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     Datawatch Corporation  is tanking on Friday after announcing preliminary second-quarter results below analysts' estimates. By midmorning, shares had plummeted 30.7% to $14.34. The data analysis software developer said it expects revenue between $7.8 million and $8 million for its March-ending quarter, less than an average $8.61 million from analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters.

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     Yingli Green Energy was falling 3.1% to $4.02 Friday after lowering its PV module shipment guidance fr the first quarter. The solar panel maker now expects its PV module shipments to fall by a low 30%, where it previously expected a mid-20% decrease in shipment volume. Despite the delayed shipments Yingli still expects to ship between 4GW and 4.2GW in fiscal 2014.

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    WASHINGTON-- The Justice Department said it's indicted nine people who infected thousands of business computers with malicious software known as "Zeus." The indictment alleges that the "Zeus" malware captured passwords, account numbers, and other information necessary to log into online banking accounts. The conspirators allegedly used the information captured by "Zeus" to steal millions of dollars from account-holding victims' bank accounts.

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    As Box opened its books for the world to see, many potential future investors were taken aback by the company's soaring sales and marketing expenses, which were exceeding total revenue dollar amounts. With the markets distracted by the costs revealed in the S-1 filing last month, important announcements made by Box at its first developer conference about two weeks ago flew under the radar.

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    Updated from 10:41 a.m. to include information from Verizon Wireless. Customers who trade in their working smartphone at Best Buy (BBY) could potentially get a free Samsung Galaxy S5 depending on the value of the device they trade in. Customers who trade in their current smartphone at a participating Best Buy (BBY) store can receive a credit of up to $200 when trading up to the Galaxy S5.

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     China-based internet company SINA Corporation (SINA)  has announced its board's approval of a new share repurchase program Friday. By market open, shares have gained 1.5% to $53.98 on the news. Shanghai-based SINA (SINA), owner of social media platform Weibo.com, said it planned to repurchase ordinary shares with an aggregate value of up to $500 million. Must Read: Warren Buffett's 10 Favorite Growth Stocks.

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    Updated from 9:38 a.m. to include additional analysis on UPS in the ninth paragraph. NEW YORK In yesterday's letter to shareholders, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos touched on a number of initiatives, but perhaps the biggest is the company's plan for faster delivery.

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    Story updated at 10 a.m. to reflect market activity. Shares of Imperva (IMPV) gained 0.6% to $28.18 in morning trading. The firm set a price target of $35 for the security software company. "After the unexpected Q1/14 negative preannouncement, we are upgrading IMPV to a Buy rating," Breza wrote. Must read: Warren Buffett's 10 Favorite Growth Stocks.

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    NEW YORK-- Certain Canadian government websites will be disabled to the public as a precautionary measure in response to the Heartbleed bug, according to a statement from Treasury Board issued late Thursday. Canadian federal websites running unpatched OpenSSL software will be disabled until the security patches have been put into place and tested, the statement said. Canada had earlier halted access to its online tax-filing service because of Heartbleed.

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    * Infosys seen posting 18 pct growth in Q4 net profit, lagging rivals. * Staff attrition highest among India's top-3 IT outsourcing firms since Murthy's return. * CEO Shibulal to retire by January; latest senior executive to leave. * External hire as next CEO could be good for Infosys - investor. By Nivedita Bhattacharjee.

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    Spanish telecoms provider Telefonica (TEF) has offered concessions in a bid to secure European Union antitrust approval for its proposed takeover of KPN's E-Plus unit in Germany, the European Commission said on Friday. The 8.6-billion-euro deal could spur more consolidation in the telecoms sector, which faces its fifth year of declining revenues in 2014.

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    The encryption bug that has the Internet on high alert also affects the equipment that connects the Web. Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO) and Juniper Networks Inc. (JNPR), two of the largest manufacturers of network equipment, said Thursday that some of their products contain the "Heartbleed" bug, meaning hackers might be able to capture user names, passwords and other sensitive information as it moves across corporate networks, home networks and the Internet. Many websites-- including those run by...

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    Anatel, the Brazilian telecommunications industry watchdog, approved on Thursday a draft proposal for the auction a rights to run the 700 megahertz spectrum for fourth-generation data services, according to a statement. The draft plan will be subject to hearings starting May 2 for a 30-day period, the statement said. An auction for the service is scheduled for August.

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    Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi met Etihad Airways Chief Executive James Hogan on Thursday to discuss a potential investment in national carrier Alitalia , a source in the premier's office said. The source said a development could emerge in the coming hours or days.

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    Google (GOOG) will begin selling its much-anticipated Google Glass on April 15, the company said on Thursday. "On April 15th at 9am EDT, you'll have a limited time chance to join the Explorer Program. The price of Google Glass is $1,500 plus taxes, and it's available only for a limited time, on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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    Canada's public broadcaster will no longer bid for professional sporting rights and will slash more than 650 jobs in the next two years as it tightens its belt following a slump in ad sales and previous cuts to its funding from the federal government.

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    U.K. mobile phone company Vodafone Group (VOD) on Thursday agreed to buy an 11% stake in its Vodafone India unit after the Indian government lifted caps on foreign ownership of phone companies. Vodafone (NYSE:VOD), of Newbury, England, would pay Piramal Enterprises, controlled by Indian billionaire Aja Piramal, 89 billion rupees for the shares.