Senator Jack Reed Sells Apple, Xilinx, and Qualcomm Stock – Barron’s

Sen. Jack Reed. Photograph by Alex Wong/Getty Images Text size Senator John “Jack” Reed disclosed Tuesday that he sold Apple stock and shares of some other high-profile tech names in late February. The Rhode Island Democrat, who serves on several committees, including Appropriations, Armed Services, and Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, sold Apple stock (ticker:…

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Bugatti sells most expensive car ever made for $12.5 million – CBS News

The most expensive car ever made has been sold. The Bugatti “La Voiture Noire,” built to to mark the automaker’s 110th anniversary, sold for €11 million euros ($12.5 million) after debuting Tuesday at the Geneva International Motor Show in Switzerland. After taxes the final sales price hits €16.7 million, or $18.9 million.   “We are paying…

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Artist sells Pringles wine tumblers after viral story of woman banned from Walmart – FOX 59 Indianapolis

COLDWATER, Miss. – The story of a woman riding an electric shopping cart and drinking wine from a Pringles can at a Walmart has become an inspiration for an artist in Mississippi. The story went viral earlier this month after the woman was banned from a Wichita Falls Walmart. Police were called after she allegedly…

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TomTom sells telematics unit for $1 billion to better compete with Google in maps and navigation – VentureBeat

TomTom has announced that it’s selling its telematics division to automotive giant Bridgestone Europe for €910 million ($1,033 billion). Founded in 1991, TomTom is best known for its GPS-powered navigation services and devices, such as satellite navigation units for cars, and it is also one of the major global online mapping platforms, alongside the likes of…

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Costco sells out of 27-pound mac-and-cheese bucket with 20-year shelf life – New York Post

Your comfort food prayers are answered, mac and cheese lovers. Costco has blessed us with a 27-pound “Storage Bucket” of the ooey-gooey good stuff containing 180 servings. This gluttonous golden opportunity is helpfully listed under “Emergency Kits & Supplies” on the Costco website. Oh, and don’t worry if you’re a single person eating for one…

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IBM sells software portfolio including Notes and Domino to HCL for $1.8b – ZDNet

(Image: Getty Images) HCL Technologies has parted with $1.8 billion to pick up a number of IBM software products. The companies said in a release that the transaction should close mid-next year, subject to regulatory approvals. The products HCL has picked up include Notes and Domino; Connections; on-premises versions of Portal, Commerce, and Unica; BigFix;…

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Aetna sells Medicare Part D business to WellCare subsidiary

Brief Dive Brief: A subsidiary of WellCare agreed Wednesday to purchase Aetna’s entire standalone Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage, representing 2.2 million covered lives, according to an SEC filing.  The deal — meant to grease the wheels for approval of the pending CVS-Aetna deal — does not affect individual or group Medicare Advantage plans or…

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