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  • Nasdaq CEO Says Michael Lewis Comments on HFT ‘Irresponsible’

    Michael Lewis’s argument that the $23 trillion U.S. stock market is rigged in favor of speed traders is careless, according to Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. Chief Executive Officer Robert Greifeld.

  • Scene Last Night: Sadaka, Kingdon, Coleman, Tisch, Stipe, Gerwig

    A hospital, a museum and a public broadcaster walked into a bar last night after their galas. They were eager to boast.

  • Sprint Chairman Vows ‘Price War’ If T-Mobile Deal Allowed

    SoftBank Corp. President Masayoshi Son said he’ll start a “massive price war” in the U.S. if regulators let his Sprint Corp. purchase T-Mobile US Inc.

  • How Steve Jobs Got the iPhone Into Japan

    The iPhone, it's safe to say, is big in Japan. Toward the end of last year, three out of every four smartphones sold in Japan were iPhones, according to market researcher Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. Tim Cook said during Apple's most recent earnings call that its phone sales in the country shot up 40 percent after it signed a deal with NTT Docomo.

  • SoftBank’s Son Pitches New Option for Fast U.S. Internet

    SoftBank Corp. President Masayoshi Son, drumming up support for the idea of merging his Sprint Corp. with T-Mobile US Inc., said he can give U.S. Internet users a new option with lower prices and faster speeds.

  • Assad in Interview Said to Deny Role in Chemical Weapons Strike

    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is disputing U.S. allegations that he used chemical weapons against civilians, and said the Obama administration hasn’t proved he did, according to CBS News correspondent Charlie Rose.

  • Romney, Perry, Cain Square Off on Economy in Debate (Transcript)

    Republican presidential candidates promised to deliver the leadership that Washington needs to overcome congressional gridlock as they pitched their plans for jobs and taxes and called for the removal of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke during a debate tonight at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. Participating in the event, sponsored by Bloomberg News and the Washington Post, were former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney; Texas Governor Rick Perry; former pizza magnate Herman Cain; Michele Bachmann, a Minnesota congresswoman; Newt Gingrich, the former House Speaker; Ron Paul, a Texas representative; former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum and former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman. Moderators of the debate included PBS talk show host Charlie Rose, Bloomberg reporter

  • Lew Freed of Default Risk Reprises Role as G-20 Growth Promoter

    Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew, scolded on the international stage last year for the U.S. debt- limit impasse, returns to Group of 20 talks positioned to play his job’s traditional role of chief promoter of faster growth and more jobs.

  • Berkshire Investors Lacking Data Take Buffett on Faith

    For years, chemical maker Lubrizol filed annual reports with securities regulators that ran 80 pages or more, detailing everything from its inventory to pension obligations.

  • Lew Urges China to Stop Cyber-Theft to Ensure Global Influence

    U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew said China needs to move faster to revamp its economy and stop stealing intellectual property if it wants more influence in global decision making.

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