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Mick Jagger begins arrangements for Scott funeral

Mick Jagger begins arrangements for Scott funeralNEW YORK (AP) — Mick Jagger has started making funeral arrangements for fashion designer and celebrity stylist L'Wren (luh-REN') Scott, his longtime girlfriend.

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Twitter tweaks website to attract new users

Twitter tweaks website to attract new usersNEW YORK (AP) — As Twitter looks to broaden its appeal beyond its 241 million users, the company is introducing a redesign of profile pages that includes bigger photos, more user controls and a distinct resemblance to Facebook.

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Next says UK recovery not yet sustainable

Next says UK recovery not yet sustainableBy James Davey LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economic recovery is being driven by an unsustainable pickup in consumer borrowing which could be derailed by higher interest rates, according to the head of retailer Next, a prominent supporter of the prime minister's Conservative Party. Simon Wolfson made his comments as Next, Britain's second-biggest clothing retailer, reported a 12 percent rise in annual profit to 695.2 million

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Rhapsody and Napster leave Echo Nest following Spotify's takeover

Rhapsody and Napster leave Echo Nest following Spotify's takeoverEcho Nest must have developed cooties after Spotify bought it. Just days after Rdio said it would stop using the song recommendation provider to avoid sharing data with a rival, Rhapsody has announced that it's ramping down its own Echo Nest deal (which also applies to Napster) within several months. The company doesn't characterize the split as a defensive move, though.

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Nielsen's top programs for March 31-April 6

Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for March 31-April 6. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership.... Read more...

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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