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LinkedIn Corp shares plummet in biggest-ever decline as sales outlook trails estimates on slowing core business
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BCE Inc hikes dividend, touts competitive cost structure: ‘We met all of our targets’
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Salesforce names Keith Block COO as it reveals product roadmap for year ahead
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Fitbit unveils new $169.95 Alta fitness tracker that reminds you to get moving
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