May 10, 2013

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California health exchange poised to hand out millions in outreach grants
Sacramento Bee
Tens of millions of dollars in outreach grants are set to be awarded next week in a massive campaign to persuade uninsured Californians to buy coverage as a linchpin in the looming health care overhaul. Applicants include community-based nonprofits, ...
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Treasury Yields Climb the Most Since March as Fed Stokes
Bloomberg
Treasury 10-year note yields rose the most in two months as signs the U.S. economy is improving stoked speculation that there is no need for the Federal Reserve to ramp up monetary stimulus. The benchmark notes fell, pushing yields to the highest level in ...
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The Deal: Bain, TPG Get Windfall With Quintiles IPO
TheStreet.com
NEW YORK (TheDeal) -- Quintiles Transnational Holdings (Q) raised about $947 million for its private-equity backers including Bain Capital Partners and TPG Group as research services company held its public offering at $40, and then proceeded to rise.
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Exclusive: US decision on Keystone XL pipeline seen dragging past summer
Fox Business
WASHINGTON – The Obama administration is unlikely to make a decision on the Canada-to-Nebraska Keystone XL pipeline until late this year as it painstakingly weighs the project's impact on the environment and on energy security, a U.S. official and ...
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ArcelorMittal Reports Loss
Wall Street Journal
Despite major cost-cutting moves, ArcelorMittal, the world's biggest steelmaker, swung to a first-quarter net loss of $345 million and warned of ongoing excess supply unless major steel-producing countries cut back production. In an interview, CEO Lakshmi ...
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Dollar Gains Most Since February on Jobs as Yen Falls Below 100
Bloomberg
The dollar had its biggest rally since February as signs of labor market strength suggested the Federal Reserve may reduce stimulus sooner than its peers, driving the yen lower than 100 for the first time since 2009. Japan's currency touched 101.98 against ...
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Jack Lew: Debt Ceiling Won't Be Reached Until Labor Day - CNBC.com
CNBC.com
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told CNBC on Friday that the U.S. debt ceiling would not be reached until September, though he said it was not an excuse for Congress to relax. "The debt limit will be reached in just a few days when it expires on May 18 but ...
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Revel's new Pearl Lounge opens Friday - Philly.com
Philly.com
A Revel Casino security guard stands at the entrance to the as-yet-to-open high stakes slot lounge called the Pearl Lounge May 9, 2013. The Pearl Lounge is undergoing last minute touch-ups before it opens Friday, May 10, 2013 at 7:30 pm. It is one of the ...
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Banks questions access to Bloomberg user data
Financial Times
Bloomberg has come under fire from two of its largest clients, with JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs expressing concern that its journalists had used private details of how bankers use its powerful financial data terminals to steer their reporting. Dan Doctoroff ...
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Natural Gas Settles Down 1.8% at Five-Week Low on Weak Demand
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK--Natural-gas futures fell 1.8% Friday to a five-week low as the market has slipped into the demand lull between the peak winter and summer seasons. Front-month gas posted its first week-ending settlement below $4 per million British thermal ...
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Nearly a third of fliers left devices turned on during flights
Los Angeles Times
A study released this week found 30% of U.S. airline passengers accidentally left their tech devices turned on during flights in 2012. The study was conducted by the Airline Passenger Experience Assn. and the Consumer Electronics Assn. as a way to aid the ...
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City given OK to start spending $1.8 billion in Hurricane Sandy aid
New York Daily News
The White House has given the city a $1.8 billion green light. Mayor Bloomberg on Friday said the city can start spending its first round of federal Hurricane Sandy aid. The nearly $2 billion is part of a promised $16 billion the Sandy-devastated region is ...
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Tesla Motors: Lots of buzz. Is it warranted?
Christian Science Monitor
Tesla Motors had a good week. Skip to next paragraph. Why It Matters. Energy: The transportation sector consumes 70 percent of the oil used in the US. EVs can held diminish that reliance. Environment: Depending on where their electricity comes from, EVs ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Actavis Said to Be in Early Talks to Acquire Warner Chilcott
Bloomberg
Actavis Inc. (ACT), the largest U.S. maker of generic drugs by market value, said it's in "early stage discussions" to buy Warner Chilcott Plc (WCRX), the drugmaker that unsuccessfully pursued a sale last year. Bloomberg reported earlier today that the ...
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US Posts Widest Monthly Surplus Since 2008 on Revenue
Bloomberg
The U.S. posted its widest budget surplus in five years in April as an improving economy swelled tax revenue, easing pressure on lawmakers to lift the nation's debt ceiling. The surplus for the month when tax payments are due increased to $112.9 billion, the ...
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Wall Street ends up, posts third week of gains
Reuters
By Caroline Valetkevitch. NEW YORK | Fri May 10, 2013 4:44pm EDT. NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Dow and S&P 500 ended at record highs on Friday, and stocks posted a third consecutive week of gains as a rise in Google and other technology shares offset ...
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Icahn, Southeastern mount challenge to Dell buyout
NDTV
Activist investor Carl Icahn and Southeastern Asset Management Inc, two of Dell Inc's biggest shareholders, have proposed an alternative to a $24.4 billion buyout led by founder Michael Dell that will take private the world's No. 3 PC maker. Michael Dell ...
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McDonald's Dropping Angus Burger as Customers Favor Dollar Menu
Bloomberg
Jeff Kauck/McDonald's Corp via Bloomberg. McDonald's introduced the Angus third-pounder burgers in 2009. Say goodbye to the Angus Third Pound burger. McDonald's Corp. (MCD) is dropping the $4 sandwich from its U.S. lineup as its hard-hit customers ...
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Pakistan pays $114.6m debt installment to IMF
The News International
KARACHI: Pakistan on Friday paid an installment of over $114 million to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) under the Stand-By Arrangement (SBA) loan facility, said a central bank spokesman. "Pakistan has paid 95.83 million of special drawing rights ...
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Bernanke Sees Important Risks in Wholesale Funding
Bloomberg
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said risks persist in wholesale funding markets used frequently by Wall Street brokers to finance securities trading. "Important risks remain in the short-term wholesale funding markets," Bernanke said today in a ...
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UPDATE 1-Fed's George says hopes US bond buying can be reduced
Reuters
Fri May 10, 2013 5:13pm EDT. JACKSON, Wyo. May 10 (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve should scale back U.S. bond purchases to reduce the risks of continuing to expand its balance sheet, a senior central banker said on Friday, noting that the Fed's last ...
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Former chemical company head enters guilty plea
Seattle Post Intelligencer
HOUSTON (AP) — The former president of a Port Arthur chemical company has pleaded guilty to occupational safety crimes that resulted in the death of an employee. Matthew Lawrence Bowman, former president and owner of Port Arthur Chemical and ...
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Postal Service posts $1.9 billion loss despite efficiency efforts
Washington Post
Increased revenue and savings from efficiency efforts weren't enough to prevent the U.S. Postal Service from losing $1.9 billion in its fiscal second quarter, postal officials said Friday. The earnings report, which follows a $1.3 billion first-quarter loss, spurred ...
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BofA fires back at New York over modification violations
Reuters
By Karen Freifeld. NEW YORK | Fri May 10, 2013 5:54pm EDT. NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bank of America Corp (BAC.N) has fired back at New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman after he threatened to sue the bank for violating the terms of a $25 billion ...
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Hear their registers roar! Florida restaurant rakes in profits amid controversy over ...
New York Daily News
Controversy over a new lion meat taco has a Florida Mexican restaurant roaring all the way to the bank. South Tampa joint Taco Fusion is doing big business from customers hungry to try its lion tacos – made from grilled King of the Jungle meat. "We've been ...
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New York Daily News
WTI Crude Falls to One-Week Low as Dollar Rally Hits Comm
Bloomberg
West Texas Intermediate crude fell for a second day as the dollar climbed, reducing the appeal of raw materials priced in the U.S. currency. Futures declined 0.4 percent as the Dollar Index advanced above 83 for the first time in more than two weeks.
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True Religion to Be Acquired by TowerBrook for $835 Million
Bloomberg
True Religion Apparel Inc. (TRLG), the maker of designer jeans worn by Megan Fox and Angelina Jolie, agreed to be bought by TowerBrook Capital Partners LP for about $835 million. The $32-a-share offer is 8.7 percent more than True Religion's closing ...
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Bloomberg
US Expects Record Corn Crop
Wall Street Journal
Corn futures prices fell after the U.S. government forecast a record harvest this autumn and said domestic supplies would more than double by next year. In a monthly crop report Friday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture projected that U.S. corn stockpiles ...
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Meetup CEO Scott Heiferman On Google Glass - Business Insider
By Daniel Goodman and Kamelia Angelova
A warning for the fans of the newest Google gadget.
SAI
US Government 3d weapon printing - Business Insider
By Geoffrey Ingersoll
On the same day that Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed got a notice from the State Department about ripping his 3D printing handgun schematics from the web, the U.S. Government launched a $200 million initiative, $30 million of which ...
Business Insider
Yelp Optimization: How to Claim & Optimize Your Business Listing ...
By Amanda DiSilvestro
With more than 100 million monthly unique visitors, Yelp is a great place for local businesses to gain visibility. This guide will show you how to claim your business listing, make sure its fully optimized, and ways to encourage more reviews.
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Randy Jackson Leaving 'American Idol' - Business Insider
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Benghazi Talking Points: Scarborough Criticizes Right - Business ...
By Brett LoGiurato
Scarborough suggested that the seriousness of the attack — which left four people dead — was undermined by "screaming" from the right. "You talk about overplaying your hand," Scarborough said. "If a lot of people on the far right hadn't ...
Politics
Commodities Unravel In Friday Trading - Business Insider
By Matthew Boesler
The commodity massacre continues today, and almost nothing is being spared. The U.S. dollar has been rising steadily since yesterday afternoon, which is probably contributing to the weakness. Below is a quick roundup of the damage.
Money Game
Ohio Softball Player Makes Incredible Catch [Video] - Business Insider
By Tony Manfred
Alyssa Wolfe kept the Ohio University softball team alive in the MAC tournament yesterday with an incredible game-ending catch. Ohio was up 3-2 in the final inning when Miami (OH) hitter Jenna Modic drove a pitch toward the centerfield wall.
Sports Page
New Microsoft Ad Shows Google Apps Risks - Business Insider
By Kevin McLaughlin
Baseball great Pete Rose, who was banned from baseball for life in 1989 for gambling on the sport while managing the Cincinnati Reds, made a cameo appearance in a new Microsoft ad. The ad claims using Google Docs is like gambling in a ...
Advertising
Craft Beer Map Of United States - Business Insider
By Megan Durisin
"No Red States. No Blue States. Only Brew States."
Retail
Kaspersky Lab Helping With Hacking Game - Business Insider
By Kevin McLaughlin
A world-class security researcher is pouring over every detail.
SAI: Enterprise
Former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy seeks to form new ...
By Kent Faulk | [email protected]
"With the passage and implementation of Obamacare, I believe that there are many new business opportunities to build and provide high quality, cost effective health care delivery systems and facilities," Scrushy stated. An attorney for Scrushy ...
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3 ways business can benefit from Scope 3 emissions reductions ...
By Ryan Schuchard
New guidance from the GHG Protocol on value chain emissions marks an important milestone for companies looking to track the business benefits of emissions reductions.
GreenBiz

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Fast-food workers in Detroit walk off job, disrupt business - Yahoo ...
From Yahoo! News: By Steve Neavling and Lisa Baertlein (Reuters) - Hundreds of fast-food employees in Detroit walked off the job on Friday, temporarily ...
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Dunkin' Brands chairman Luther retiring - Business - The Boston ...
CANTON— Dunkin' Brands Group Inc. Chairman Jon Luther is retiring and will be succeeded in the post by CEO Nigel Travis. The parent company of Dunkin' ...
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