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Xerox Sells Outsourcing Business to Atos for $1 Billion by DAVID GELLES


By DAVID GELLES

The disposal is the latest move for Xerox, which has been transformed under the leadership of Ursula Burns from a company best known for making bulky photocopiers into a provider of various business services. 14 more words

Psst! It’s Me, the Mannequin. This Would Look Great on You. by RACHEL ABRAMS


By RACHEL ABRAMS

Retailers are experimenting with mannequins that communicate electronically with customers’ smartphones, hoping to lure them into the store.

Published: December 18, 2014 at 07:00PM… 11 more words

Sony’s Movie Chief Meets With Black Leaders by BROOKS BARNES


By BROOKS BARNES

Amy Pascal, whose emails were disclosed by hackers, met in New York with the Rev. Al Sharpton and Marc Morial of the National Urban League. 15 more words

ROTH

In the past few years I have been reading up on money.  Learning what it actually is, how to handle it, manage it, earn it, invest it and save for retirement.   257 more words

The Biz Of Show

Tenants in London Win Battle Against American Equity Firm by JENNY ANDERSON


By JENNY ANDERSON

The private equity firm Westbrook Partners has thrown in the towel and says it will sell the New Era Estate, a London housing block whose tenants protested its plans to raise rents. 15 more words

Sony Attack Is Unraveling Relationships in Hollywood by MICHAEL CIEPLY and BROOKS BARNES


By MICHAEL CIEPLY and BROOKS BARNES

The attack has disrupted the web of executive, business and talent relationships that stitches together Sony’s core moviemaking operation. 14 more words

Army Says Captains Can Now Retire With Full Benefits

A change in U.S. Army policy this week means that captains being forced into retirement will be granted the full benefits associated with their ranks, instead of retiring with the benefits granted to sergeants as they initially would have had to. 120 more words