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Client Exodus to Push BlackBerry Fees Down: Analyst

Research In Motion will be forced to slash the fees it charges carriers for BlackBerry service this year, an analyst said on Monday as another U.S. government customer edged away from the service, cutting into a pillar of the struggling smartphone company's business model.

Client Exodus Likely to Push BlackBerry Fees Down

Research In Motion will be forced to slash the fees it charges carriers for BlackBerry service this year, an analyst said on Monday as another U.S. government customer edged away from the service, cutting into a pillar of the struggling smartphone company's business model.

Client exodus to push BlackBerry fees down: analyst

Research In Motion will be forced to slash the fees it charges carriers for BlackBerry service this year, an analyst said on Monday as another U.S. government customer edged away from the service, cutting into a pillar of the struggling smartphone company's business model.

O'Neill to Succeed Parsons as Citigroup Chairman

Citigroup Inc. announced Friday that Richard Parsons would quit as chairman of the firm at its annual meeting in April and Michael O'Neill, the former chief executive of Bank of Hawaii Corp, would succeed him.

Wall St ends strong month on down note

Stocks dipped on Wednesday, snapping a four-day winning streak after comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke disappointed investors hoping for a strong signal of more stimulus.

James Murdoch Steps Down as News Corp U.K. Unit Head

James Murdoch, the younger of 80-year-old media baron Rupert Murdoch's two sons, will relinquish his position as executive chairman of U.K.-based newspaper publisher News International, following a phone-hacking scandal that shut down the News of the World newspaper.

India Q3 GDP Growth Slows Down to 6.1%

India's economy grew at 6.1 percent in the October-December quarter, the slowest rate of growth in 11 quarters, official data released on Wednesday showed.

PlayStation Network Down Again: March Sees First Maintenance Since Vita Release

PlayStation gamers, be sure to get in those last few rounds of “Uncharted” or “Battlefield” with your buddies before Thursday. On March 1st, the Sony PlayStation Network service will be down, according to its official blog. The hiatus, beginning around 11 a.m. and lasting until after midnight, seeks to address bugs, optimize performance, and perform necessary maintenance.

Penney's February sales down

J.C. Penney Co Inc's February sales are down from last year, its chief executive said on Friday, as the retailer tries to get shoppers used to a new pricing strategy that does not include the discounts that hurt margins.

Penney's February sales down

J.C. Penney Co Inc's February sales are down from last year, its chief executive said on Friday, as the retailer tries to get shoppers used to a new pricing strategy that does not include the discounts that hurt margins.

Sri Lanka Beat Australia by 3 Wickets

Sri Lanka chased down 280 with four balls to spare to clinch a confidence-boosting three-wicket win over Australia in their one-day match in Hobart on Friday and take top spot in the tri-series tournament.

Sensex Drops; Bharti, Kingfisher Down; SBI up

The BSE Sensex was headed for a second day of decline on Thursday as investors booked profits from recent rallies as concerns mounted over the state of the global economy, including rising oil prices.

Wall Street to open slightly down; housing data on tap

Wall Street stocks were poised for a modestly lower open on Wednesday, putting the three-day winning streak for the S&P 500 in jeopardy after weaker-than-expected euro zone economic data and ahead of a report on the U.S. housing market.

Johnson & Johnson CEO Weldon to step down in April

Johnson & Johnson Chief Executive William Weldon will step down from his post in April after a series of recalls called into question the quality of the healthcare giant's products, from artificial hips to infant Tylenol.

Heart Attack Grill Scare: Should Las Vegas Burger Joint Be Shut Down? [POLL]

Advocacy groups and news sources alike are calling on the Heart Attack Grill to close its doors after one of its patrons suffered an actual heart attack while eating the restaurant's Triple Bypass Burger. Should the grill be shut down, or does the Las Vegas restaurant have the right to stay open? Vote here.

Gold, Silver Suffer Three Straight Days Of Declines

The precious metals market followed Wall Street's skid today, as gold and companies that peddle it were driven down by underwhelming retail figures in the U.S., and ongoing concerns over Greece and the Eurozone.

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