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MarketWatch - Friday, Dec. 20, 2013

Two electronics companies are making curved TV’s and Chipotle is getting into the pizza business.
CBSNews -- Two electronics companies are making curved TV’s and Chipotle is getting into the pizza business.

One day after the Federal Reserve announced plans to taper its support of the U.S. Economy, long-term interest rates are on the rise. While treasury notes dropped for a second day pushing 10-year yields to a 3 month high.

After ending up almost 300 points on Wednesday, the DOW gained just 11 points Thursday.
The NASDAQ was down by 12.

Samsung and LG Electronics, two of the world's largest makers of televisions, will unveil enormous curved TV’s at the U.S. Consumer Electronics show in January.

The 105-inch next generation televisions have what they call ultra-high definition. The two tech giants say the TV watching experience will be similar to an Imax movie -- where you can see "the minutest detail in breathtaking clarity."

There is no word on when the new sets will hit the retail market.

And Chipotle is moving into new territory. The restaurant chain known for its burritos and quesadillas will open its first pizzeria in Denver in May.

It will be called pizzeria locale and will have a similar set-up to Chipotle where customers walk up to a food bar and watch as their pizza is made. Customers can choose their own toppings ranging from anchovies to zucchini or order one of ten pre-made specialties.


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