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Clear Channel Is Now iHeartMedia

Clear Channel Is Now iHeartMedia
The nation's biggest radio station owner, Clear Channel, is broadcasting a new signal to listeners and advertisers. The media company has changed its name to iHeartMedia, after its iHeartRadio online network.
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Dynamics CRM Unifies Sales Efforts
Microsoft is taking its CRM product where it's never gone before, breaking down silos between sales and marketing. The company announced the launch of Dynamics CRM 2015, along with other CRM updates.
Larry Ellison Resigns as Oracle CEO
What's changing for Oracle now that Larry Ellison is no longer the software giant's CEO? Probably not all that much, according to those familiar with the organization and its colorful co-founder.
Alibaba and China's New Tech Giants
E-commerce firm Alibaba's stock offering is a wakeup call about an emerging wave of tech giants in China. Until now, Chinese firms that made a splash were state-owned banks and oil companies.
Sony: $2B Loss as Smartphones Drag
Citing intense competition, Sony expects its annual loss to swell to $2B and has canceled dividends for the first time in more than half a century after writing down the value of its smartphone business.
Alibaba Post-IPO: Insiders in Control
Arrangement to 'preserve its culture.'
Netflix Marches Through Europe
Picking the right shows will be key.
Cap One Banker Upbeat on Small Biz
Owners reinvesting in their businesses.
Alibaba Investors Beware of History
Risk: China's rise leaves out investors.
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