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December 17, 2013
06:15 EDTFB, GM, GOOGOn the Fly: Periodicals Wrap-Up
WALL STREET JOURNAL: Facebook (FB) will begin selling video advertisements later this week, sources say. The ads, which will play automatically in users' news feeds may help Facebook capture a share of the $66.4B advertisers are expected to spend on U.S. TV this year, the Wall Street Journal reports...Google (GOOG), Facebook (FB) and other tech giants are expanding efforts to control more of the world's Internet backbone, raising tensions with telecom companies over who runs the Web, the Wall Street Journal reports...REUTERS: GM (GM) plans to cut its headcount in South Korea next year as it prepares to withdraw its Chevy brand in Europe, a major export market for South Korean-made cars, Reuters reports...BLOOMBERG: The Fedís balance sheet is poised to exceed $4T, prompting warnings its record easing is inflating asset-price bubbles and drawing renewed lawmaker scrutiny just as Janet Yellen prepares to take charge, Bloomberg reports...U.S. banks seeking regulatory approval to boost payouts to shareholders next year will face a new hurdle as the Fed begins making its own projections for lendersí balance sheets in annual stress tests, Bloomberg reports.
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April 6, 2014
18:12 EDTGMGM to begin fixing faulty ignition switches, WSJ says
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17:48 EDTGOOGGoogle set to announce Android TV, The Verge says
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16:07 EDTGMGM's Opel brand planning compact electric car by 2017, Reuters says
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14:53 EDTGMMcCaskill says GM ignition case could lead to criminal charges, Reuters says
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April 4, 2014
17:36 EDTGMJudge does not issue 'stop drive order' for faulty GM vehicles, Reuters says
U.S. District Court Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos did not issue a "stop drive order" that would have parked 2.6M General Motors' cars recalled for defective ignition switches, Reuters reports. The judge said she would need additional time to study briefs submitted by attorneys, Reuters added. Reference Link
17:12 EDTFB, GMMarket finishes mixed as Nasdaq sells off into weekend
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16:38 EDTGOOGGoogle files automatic mixed securities shelf
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16:30 EDTFBOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
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09:36 EDTFBActive equity options trading on open
Active equity options trading on open according to Track Data: AAPL TSLA MU GNK AMZN FB GILD MA NFLX
08:02 EDTFBFacebook met with anonymous app maker Secret but didn't make offer, Re/code says
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07:55 EDTGMFord outpacing rivals in China on strength of SUVs, WSJ says
Thanks in large part to a rising demand in China for sport-utility vehicles, Ford's (F) China deliveries jumped past Toyota (TM) in 2013 and the U.S. automaker also gained on General Motors (GM) and Volkswagen (VLKAY), who it has similarly trailed in China for years, reported The Wall Street Journal. Reference Link
07:43 EDTGOOGBaidu market leading search share in China rose in March, Marbridge Daily says
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07:42 EDTGOOGGoogle pays $1.4 fine regarding StreetView worries in Italy, Reuters says
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07:38 EDTGMGM ups truck discounts in April, Reuters says
GM (GM) again increased discounts on its full-size Chevrolet Silverado pickups after being outsold in March by Chrysler's Ram 1500, according to Reuters, citing GM's details of the discount on the company's consumer website. Chrysler is a unit of Fiat (FIATY). Reference Link
07:28 EDTGOOGNew America Foundation to hold a forum
The New America Foundation holds a forum, "Implementing the PCAST Spectrum Sharing Report" with President Obama's Deputy CTO for Telecom Policy, Jason Furman, VP Medin of Google and Craig Mundie of Microsoft in Washington, D.C. on April 4 at 2 pm. Webcast Link
07:25 EDTGOOGNational Press Club holds a meeting
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06:49 EDTGMNHTSA still receiving answers, documentation from GM, WSJ reports
GM says it has submitted 200,000 pages of records and answered more than 65% of the 107 questions the NHTSA has asked about the events leading to the ignition switch recall, though a timetable has not been released on when the information will be made public, the Wall Street Journal reports. Reference Link
06:22 EDTGOOGNest Labs halts sales of smart smoke alarms
Nest Labs announced it is stopping sales of its Nest Protect: Smoke + Carbon Monoxide alarm because of a defect that can cause owners to inadvertently turn them off. The company says "At Nest, we conduct regular, rigorous tests to ensure that our products are the highest quality. During recent laboratory testing of the Nest Protect smoke alarm, we observed a unique combination of circumstances that caused us to question whether the Nest Wave -- a feature that enables you to turn off your alarm with a wave of the hand -- could be unintentionally activated. This could delay an alarm going off if there was a real fire. We identified this problem ourselves and are not aware of any customers who have experienced this. We feel that the best and safest thing to do is to immediately disable the Nest Wave feature to resolve the issue and remove any safety concerns. While we fix Nest Wave, we have also halted sales of all new Nest Protect alarms to ensure no one buys an alarm that needs an immediate update." Google acquired Nest Labs earlier this year. Reference Link
06:12 EDTFBFacebook paid researchers $1.5M to fix software bugs
Facebook paid out more than $1.5M to security researchers who helped it find and fix software bugs and security vulnerabilities in its software code, the company said. The company says it has been working to grow its bug bounty program since 2011, and "We received 14,763 submissions in 2013, a 246% increase from 2012. Of these, 687 were valid and eligible to receive rewards. 6% of eligible bugs were categorized as high severity. We've paid over $2M since we got started in 2011, and in 2013 we paid out $1.5M to 330 researchers across the globe. 2014 is looking good so far. The volume of high-severity issues is down, and we're hearing from researchers that it's tougher to find good bugs." Reference Link
06:01 EDTGOOGAcacia Research resolves action with Motorola Mobility
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