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NYT > Economy
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  • Consultant to Scrutinize Detroit Plan
  • New York’s Case Against Airbnb Is Argued in Albany
  • Hard Bargains on Climate: Why Slavery Is Not Like Carbon Emissions
  • Economic Scene: Acceleration Is Forecast for Spending on Health
  • Sales of Existing Homes Slip in March
  • On the Environment: Forty-Four Years of Earth Day
  • Right Lesson, Wrong Time: Why Economics Failed Us, in 297 Words
  • Losing the Lead: The American Middle Class Is No Longer the World’s Richest
  • Incomes and Outcomes : How Underpaid German Workers Helped Cause Europe’s Debt Crisis
  • WSJ.com US News
  • Small Fish, Big Water Fight
  • Court Backs Affirmative Action Ban
  • Fed Looks Likely to Stick to Path
  • Union Blasts Staples-Run Postal Outlets
  • IRS Workers Disciplined For Misconduct Were Awarded Bonuses
  • Vote Rejecting UAW at Plant Is Certified
  • U.S. to Move Troops Amid Ukraine Tensions
  • Abe's Military Plan May Rattle Region
  • Big Business Boosts a Democratic Senator
  • New Bill of Fare at Tavern on the Green
  • WSJ.com Video - Business
  • Aereo Vs. the Networks: The Supreme Court Battle
  • Supreme Court Upholds Affirmative Action Ban, and More
  • Verizon: Payment-Card Theft Can Be Avoided at Little Cost
  • Supreme Court Says States’ Voters Can Ban Affirmative Action
  • What's at Stake in Aereo's Supreme Court Case?
  • Tesla Seeks China Charge
  • Iraq Oil Output Exceeds Hussein Era
  • Valeant, Ackman Bid for Botox Maker for $46 Billion
  • Glaxo and Novartis Make Major Deals, and More
  • Nike's Struggle to Balance Cost and Worker Safety
  • WSJ.com Video - Economy
  • Supreme Court Upholds Affirmative Action Ban, and More
  • Junk Bonds: Not Worth the Risk
  • Home Depot Climbs; Sarepta Soars
  • Economic Recovery Proves to Be Sluggish, Resilient
  • Ignore Ukraine, Watch Rates, Buy Blue Chips
  • The 'Three Questions' Yellen Is Mulling
  • U.S. Industrial Production Rises in March, and More
  • Slackening Economic Growth Pressures Beijing
  • Why Alibaba Is a Big Deal
  • Pistorius Uses Moonless Night Defense, and More
  • Forbes Real Time
  • Apple Analysts Expect Almost No Revenue Or EPS Growth And Soft Guidance
  • The Error In The New York Times' New The Upshot On US Incomes
  • Apple Broadens Retail Store Recycling Efforts
  • Feeling Skin Is First Smart iPhone Battery Case, Shares Mood With Friends
  • Solaire Shines Light On Philippine Casino Ambitions
  • Innovation Futurists In The UK: Male, Affluent And Long-Term Planners
  • Amending Justice Stevens: How and Why We Shouldn't Change the Constitution Like This
  • Nice Guys Do Finish First
  • Your Local Mall, Re-digitized
  • Want To Earn $5,000? Stop Working
  • Forbes Real Time
  • Apple Analysts Expect Almost No Revenue Or EPS Growth And Soft Guidance
  • The Error In The New York Times' New The Upshot On US Incomes
  • Apple Broadens Retail Store Recycling Efforts
  • Feeling Skin Is First Smart iPhone Battery Case, Shares Mood With Friends
  • Solaire Shines Light On Philippine Casino Ambitions
  • Innovation Futurists In The UK: Male, Affluent And Long-Term Planners
  • Amending Justice Stevens: How and Why We Shouldn't Change the Constitution Like This
  • Nice Guys Do Finish First
  • Your Local Mall, Re-digitized
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  • Forbes - Personal Finance
  • The Secret to Lowering Your Energy Bills
  • 9 Steps to Boost Your Credit Before You Buy
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  • The Economy According To The Fed
  • Does Your Advisor Compare Apples To Pork Chops? Five Ways To Ensure Your Performance Report Isn't A Lemon
  • Court Approves Tax Sale Of New Mexico Property For Less Than 1% Of Its Value
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  • Forbes - Entrepreneurs
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  • Nice Guys Do Finish First
  • Your Local Mall, Re-digitized
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  • Are You Too Tentative? Four Ways To Take Smarter Risks, Not Just Safe Ones
  • Private Equity Shifts Gears In Emerging Markets
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  • Should Congress Curb Donor-Advised Funds?
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  • NBCNews.com: Stocks & economy
  • G8 will produce lots of chatter, but not much else
  • Stocks close in the red on concerns Fed will pare back stimulus
  • Financial markets suffering a crisis of confidence
  • Jobless claims drop, showing labor market still healing
  • What's behind the spike in pump prices where you are?
  • S&P gives US credit outlook a better grade
  • Job growth shows economy expanding at leisurely pace
  • Progress on the jobs front will be slow, but steady
  • Jobless claims drop, labor market improves slowly
  • Businesses slow job creation, raising summer slowdown fears
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  • Many checking accounts still have hidden fees
  • Watchdog: Some IRS workers misuse credit cards
  • Banks pay you to open an account: What's the catch?
  • Reuters: Business News
  • Steady PMIs, sluggish China puts brakes on European shares
  • Germany's private sector expands faster in April: PMI
  • Euro zone private sector on strong footing but still slashing prices: PMIs
  • China Resources (Holdings) appoints new chairman, replacing Song
  • China factory activity shrinks for fourth month
  • Valeant, Ackman offer to buy Botox maker Allergan for $47 billion
  • GM seeks U.S. court protection against ignition lawsuits
  • Wal-Mart to report how compliance targets impacted executive pay: WSJ
  • Deutsche Bank to cut Latin America equities headcount: Bloomberg
  • GM seeks U.S. court protection against ignition lawsuits
  • Reuters: Technology News
  • Huawei says reports of NSA spying won't impact growth
  • Brazilian Congress passes Internet bill of rights
  • Chipmaker Skyworks forecasts upbeat quarter; shares up 12 pecrent
  • Music video hub Vevo monthly viewership up nearly 50 percent to 6 billion
  • VMware revenue beats estimates, but shares dip on sales delays
  • AOL chief communications officer leaves after one year
  • Lytro unveils a more sophisticated 'light-field' camera
  • Greenlight Capital down 1.5 percent in first-quarter, warns of second 'tech bubble'
  • Brazil conference will plot Internet's future post NSA spying
  • Netflix price hikes seen boosting global expansion
  • Reuters Video: Business
  • Rising Ford finds 'sweet spot' in China -CEO
  • Asia Day Ahead: China Inc earnings from banks to booze
  • Obama's journey East tests delicate Asian alliances
  • China's assembly lines still sluggish
  • Breakingviews: Investors lose appetite for China pork IPO
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  • Earnings give momentum back its mojo
  • Cloud computing could be at risk in Aereo ruling
  • Tech innovation vs. legal technicalities in Aereo case
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  • Reuters: Internet News
  • Brazil conference will plot Internet's future post NSA spying
  • AT&T partners with Chernin Group in online video venture
  • Netflix price hikes seen boosting global expansion
  • Espionage hacking grows, with more from east Europe: Verizon study
  • China steps up purge of online porn amid wider censorship push
  • Netflix blasts AT&T fiber network; opposes Comcast, TWC merger
  • Most NYC listings on Airbnb could be illegal: Attorney General
  • Erdogan challenges social media in top Turkish court
  • China heightens alert over illegal funds as internet finance booms
  • Weibo debut highlights complicated dance with Chinese censors
  • Reuters: Mergers News
  • Zodiac says has capacity for 1 bln euro acquisition
  • Barrick-Newmont tie-up could create new top flight Australia gold producer
  • UPDATE 1-Safran keeps goals on jet demand despite firm euro
  • Pure Storage raises $225 mln, CEO says IPO not imminent -Re/code
  • UPDATE 2-South Korea's LG Household considers bid for Elizabeth Arden
  • Amec says trading in line, warns on currency
  • RPT-Market Chatter- Corporate finance press digest
  • Safran CEO sees strong civil market, declines comment on mandate
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  • Reuters: Private Equity
  • UPDATE 1-Private equity firm Ardian raises largest ever fund of funds
  • UPDATE 1-Chinese brokerages queue up for next round of IPOs
  • European private equity firm Ardian raises largest-ever fund of funds
  • UPDATE 1-Safran keeps goals on jet demand despite firm euro
  • Pure Storage raises $225 mln, CEO says IPO not imminent -Re/code
  • UPDATE 1-Patisserie Valerie owner plans London listing
  • UPDATE 4-Pork giant WH Group slashes Hong Kong IPO, seeks up to $1.9 bln
  • Seibu CEO says built up trust with Cerberus
  • Chinese pork producer WH Group cuts HK IPO to $1.88 bln-term sheet
  • Safran CEO sees strong civil market, declines comment on mandate
  • View from the Top
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  • BNY Mellon sees global uncertainty
  • Reshaping Xerox
  • Energy warning by AstraZeneca chairman
  • Maersk and big ships
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  • Telecom Italia – reasons to be hopeful
  • América Móvil: treading carefully in Latam
  • NCR goes mobile
  • HBO's digital Game of Thrones
  • US Equities Market Data - FT.com
  • Harley-Davidson races up S&P leaderboard
  • Ackman in bid for Botox maker Allergan
  • Pfizer talks boost AstraZeneca shares
  • Netflix attacks Comcast’s TWC deal
  • Halliburton rises on positive results
  • Alibaba’s worth is flotation teaser
  • VimpelCom settles dispute with Algeria
  • US investors front run earnings recovery
  • Tech rally lifts Nasdaq off recent lows
  • Director deals send out buy signals
  • Global Economy
  • Lisbon bond sale could signal bailout exit
  • US and Japan step up tariff deal talks
  • High-stakes Asian tour for Obama
  • China data damp market mood
  • Russia looks for economic self-reliance
  • Russian bank launches post-Crimea bond
  • Deals fever grips pharma industry
  • China’s car lobby warns foreign brands
  • Drought and floods could affect commodities
  • Moyes caught offside by PR game
  • Markets
  • China data damp market mood
  • French ‘time-bomb’ can be safely defused
  • Tencent $2.5bn bond sale defies tech gloom
  • China to become top corn importer in 2020
  • Post-Easter bond market sales hot up
  • AB Foods heads FTSE after Primark move
  • Russian bank launches post-Crimea bond
  • Numericable eyes record €8.5bn junk sale
  • US corporate bonds outshine juicier junk
  • Slow start to swaps trading revolution
  • Hedge Funds
  • Fink says tech rout driven by hedge funds
  • Firm partners rush to beat tax crackdown
  • Tech stocks fuel fears of wider sell-off
  • Tiger Cub funds hit in tech stock slide
  • Coatue returns $2bn to investors
  • Elliott Management in insider trading suit
  • Ruffer lowers drawbridge on ambitious castle plan
  • US law firm opens UK activism practice
  • Loeb files suit over Sotheby’s poison pill
  • City watchdogs focus on big hedge funds
  • Commodities
  • Barrick chief hails benefits of merger
  • China to become top corn importer in 2020
  • WH Group set to shrink Hong Kong IPO
  • Drought and floods could affect commodities
  • HKEx moves into commodities business
  • Osisko sees off hostile bid from Goldcorp
  • Anglo American plots exit from Rustenburg
  • Europe can end Russia’s gas stranglehold
  • India’s top court lifts ban on mining in Goa
  • BP refuses to fund spill studies
  • Financial Times - Currency Markets News and Data
  • Eurozone PMI close to three-year high
  • China data damp market mood
  • Earnings and M&A activity bolster stocks
  • Currency volatility dents Philips profits
  • Industry divided on effect of pound’s rise
  • Asia stocks subdued in thin trade
  • Close watch of China manufacturing index
  • Stocks gain as earnings and data please
  • Time we learnt to love a stronger pound
  • Emerging markets repent of ‘original sin’
  • Private Equity
  • Seibu surges 11% on Tokyo market return
  • TPG snaps up Chinese hospital operator
  • Card Factory joins rush of UK retail IPOs
  • Italy’s big banks in US link on bad loans
  • Private equity acquires key stake in NFT
  • UK retirement housing set to come of age
  • Hop-scotching across the globe for deals
  • Director deals send out buy signals
  • Private equity profits spur Blackstone
  • Twitter beats Facebook to mobile ad launch
  • Capital Markets News and Data - FT.com
  • Post-Easter bond market sales hot up
  • Tencent $2.5bn bond sale defies tech gloom
  • Numericable eyes record €8.5bn junk sale
  • Russian bank launches post-Crimea bond
  • US corporate bonds outshine juicier junk
  • Lisbon bond sale could signal bailout exit
  • China data damp market mood
  • Europe’s big winners
  • Earnings and M&A activity bolster stocks
  • Japan revamps pension fund committee
  • NYT > Banking Industry
  • Top Italian Banks Tap Private Equity for Help With Troubled Loans
  • Euro-Zone Fiscal Colonialism
  • Bankers in Hong Kong Join Fight Against Mainland Influence
  • Barclays Said to Join Commodity Exodus
  • Sweden Turns Japanese
  • Treasury Auctions for the Week of April 21
  • Banks Cling to Bundles Holding Risk
  • Goldman, Citi, UBS ... and a Guy in an Office
  • Italian Bank Increases Planned Share Sale to $6.9 Billion
  • Walmart Will Enter Cash Wiring Business
  • NYT > Securities and Commodities Violations
  • Lululemon Officials Won’t Face Fraud Charges
  • Charges Upheld in Another Galleon Trading Case
  • The Wolf Hunters of Wall Street
  • Corporate Lies Are Increasingly Immune to Investor Complaints
  • Justices May Limit Securities Fraud Suits
  • Supreme Court Permits Investor Lawsuits in Stanford Fraud
  • Thomas Is Getting a New Chance to Break Precedent (if Not Silence)
  • KPMG Agrees to Settlement With S.E.C.
  • S.E.C. Judge Censures China Firms Over Audits
  • Financier Says He’s Guilty of Everything but a Crime
  • NYT > Retirement
  • Effort by American Airlines to Cut Benefits Fails
  • Taking a Job Out of the Financial Equation
  • Saving Young People From Themselves
  • Thought Secure, Pooled Pensions Teeter and Fall
  • Tips to Manage Spending in Retirement
  • Childhood Dreams Can Inspire Rewarding Second Careers
  • Detroit Wins Judge's Nod for Contract Settlement
  • Dreaming of a Maserati, but Staying the Course
  • Retirement Advice, Without the Sugarcoating
  • Going Back to School, Without the Pressure
  • Financial Times - Tax
  • Q&A: Offshore tax evasion clampdown
  • Starbucks moves Europe HQ to London
  • Osborne tightens net around tax evaders
  • Inheritance should be a tax on the living
  • Osborne publishes new tax statements
  • Credit Suisse adds $477m charge for probe
  • Caterpillar probe shifts focus to tax code
  • Lenders seek to ease bank tax burden
  • Japan poised to widen corporate tax base
  • Internet groups face global tax crackdown
  • WSJ.com Video - News
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  • Anti-Keystone Protesters Trot Into Washington
  • Basque Nationalists Claim Reluctant Spanish Town
  • What to Know About the Electoral College Debate
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  • Syrian Opposition Group Claims Chlorine Gas Attack
  • Supreme Court Says States’ Voters Can Ban Affirmative Action
  • Biden Warns Russia to Pull Back Forces
  • Syrian Rebels Get U.S. Anti-Tank Missiles
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  • Anti-Keystone Protesters Trot Into Washington
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  • Biden Warns Russia to Pull Back Forces
  • McCain: Current Foreign Policy Is Too Passive
  • McCain: Give Ukraine Defensive Weapons
  • Jerry Seib: Putin's Options to Bypass Sanctions
  • GOP Gov. Rick Scott Airs Spanish Campaign Ad
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  • Basque Nationalists Claim Reluctant Spanish Town
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