U.S. techs fall after run-up; Dow near unchanged


(Updates to midmorning) By Bill Rigby NEW YORK, April 26 (Reuters) - U.S. technology stocks fell slightly on Monday after three days of gains as investors took the opportunity to sell shares after a run of strong earnings. Blue-chips were near unchanged before major results later this week but were buoyed by Boeing Co. as the aerospace company received an order for 50 7E7 Dreamliners, its new flagship passenger jet. Meanwhile, skirmishes between U.S. troops and insurgents around ...

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