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Hewlett-Packard shares look cheap despite big rebound: Barron's

Hewlett-Packard shares look cheap despite big rebound: Barron'sShares of Hewlett-Packard Co are poised to rise by 20 percent over the next year, helped by an expected pickup in information-technology spending, according to an article in the April 7 edition of Barron's. HP's stock has risen 46 percent in the past year, but with a valuation of 8.7 times projected earnings over the next four quarters, it still trades at a 44 percent discount to the market, the financial newspaper said. While spending

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Bryan Cranston: 'Terrifying' face helps me portray LBJ

Bryan Cranston on his terrifying faceKatie Couric interviews Bryan Cranston about LBJ.

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Sharing Punches

Sharing PunchesThe notion of "sparring" -- conflict under control -- is very intriguing in business and in life.

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Review: 'Divergent' doesn't diverge quite enough

Review: 'Divergent' doesn't diverge quite enoughIf you have a kid of a certain age — especially a girl, preteen or thereabouts — then you know the young-adult entertainment message of choice these days:

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Florida woman arrested in topless rampage at McDonald's

A bare-breasted woman wearing only bikini bottoms was observed by security cameras vandalizing a Florida McDonald's. In the video, which went viral on Tuesday, the woman is seen shoving cash registers onto the floor, overturning a drinks dispenser and throwing items at staff before helping herself to some ice cream. Sandra Suarez, 41, entered the McDonald's in Pinellas Park on Florida's west coast on March 24, and when an employee asked her to... Read more...

International Design Week Down Under

by Carlos Andrade During the first week of April, designers from across the world migrated to Melbourne, Australia, to share ideas, practices and dreams. The season is early autumn Down Under and, over the course of four days, the academic, business and design sessions drew an audience of just under three thousand design aficionados, students and practitioners. Wondering if design makes a difference? The International Design Week in Melbourne... Read more...
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