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  • Symantec Said to Hire JPMorgan to Explore Options

    Symantec Corp. is hiring JPMorgan Chase & Co. to explore its options and defend itself from activist shareholders, according to people with knowledge of the situation, as the security-technology company faces investor pressure to improve its business.

  • Dwarf Planet Finding May Help Explain Solar System Birth

    A dwarf planet discovered in a “no-man’s land” in deep space may have been tossed there when the solar system was born, according to scientists who say the finding may help them reconstruct an event that occured 4 billion years ago.

  • Symantec Fires CEO as PC Slump Curbs Antivirus Sales

    Symantec Corp. fired President and Chief Executive Officer Steve Bennett after less than two years on the job, as the biggest maker of security software for personal computers struggles with a shift to mobile devices.

  • Symantec Fires CEO as PC Slump Curbs Antivirus Sales

    Symantec Corp. fired President and Chief Executive Officer Steve Bennett after less than two years on the job, as the biggest maker of security software for personal computers struggles with a shift to mobile devices.

  • Emergency Manager Appointed to Take Control of Finances in Flint, Michigan

    Michigan Governor Rick Snyder named Michael Brown, Flint’s former interim mayor, as the city’s emergency manager and charged him with reining in a $25.7 million deficit.

  • Deficit to Fall to $514 Billion, U.S. Budget Agency Says

    The U.S. budget deficit will fall to a seven-year low as a share of the economy, driven downward by stronger economic growth that has boosted tax revenue and helped contain spending, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

  • Amoroso, Baylor, Brown on Mobile Cybersecurity

    Nov. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Edward Amoroso, chief security officer at AT&T Services, Ken Baylor, vice president at NSS Labs Research, and Michael Brown, vice president of security product management and research at Research In Motion, participate in a panel discussion about reconciling cybersecurity concerns with the burgeoning use of mobile platforms by financial institutions. Bloomberg's Afzalul Bari moderates the panel at Bloomberg Link's Enterprise Risk Conference in New York. (Source: Bloomberg)

  • U.S. Posts Record December Surplus on Fannie Mae Payments

    The U.S. posted a record December budget surplus as higher payroll taxes, payments from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and a declining unemployment rate helped improve the government’s finances.

  • Pentagon Furloughs Hit Hardest in Virginia, California

    Virginia, home to the military’s headquarters, and California have the most people who will be hit by Pentagon furloughs set to begin July 8, according to data provided by the Defense Department.

  • Sales Gain Shows Resilient Consumer Before Holiday: Economy

    Retail sales climbed in October by the most in three months, indicating the government shutdown did little to unnerve Americans before the holiday-shopping season.

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