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The inquiry, which has already ensnared Barclays, JPMorgan Chase and Deutsche Bank, has been broadened to include the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, a trade organization for market participants.

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Michael S. Dell considers the Blackstone Group’s preliminary proposal for his company to be potentially friendly to management and may reach out to talk later this week, a person briefed …

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Even though the private equity firm has spent a surprising amount of time and effort examining Dell’s books, people close to the deal are skeptical an offer will materialize.

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Publication of the report on government data requests places Microsoft alongside Google, Twitter and other Web businesses in releasing regular transparency reports.

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Because your biggest worry about death is how it will affect your follower count. There are a few eternal questions that haunt humanity: Is there a point to life? Who…

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Think of how long it takes to access your voice mail and listen to one of those long-winded messages. In text messages, you don’t have to declare who you …

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The venue said one of two shows set for Lisbon has been nixed.

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The State Department dropped an Egyptian activist from a list of women to be honored in Washington on Friday after comments celebrating attacks on Israelis in Bulgaria and the American …

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What did one successful blowhard say to the other?

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When you are one of the great shot makers in golf you work with what you’re given

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The incident happened on the set of E!’s ‘Fashion Police.’

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It seems as if Facebook is not only promoting paid links on news feeds, but also possibly suppressing the ones that aren’t paid for.

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Tools of the 21st-century police department Last year was a record low for murders in New York City, with only 414 (eep) counted. Part of the reason for that number?…

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Will President Obama say to the Supreme Court what he said to the American people in his second inaugural address about same-sex marriage? Obama’s remarks were striking, on several…

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Yesterday, the password for Burger King’s official Twitter account was stolen, and whoever was behind it began doing some kinda funny things, like pretending Burger King had been bought by…

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The attacks over the past month by sophisticated malware seemed to be similar to those recently directed at Twitter and other companies.

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The Obama administration’s latest revision of its contraceptive policy was welcomed by some religious people as a breakthrough , even a “miracle.” Upon reflection, it seems less like the parting…

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Oops, it was a celeb fashion mishap.

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Tracing the origins of the term “Big Data” shows how digital technology is changing the way words and ideas develop and spread, and how they are studied.

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Twitter said that it had been hit by a “sophisticated attack” in which hackers stole usernames, e-mail addresses and encrypted passwords.

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