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    1. Sony Devices Segment to Be Split in Three

      How do you keep momentum after a 30% rally in your stock? If you're Sony (NYSE: SNE) chief executive Kazuo Hirai, you split your most profitable division -- Devices -- into three distinct business units. Sony Semiconductor Solutions and Sony Storage Media and Devices will commence operation in April 2016, joining Sony Energy Devices, which was first established in 1975.
    2. Infinera Unveils Unified Portfolio

      Networking gear maker Infinera (NASDAQ: INFN) believes it's chasing a $15 billion market opportunity. Earlier this week, the company unveiled a beefed-up product portfolio aimed at cashing in. New metro (i.e., in and around a city) and long-haul (i.e., between metro areas) network platforms for carrying different types of data at no less than 100 gigabits per second (GB/s) highlight Infinera's upgraded offerings.
    3. Citigroup Joins Fray to Hobble Coal Miners

      Citigroup (NYSE: C) becomes the third major financial institution to assist in killing off the badly injured coal industry. Calling climate change "a global challenge of tremendous magnitude," the third-largest U.S. bank said it was going to cut off funding to coal companies that purportedly contribute to it.
    4. Freeport-McMoRan Has Second Thoughts on Oil & Gas

      For the second time, Freeport-McMoRan (NYSE: FCX) is second-guessing its decision to be in both mineral mining and oil and gas. The copper and gold company announced that after having talks with some of its largest investors, it would be conducting a "strategic review" of its oil and gas assets, which is usually corporate-speak for a separation, whether through a sale, spinoff, or some other divestiture.
    5. Staples Staying Closed on Thanksgiving Day

      Staples (NASDAQ: SPLS), which is currently seeking federal regulatory approval of its purchase of Office Depot, has made a decision that will keep its workers home on Thanksgiving Day. The company has decided to keep its stores closed on the holiday, which bucks a recent trend where many major retailers have been opening the evening before the traditional Black Friday shopping event.
    6. Rogers and Netflix Partner on 4K Television

      Turns out North America's biggest installment of ultra high-definition broadcasting -- otherwise known as 4K -- won't be in the U.S. This week, Canada's Rogers Communications (NYSE: RCI) unveiled plans to bring 4K-ready gigabit Internet service and TV to much of the greater Toronto area in 2016.

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