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Companies' data security in question after Sony hack

Sony hacking fallout puts all companies on alert

In 'Elysium,' a cosmic divide for rich and poor

Records show past turmoil in Calif. gunman's home

How management 'pack' revived Delta Air Lines

CBS 4Q results fall short of expectations

Stars are safer because of actress' murder

Agenda of Japan's Abe challenged as scandals mount

Holograms present celebs with new afterlife issues

Digital warriors battle to get African games on phones

US stocks slide Goldman quickens rate view

Lego overtakes Mattel to lead the game in toy sales

'Candy Crush' decline continues for King, shares fall

Twitter testing 'buy' button as e-commerce plans take shape

Blockbuster to close last of video rental stores

Nadella must renew the world's faith in Microsoft

Warner Bros. shuffles deck as top TV exec leaves

Microsoft beats Street, readies new mobile devices

'Watch Dogs' video game a sign of the times

US Sony chief out amid restructuring

News Corp advertising revenue falls

Holograms present celebs with new afterlife issues

Hollywood struggles vs. new film meccas overseas

Viacom 4Q profit up, helped by 'World War Z' film

Atlanta forms office to support film industry

From eggs to film: A Japanese-American studio head

LA mayor's race matches similar Democratic rivals

Disney to buy YouTube video producer Maker Studios

New tech, venture capital feed "gold-rush" among India's IT start-ups

Sacramento to vote on $477 million Kings NBA arena

Herbalife drops on FTC probe stocks flat

Microsoft Xbox One set to launch in China on September 29

China allows first game-console sales in 14 years