its counterparts in complaining about the satellite-TV provider’s tactics.

Monster Beverage Shares Hit High on Strong Overseas Growth

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Monster Beverage shares surged to a record after the energy drink maker reported strong overseas growth and investors bet on a further lift from Coca-Cola, which is preparing to take a minority stake.

RadioShack's Troubles Feed GameStop Growth Spurt

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GameStop is picking up about 163 RadioShack locations, boosting its Spring Mobile collection of AT&T cellphone sales outlets by about 50%.

Chinese Web Firms Delete Accounts

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Chinese Internet companies have deleted tens of thousands of user accounts as the country prepares to enforce new registration rules that will further cement government control over online discourse.

Conrad Black Banned From Certain Corporate Activities in Canada

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Canada’s biggest securities regulator on Friday banned former media baron Conrad Black from acting as a director or officer of any public or private company that issues securities in the country’s largest province, but ruled that Mr. Black can trade securities.

Ericsson Sues Apple for Patent Infringement

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Swedish networking company Ericsson said it is suing Apple for infringing 41 patents it says are critical to many aspects of the U.S. tech giant’s devices.

Vivendi Sells Remaining Numericable-SFR Stake

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Vivendi SA Friday accepted a bid from cable billionaire Patrick Drahi to buy its remaining stake in French telecom company SFR, completing another asset sale at the former conglomerate that has slimmed itself down into a smaller media company.

Chinese Internet Giants Go Mobile

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China’s Internet giants are getting into the mobile game, developing their own app stores and mobile operating systems as they try to influence how consumers use smartphones.

African Minerals to Abide By Court Order That Bars Bankruptcy Filing

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Embattled Sierra Leone iron-ore miner African Minerals said it has received two conflicting orders from its partner Shandong Iron and Steel Group, the first of which could force the company into bankruptcy, and the second which prevents the miner from entering bankruptcy.

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