A massive data breach at the nation's third-largest retailer has now cost its CEO his job five months after it was disclosed.
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The food producer fell short on earnings expectations during the second quarter and its profit outlook left some disappointed.
Antivirus "is dead," according an executive at the company that pioneered such software long ago, and which still drives its revenue.
Losses widened at the drugmaker, which recently revised its outlook for the year due to lower demand for its testosterone gel.
The maker of airplane seats and many of other things you see on a commercial flight said that it could put itself on the block.
The company, which makes software for cable providers and others, fell short of
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