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In the News: BK, Cisco, Sears and more

Posted by Dale Buss on March 15, 2012 09:10 AM

In the News

AB InBev extends U.S. Olympic/Team USA sponsorship.

Boeing tussles with Indian government over delays in delivering Dreamliner to airline.

Burger King posts a healthy quarter.

Cisco announces intent to buy NDS for $5 billion to add TV software.

Firefox plans sharing on social networks in its update.

Fox sees American Idol get black eye over finalist's arrest record.

GBTV seeks to expand internet viewing of Glenn Beck's show and other programming.

GM says Volt is under political microscope.

Goldman Sachs loses $2.2 billion after NYT "Why I'm quitting" op-ed.

Google may replace phone ring tones with ads; and refreshes its search function.

HBO cancels Luck original series after deaths of horses in production.

Microsoft to launch incubator in Israel.

NHL tries to get more viewers by showing more games.

Samsung bid against Apple over IP hits snag in The Hague.

Sears closes 53 hardware stores.

Starbucks seeks European domination.

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