OIL SHEEN IN GULF OF MEXICO TRIGGERS SPILL RESPONSE: SHELL /Reuters: "An oil sheen spotted near Royal Dutch Shell platforms in the central Gulf of Mexico has caused the company to send a spill response vessel and seek aircraft overflights, a Shell spokeswoman said on Wednesday. The source of the one-mile by 10-mile sheen between Shell's Mars and Ursa projects is unknown and not linked to the facilities, but Shell is responding "proactively," a company statement said."
TRADERS EXPECT LESS DRAMA FOR GOOGLE EARNINGS /Reuters - Doris Frankel: "The options market is not expecting a wild ride for shares of Google following the results from the Internet search giant on Thursday, but it is leaving investors vulnerable to surprises. Google, typically known for volatile post-earnings share moves, tends to report a day before monthly options expiration. But this time it is reporting first-quarter results a week before the April 20 options contracts expire. Wall Street has relatively muted expectations for Google's first-quarter results."
ANDREESSEN HOROWITZ BANKED A 280X RETURN ON THE INSTAGRAM SALE /Business Insider - Nicholas Carlson: "In March 2010, Andreessen Horowitz invested $250,000 in ex-Googler Kevin Systrom's new startup... Turning $250,000 into $70 million is a 280X return in two years — a classic venture home run."Page 2 of 8 | Prev Page | Next Page