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Buffett, Heinz Say Nuts to Soup

wsj.com — It could have been the great tomato mashup. Now investors in Campbell Soup may be left hanging on the vine thanks to the company's large family-owned stake. H.J. Heinz's agreement Wednesday to merge with Kraft Foods Group looks set to create a new global food giant.

Amazon’s Attention Deficit and Spending Spree

wsj.com — Amid its meteoric rise, Amazon.com hasn't exactly showered attention on one key constituency: its shareholders. Suddenly, though, that reticence appears to be lifting. Amazon is meeting this week with East Coast investors. This alone is notable, considering the company's previously rather sparse involvement in such activities.

Retail Investors’ Big Stretch

blogs.wsj.com — Investors in retail stocks are like a pair of pants with an elastic waistband-very forgiving. Wells Fargo looked at how 2015 consensus earnings estimates for retailers have evolved over the past two years and how their stock prices performed over the same period.

Comcast May Yet Switch On Apple TV

wsj.com — Comcast isn't putting out the welcome mat for an Apple TV service. But the cable giant may not be able to block its way, either. NBCUniversal, which Comcast owns, is the only broadcast-network owner not in discussions with Apple.

Apple Upsets the TV Cart

wsj.com — The gatekeepers to an Apple TV service may finally be ceding the way. Media companies, long wary of disrupting the traditional cable bundle, are now in negotiations with Apple for an online TV service. To win over content owners, Apple is likely offering significantly better terms on a network-by-network basis than pay-TV providers.

Court Drama Beckons for Broadband

wsj.com — Broadband providers are no doubt preparing to square off with regulators in court over the latest net neutrality rules. But if the new plan is upheld, they may end up spending even more time in the courtroom. The rules, passed Thursday by the Federal Communications Commission, reclassify broadband as a utility and subject providers to stricter oversight.

Broadband Investors Should Wake Up to Net Neutrality

wsj.com — After years of fearing it like the boogeyman, Wall Street may have gotten a bit too comfortable with the government's latest version of net neutrality. On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission voted in favor of a plan that will reclassify broadband Internet as a utility under a provision of the law known as Title II, subjecting cable and telecom operators to more stringent regulations.

Mobile-Ad Spending Not Equal the World Around

blogs.wsj.com — Mobile advertising is all the rage. But determining which operating system is capturing the biggest share of that booming market depends on what metric you use. From the standpoint of impressions, Google 's Android takes the cake.

Dish Offers a Full Plate of Options

wsj.com — Dish Network was once a satellite-TV company with some wireless spectrum holdings. Increasingly, it is a spectrum holding company with a satellite-TV business tacked on for the ride. In the latest sign of that shift, Dish said Monday that Chairman Charlie Ergen-the company's controlling shareholder and strategic architect-will succeed Joseph Clayton as president and chief executive officer when Mr. Clayton retires March 21....

T-Mobile’s Latest Grappling Tactic

wsj.com — In the battle for control of the wireless airwaves, T-Mobile US is employing a judo technique. Namely, it is trying to use larger rivals' heft and dominance of a recent government spectrum auction to its own advantage in the next auction.
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Mar 27, 2015

@mgsiegler I like the walking tour concept, but I get a little motion sick.

Mar 27, 2015

@kevinroose That's the main difference between the Wall Street wealthy and the Silicon Valley wealthy, imo.

Mar 27, 2015

So let me get this straight: Uber is making it unnecessary to own a car but Uber money makes it necessary to buy one? nyti.ms/1F16GBT

Mar 26, 2015

@AdamJanofsky @wsj I know. And I sit in the middle of the newsroom, not even near the window.

Mar 26, 2015

Smell of smoke has now reached @wsj offices near Rockefeller Center.

Mar 26, 2015

WSJ's ongoing coverage of the East Village fire by @pervaizistan and @jdawsey1 can be found here: on.wsj.com/1EYL1tT

Mar 26, 2015

@Judahe Haha. Good guess. I didn't take note, but that move requires some serious chutzpah.

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