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  1. Blockbuster makes play for Circuit City

    5:00 am 4/14/2008

    Video rental giant Blockbuster Inc. has made an unsolicited offer to buy Circuit City for at least $6 per share, or $1 billion, in cash, a 54% premium over the consumer electronic retailer's closing stock price of $3.90 on Friday.Read more

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  2. Digest: Microsoft a good home for Yahoo

    5:00 am 4/14/2008

    Microsoft's bid to buy Yahoo likely would be approved by U.S. and European regulators while an expanded partnership between the Internet giant and rival Google could prove "troublesome," a UBS analyst said Monday. Software analyst Heather Bellini said she sees a Microsoft-Yahoo deal "as relatively low risk" and estimates only a 15%-25% chance that the deal would be nixed by regulators.Read more

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  3. Stocks fluctuate on disappointing earnings

    5:00 am 4/14/2008

    Stocks fluctuated Monday as investors grappled with concerns about the health of corporate profits after U.S. bank Wachovia Corp. and Dutch conglomerate Royal Philips Electronics NV posted disappointing quarterly results.Read more

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  4. DreamColor comes true for HP

    5:00 am 4/14/2008

    HP and DreamWorks Animation previewed new display technology Monday at the National Association of Broadcasters Show in Las Vegas.Read more

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  5. SAG, studios head to table

    5:00 am 4/14/2008

    After months of industrywide angst, SAG will sit down at the bargaining table Tuesday with Hollywood studios and the networks. The outcome of the talks is critical to the recovery and ongoing viability of the TV and film business.Read more

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  6. Ahead of talks, SAG sidelines petition

    5:00 am 4/13/2008

    SAG's national board has sidelined attempts by a faction of members that would have limited voting on the upcoming TV/film contract, as well as any strike authorization.Read more

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  7. Yahoo board OKs meetings with suitors

    5:00 am 4/13/2008

    During a Friday meeting, Yahoo's board authorized the company's management to meet with Time Warner and Microsoft this week, according to a New York Times article, but the portal still has not made a formal decision on its future structure.Read more

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  8. Shaw second-quarter earnings boom

    5:00 am 4/11/2008

    Canadian cable operator Shaw Communications on Friday reported tripled second-quarter earnings on higher demand for its cable, Internet and phone services and a CAN$188 million ($184 million) tax recovery.Read more

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  9. EchoStar hearing request denied

    5:00 am 4/11/2008

    TiVo on Friday said a federal appeals court has denied EchoStar's request to have a panel of judges rehear arguments related to their long-standing patent dispute.Read more

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  10. Stocks drop after disappointing GE profits

    5:00 am 4/11/2008

    Wall Street fell Friday after a disappointing first-quarter report from General Electric Co. stoked concern about the health of corporate profits and the wider economy. The major indexes lost more than 1%.Read more

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