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MONTAGNE: Facebook announced its latest quarterly results, reporting revenues just under $1.5 billion.
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The company showed a profit of nearly $220 million for the quarter but this fell short of analysts' expectations. CEO Mark Zuckerberg blamed the missed target on higher costs. Company spending is up 60 percent this quarter over the previous one due to hiring and new developments.
Celeste Corcoran is transported to Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital on April 28.
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Celeste Corcoran (right) and her daughter Sydney Corcoran are transported to Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital from Boston Medical Center on April 28. Sydney, who nearly bled to death after being struck by shrapnel in her thigh, is expected to recover most if not all function. Celeste required amputations of both legs. Doctors say the next phase of her recovery will be a holding pattern.
Of the many things made in Michigan that have become part of the fabric of American culture — the auto industry, Motown — punk rock is often overlooked. In 1967, years before The Sex Pistols performed incendiary anthems, Iggy Pop and his band The Stooges created an explosive new sound in Detroit that would influence generations of musicians.