Topic: Apollo Global Management LLC

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  • Business news: Five things to watch March 28

    Business news: Five things to watch March 28

    The bulls were in charge last week, taking advantage of a big drop in volatility to stealthily sprint ahead. Stocks will try to keep the momentum going Monday, despite geopolitical risk and more potentially horrid housing data. Here are the Top 5 business news events we're watching for on Monday:

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  • Twinkies to make sweet comeback in 3 weeks (+video)

    Twinkies expected to return to store shelves July 15 after a crippling strike and liquidation of the company last year. The new company making Twinkies and other Hostess products is operating a leaner, nonunion operation.

  • Twinkies could be back on shelves by summer (+video)

    Twinkies, cupcakes, and other Hostess cakes will make a comeback as company cancels auction and sells to buyers it had had picked provisionally. Buyers Metropoulos and Apollo Global Management said Twinkies and other snack cakes would be on store shelves by summer.

  • Twinkies back in business? Hostess picks a bidder (+video)

    Twinkies may be back in business soon. Bankrupt parent company Hostess has agreed to terms with two investment firms, which will buy the Twinkies brand and five bakeries for about $410 million. 

  • Dow jumps 218 on market's biggest 2012 day

    Bank stocks led the market to its biggest single day gain of 2012. The Dow rose 218 points to close at 13177, its highest close since 2007.

  • Stock market melt-up? One of five things to watch March 30.

    Stock market melt-up? One of five things to watch March 30.

    Stock market has done the opposite of a melt-down this quarter, despite crises in Egypt, Libya, and Japan. Without gains in just two sectors, however, the stock market would be far less buoyant.

  • Business news: Five things to watch March 28

    Business news: Five things to watch March 28

    The bulls were in charge last week, taking advantage of a big drop in volatility to stealthily sprint ahead. Stocks will try to keep the momentum going Monday, despite geopolitical risk and more potentially horrid housing data. Here are the Top 5 business news events we're watching for on Monday: