May 11, 2013

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One by One, Homes in Calif. Subdivision Sinking
ABC News
Scott and Robin Spivey had a sinking feeling that something was wrong with their home when cracks began snaking across their walls in March. The cracks soon turned into gaping fractures, and within two weeks their 600-square-foot garage broke from the ...
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Fed, Treasury Looking Into Bloomberg Data Security
Wall Street Journal
Bloomberg LP's disclosure that it had restricted newsroom access to certain customer data prompted an inquiry from the Federal Reserve, the Fed said, as well as the Treasury, according to a person familiar with the situation. "We are looking into this situation ...
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Fla. Mexican Restaurant, Employees Face Threats Over Lion Meat Tacos
ABC News
Angry lion lovers have threatened both a Tampa, Fla. restaurant and its employees after the establishment added recently added the king of beasts to its menu for customers looking to try more exotic Mexican fare. Since Taco Fusion, a Mexican restaurant ...
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JPMorgan Energy Spat Dredges Up Enron
CNBC.com
The last time investors heard the terms "manipulation" and "energy markets" in conjunction with one another, it was during the heady days of now-bankrupt Enron – which became a byword for fraud and market excess. Yet just last week, regulators used those ...
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Bill Gross: 30-year bull market in bonds is over
MarketWatch
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Bill Gross, manager of Pimco's Total Return Fund (US:PTTAX), said via Twitter on Friday that "the secular 30-year market likely ended 4/29/2013." His tweet mentioned that returns will more likely be around the 2% to 3% range in ...
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Gold futures tally a weekly loss of nearly 2%
MarketWatch
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Gold futures on Friday suffered a weekly loss of nearly 2% as a rally in the U.S. dollar and a continued decline in the gold holdings of exchange-traded funds pushed prices down by more than $30 an ounce for the session.
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Chrysler Recalling More Than 301000 Jeep and Ram Vehicles
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Chrysler Group LLC is recalling a total of 301,283 Jeep and Ram vehicles, in three separate recall filings, to correct problems related to transfer cases, airbags and windshield defrosters. In a document files with the National Highway Traffic Safety ...
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Wall Street Journal (blog)
Policy should be tightened, Fed's George says
MarketWatch
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- The Federal Reserve should tighten monetary policy, or the central bank risks damaging longer-term economic growth, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City said Friday, according to a Dow Jones report.
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Dim view on Emanuel education policy, Tribune poll finds
Chicago Tribune
Chicago voters hold a dim view of Rahm Emanuel's stewardship of public education after a tumultuous year that featured a teachers strike and the mayor's push to close many neighborhood elementary schools, a new Tribune/WGN-TV poll shows.
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AT&T Park workers authorize strike
San Francisco Chronicle
AT&T Park concession workers overwhelmingly voted Saturday to give their union the authority to call a strike, a union representative said. The workers voted 500 to 16 before and after Saturday's home game against the Atlanta Braves to give Unite Here ...
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North Dakota death rate is highest in nation. Why?
Christian Science Monitor
North Dakota has the highest rate of worker deaths in the nation, due in large part to the oil boom in the western part of the state in recent years, according to a new report from the AFL-CIO. Skip to next paragraph. Related stories ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Robber hits 5 NYC banks, gets cash from 2
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK — Police are looking for a robber who held up five New York City banks in just over an hour and got money from two of them. The bandit hit a bank on Manhattan's Upper West Side at 12:50 p.m. Friday and robbed or tried to rob four more banks ...
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Asian currencies fall as yen hits record-low level
Taipei Times
Asian currencies completed their first weekly loss in more than a month on speculation that the yen's slide to beyond ¥101 per US dollar will prompt some regional policymakers to weaken their exchange rates to protect exports. The Bloomberg-JPMorgan ...
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Dimon might leave JPMorgan if stripped of chairmanship - WSJ
Reuters India
Sun May 12, 2013 8:40am IST. REUTERS - JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon said he may consider leaving the bank where he has held the top post since 2005, if shareholders vote to split his duties, the Wall Street Journal ...
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Bankers: College debt bubble mimics housing bubble - USA Today
USA TODAY
A group of bankers have just dumped two more problems on the Federal Reserve's plate. The Federal Advisory Council, made up of 12 bankers who meet quarterly to advise the central bank, warned that farmland prices are inflating "a bubble" and growth in ...
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McDonalds removes Angus Third Pounders burgers from their menu
Examiner.com
The Associated Press reported on May 9, 2013 that fast food giant McDonald's was removing the Angus Third Pounder and Angus snack wraps from their menu. Related topics. Food News · mcdonald's. Advertisement. The Angus Third Pounder made its ...
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Egypt confident on IMF deal, timing of next visit unsure: minister
Reuters
ISTANBUL | Sat May 11, 2013 5:47am EDT. ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Egypt's new planning minister said on Saturday he was confident the country would reach a deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on a $4.8 billion loan program, although the timing ...
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Holy Molycorp! That's Some 31% Bounce! - The Motley Fool
Motley Fool
Following earnings results that showed a smaller-than-expected loss in the first quarter, rare-earth minerals miner Molycorp (NYSE: MCP ) surged 31% high on Friday as investors seemed thankful that the modernization of its main Mountain Pass mine hasn't ...
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Borrowers see glitches as big banks sell off mortgage rights
News & Observer
CHARLOTTE — Millions of homeowners around the country have received an unexpected message from their banks: Goodbye. After years of collecting mortgage payments from as many people as they could, big U.S. banks such as Bank of America and ...
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Casino dealer fine lopsided
Allentown Morning Call
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has been getting mighty tough on casinos that violate the law. In March, the board slapped a $68,000 fine on Bethlehem's Sands Casino for six separate incidents in which the casino allowed underage individuals to ...
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Allentown Morning Call
As Pa. gas production soars, some experts question whether state's tax on it is ...
The Republic
PITTSBURGH — A boom in natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania is generating billions of dollars for companies and private landowners, but some experts question whether the state's low effective tax on the bounty makes long-term sense. Unlike most leading ...
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Bumper corn, soybean crops are forecast
DesMoinesRegister.com
WASHINGTON — WU.S. farmers will produce record corn and soybean crops this year, providing a much-needed supply to replenish dangerously low stockpiles, the Agriculture Department predicted Friday. The monster crops bode well for consumers, ...
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U.S. Treasury chief blames Washington for slow growth - GlobalPost
GlobalPost
(Reuters) - Dysfunction in Washington is one of the biggest drags on the U.S. economy, undermining confidence and crimping growth, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said on Tuesday. "One of the most significant speed bumps for growth is coming straight from ...
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Report sees widespread mold after Sandy
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Community groups say a survey of households affected by the superstorm found that 60 percent report visible mold. Photo by Katia Savchuk/City Limits. By Jack Curran, City Limits. Reporting from CityLimits.org. Six months have passed since Hurricane Sandy ...
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Oil demand worries spook investors
Proactive Investors UK
Oil prices shed over $2 per barrel on Friday as the OPEC oil producers cartel fired a warning shot over the level of global demand. It claimed that demand growth has fallen short of expectations in the early months of the year, and while it is sticking to its ...
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Proactive Investors UK
Actavis Confirms Merger Talks With Warner Chilcott
Motley Fool
On Friday, shares of branded pharmaceutical manufacturer Warner Chilcott (NASDAQ: WCRX ) jumped 20% in response to rumors that the company was in talks to sell itself to larger rival Actavis (NYSE: ACT ) . Warner also reported steady earnings, where a ...
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Only 24-hour air traffic control tower in Dakotas taken off list for possible cutback ...
The Republic
FARGO, North Dakota — The only 24-7 air traffic control tower in the Dakotas will stay open through the night, after North Dakota's congressional delegation pleaded with the Federal Aviation Administration to keep the Fargo facility open at all times.
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The Republic
Three companies compete for right to operate Prince George's casino
Washington Post
Three companies have put in bids to build a Prince George's County casino, leading to a high-stakes competition to operate what could be one of the most lucrative gambling venues on the East Coast. On Friday, the deadline for bids, Penn National Gaming ...
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Blogs12 new results for Business
 
5 Controversial Amendments Immigration - Business Insider
By The Fiscal Times
In case there remained any doubt that the debate over immigration reform would be long and arduous, senators on Tuesday filed no fewer than 300 amendments to the bipartisan immigration bill crafted by the Gang of Eight. Some of those ...
Business Insider
How Investors Think: Is your Startup a Feature, Product or Business?
By Eugenia Koo
How do VCs identify what will return multiples on their money, many times years ahead of an outcome?
The Next Web
Republicans Actually Love Deficits - Business Insider
By Bruce Bartlett
Especially when they happen on Democrats' watch.
Money Game
US: Russia Withheld Intel on Tsarnaev - Business Insider
By Agence France Presse
Russia withheld "crucial" information from the United States on one of the suspects of last month's deadly Boston Marathon bombings, The Wall Street Journal reported. Citing unnamed US officials, the Journal said on its website that the ...
Business Insider
Weird Google Earth Pictures - Business Insider
By Dylan Love
Google Earth literally gives us the ability to look at the planet in new ways. And with volumes of satellite photos digitally stitched together to let people explore the Earth's surface from the comfort of their couches, users have found some pretty ...
SAI
Slovenia to adopt austerity plan in bid to avoid bailout — RT Business
By RT
Slovenia, one of the EU's most recent members, is struggling to avoid becoming the fifth eurozone country after Cyprus to ask for financial aid. The challenge for the Alpine country, once a model of socialism, is to prevent an international ...
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Spanish GP: Kimi Raikkonen expects business as usual from Lotus ...
Kimi Raikkonen does not see himself as an automatic candidate for victory at the Spanish Grand Prix, despite securing a place on the second row of the grid.
autosport.com
Joe's Dairy closes its doors after decades of business | PIX 11
By kellyfreundwpix
While Joe's customers say they'll miss the familiar faces and fresh cheese they've always known here at the store, they say Joe's closing is more symbolic of a bigger problem for mom and pop shops in SoHo.
PIX 11
Photos: The One Show 2013 Awards - Business Insider
By Laura Stampler
Ad execs mingled with George Takei earlier this week as they gathered in Lincoln Center to attend "The One Show." The "Star Trek" lead hosted the advertising awards that celebrated the best creative work of the year, which included ...
Advertising
Rival lawsuits based on illicit gaming - business | Stuff.co.nz
By REBECCA STEVENSON
A struggling Auckland golf club which sold its course to property developers ran an illegal pokies operation which pulled in almost $1 million in revenue from gamblers and paid out under $10000 in grants.
Stuff.co.nz - Business
18-year-old Londoner awarded $100k to start tech business | CNET ...
By [email protected] (Joe Svetlik)
An 18-year-old has become only the second Brit to be awarded the Thiel Fellowship, pocketing £65000 to start his own tech business.
Latest articles in Crave at CNET UK
5-day food system business accelerator program | Slow Money Maine
By Slow Money Maine Admin
Fair Food Network has launched the Fair Food Fund-Northeast to invest in local food enterprises. Alex Linkow of FFN is partnering with College of the Atlantic to develop a 5-day intensive business accelerator program for high potential, ...
Slow Money Maine

Web5 new results for Business
 
The Right Way to Voice Your Complaint - Harvard Business Review
For any organization to thrive, employees need to be able to question how things are done and express dissent. But no one wants to hear grievances.
hbr.org/tip/2013/05/.../the-right-way-to-voice-your-complaint...
Nicki Minaj: Music business is like one big popularity contest - NY ...
The mean girls got Nicki Minaj ready for a music career — and now she's not afraid to say she doesn't care what they think.
www.nydailynews.com/.../nicki-minaj-music-business-big-pop...
Business calendar for the week of 05/12/13 - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Disability Matters with Joyce Bender, 2 p.m., online. Speaker: Cindy Shapira and Amy Snider. Visit www.voiceamerica.com. Business Referral Network of ...
www.post-gazette.com/.../business-calendar-for-the-week-of-0...
Business Buzz: Fairfield Inn construction on Ramsey ... - Fayetteville
Construction is under way at the Fairfield Inn & Suites on Ramsey Street near McArthur Road, which will be the first hotel in fast-growing north Fayetteville.
www.fayobserver.com/articles/2013/05/12/1255376?sac=fo...
Reader's view: Carlson used News Tribune to advertise ... - Duluth
Reader's view: Carlson used News Tribune to advertise business. I have to express ... To neighboring business people just trying to make a buck? In fact, to an ...
www.duluthnewstribune.com/event/article/id/266892/


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