Amazon's Spending Leads to Biggest Loss Ever

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Amazon reported the biggest quarterly loss in its history, despite a 20% boost in sales, as the company’s many investments continued to weigh on its bottom line.

Microsoft's Cloud Growth Continues

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Microsoft continues to defy expectations by growing at a much faster clip than its business-technology peers, and the company also managed to post stronger-than-forecast sales in its troubled Nokia mobile business.

Pandora Media Loss Narrows; Listener Hours Up 25%

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Pandora Media reported a 25% increase in the number of hours listeners tuned in during the third quarter, the first year-to-year comparison since the Internet radio giant ended its 40-hour free-listening monthly cap.

Nucor Announces 66% Profit Rise on Energy Boom

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Nucor Corp., posted a 66% increase in profits because of rising demand for steel used in the energy and nonresidential construction sectors.

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Potash Corp. Expects Steady Fertilizer Demand for 2015

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Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. expects global demand for potash fertilizer to hold steady with this year’s level, despite sliding crop prices that are expected to crimp farmers’ incomes, executives said.

Foxconn in Talks for China Display Plant

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Foxconn, the company that assembles the bulk of the world’s iPhones, is in preliminary talks to build a factory in northern China that would make high-end screens for the phones as well, in a sign of the company’s ambition to move up the electronics food chain.

Caterpillar Posts Surprising Profit Gains

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Caterpillar posted a surprise increase in earnings as it benefited from cost cuts and strong locomotive sales.

Tesco Chairman to Step Down

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Tesco said Chairman Richard Broadbent would step down as it revealed the accounting practices that led to an overstatement of its profit had occurred in prior periods as well.

U.S. Auto Sales Fuel GM Earnings

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General Motors reported a 14% drop in its third-quarter profit but beat analyst expectations as strength in North America offset weaker results in other regions of the world.

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