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March 31 (Bloomberg) — Lightspeed Trading Former CEO Steve Ehrlich and Yale University’s Stephen Roach discuss high frequency trading on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg) — Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube:

April 1 (Bloomberg) — Federal agents are investigating whether high-frequency trading firms break U.S. laws by acting on nonpublic information to gain an edge over competitors. Attorney Doug Burns speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

April 2 (Bloomberg) — In an event in New York, Amazon unveiled FireTV, a television-viewing device for streaming movies, television shows and other video from the Web. Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson and Paul Sweeney reports on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.” (Source:

April 9 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg’s Trish Regan, Julie Hyman and Matt Miller report on today’s ten most important stocks including Toyota, Hershey and La Quinta. (Source: Bloomberg)

Google is moving deeper into the travel business. It now review hotels and restaurants via Zagat and is expanding ties with big hotel groups like Hilton Worldwide. Google has also sealed a licensing deal with hotel booking software startup Room 77 to help with its travel booking efforts. The major q

Ata Gonzalez soft launched G FarmaLabs in December 2013. Since then, the manufacturer of cannabis extracts, oils and chocolate won first place for best edible at the High Times Cannabis Cup in San Bernadino just two months ago. Most recently, the family man received an offer of $100 million for a 20

Markets suffered a heavy selloff, with the Nasdaq leading the charge on its heaviest one-day fall since late 2011. Tech stocks and biotechs were dumped while defensive assets such as gold were favored. Traders said such heavy falls paved the way for a heavier selloff, with many stocks having already

April 10 (Bloomberg) — Bill Gross, founder and chief investment officer at Pimco, offers insight into the departure of former CEO Mohamed El-Erian on Bloomberg Television’s “Bottom Line.”

The Family Dollar Stores are in need of a major turn around a midst declining sales and profits. On Thursday they announced they will cut jobs. Profit declined 35% along with sales of about 4% from the previous quarter. For their lower income shoppers price matters. So to remedy these issues the com

Showrooming, where consumers browse in stores but shop online, hurt mass retailers like Borders and Circuit City, and now it’s spreading to the luxury fashion sector, WSJ’s Christina Passariello reports on Lunch Break. Photo: Louis Vuitton Subscribe to the WSJ channel here:

April 14 (Bloomberg) — RBC Financial Analyst Gerard Cassidy and Grisanti Capital Management Co-Founder Christopher Grisanti discuss bank earnings and layoffs on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg) — Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: ht

CEO David Seeger of Great Lakes Credit Union advises some tax-filing mistakes to avoid. For the latest News-Weather-Sports updates visit: Follow WNWO on Facebook: Follow WNWO on Twitter: Follow WNWO on I

Beijing Autoshow 2014,a powwow for auto bigwigs. We chat to CEOs, tech gurus, car designers. All week long, from April 21 — keep it here, on CCTV News.

April 14 (Bloomberg) — University of Florida Assistant Law Professor Omri Marian discusses potential tax abuses using Bitcoin. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg) — Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: On

Chinese mega cities’ housing turnover has shown a sharp fall in recent months. The just ended Beijing Spring Real Estate Expo was more about buyers checking out suburban homes and overseas properties — than housing in downtown Beijing.