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Molson Coors exec talks competition

Molson Coors reported its first-quarter results on Tuesday. The company's sales volume and net income fell, but the brewer's leaders said it was gaining a bigger share of key markets. Investors wanted to know more and Molson Coors CEO Peter Swinburn discussed it on a conference call. Full story

Smartphone boom lifts phone market in first quarter

Strong demand for smartphones gave a further boost to overall cellphone market volumes in January-March and made iPhone supplier Apple Inc a rare winner on the market, research firms said on Friday. Full story

Nokia to cut 4,000 jobs worldwide

Nokia Corp. said Wednesday that it will lay off 4,000 people worldwide by the end of 2012 as it strives to cut costs amid stiff competition from top smartphone rivals. Full story

Amazon eyes rosy revenue

Amazon.com gave a confident revenue forecast that suggested its aggressive expansion into new businesses is paying off, soothing concerns about its slimmed-down profit margin. Full story

AMD shares slide while Intel's rise

Shares of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. dipped Monday, the first day of trading since the world's second-largest maker of chips for personal computers issued its quarterly report. Full story

Reynolds American 1Q net income climbs

Reynolds American Inc.'s first-quarter net income surged as the cigarette maker benefited from strength in its Pall Mall and Camel brands and higher prices. Full story

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