Firefox CEO Steps Down, Groupon Returns to TV Advertising
After hitting intraday records, the Dow & S&P 500 ended the day down, along with Nasdaq. Nearly a quarter of The Star-Ledger's workforce is being laid off. Around 167 jobs in the corporate offices of New Jersey's largest daily newspaper are being eliminated in hopes to cut costs. Home prices seem to be leveling off, showing that there is not a real estate bubble on the horizon. While it is expected that home prices will continue to raise, prices are only supposed to raise moderately. While it is instinct to think that automobile recalls are negative , it is important to remember that automobile recalls also benefit car buyers.It shows that there is a safety system in place and that it is working properly. Groupon (GRPN) has decided to return to TV advertising for the first time since its controversial Super Bowl commercial in 2011. The commercial will show off many of the options that the company offers, in a non-offensive manner.
Word on the Street
- Google (GOOG) has plans to update your Gmail account.
- Which retail giants lead the pack in success on mobile?
- Is Apple (AAPL) not the same without Steve Jobs?
- Firefox CEO, Brendan Eich, steps down.
- What you need to know about Windows Phone 8.1.
- UPS (UPS) fires 250 employees for defending a co-worker.
- Citigroup (C) subject of criminal inquiry.
Published on Apr 3, 2014By InvestorGuide Staff