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Greek default necessary but Grexit is not
Until last week, discussions with Greece did not go well. That changed when the circus of international financial diplomacy moved to Washington for the spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
IMF warns of global recovery risks  Herald Scotland
World finance leaders see threats ahead for global economy  Salon
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China cuts banks' reserve ratio
BEIJING--China's central bank reduced the amount of reserves commercial banks are required to hold, freeing up about $200 billion for lending in the latest easing measure to shore up the world's second-largest economy.
Factbox: Chinese RRR and interest rate changes  Reuters
China cuts bank reserve ratio requirement as growth slows  Times of India
Teva shares slide on generic Copaxone fears
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Teva Pharmaceutical Industries shares slid five percent on Sunday after U.S. regulators approved a generic version of its top-selling multiple sclerosis drug and amid reports it was mulling a bid for rival Mylan.
Mylan Obstructed Potential Merger with Teva Pharmaceuticals  Times Gazette
Teva mulling bid for Mylan � Bloomberg  Globes
(NYSE:GE) Restructuring of General Electric
General Electric Inc. have come out stating that after their first quarterly earnings report, changes in its structural design made by the management became evident.
General Electric Revenue Disappoints as Restructuring Continues  Modern Readers
WS News- (NYSE:GE) Restructuring of General Electric  Daily Observer
New Pilots at Turkish Airlines Urged to 'Marry'
Newly-trained pilots at Turkish Airlines are being urged to marry in order to avoid emotional tragedies. By: Hana Levi Julian. Published: April 19th, 2015.
Lufthansa did not act when told Luitz had depression: report  Statesmen News
Warning signs in the mind of a pilot determined to die  Worcester Telegram
IRS Seeks Record $2 Billion In Back Taxes From Prominent Businessman And ...
They say you don't get rich by writing a lot of checks. And if you believe the IRS, failing to pay billions in federal taxes may explain how two brothers and Texas businessmen amassed a fortune worthy of landing them among the Forbes 400 Richest Americans.
SEC Temporary Asset Freeze Not Barred By Automatic Stay Provisions  Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
IRS Says Prominent Texas Businessman, Late Brother Owe $3B  ABC News
Comcast and Time Warner Cable to Meet With DOJ to Negotiate Merger
Comcast Corp. CMCSA -2.09 % and Time Warner Cable Inc. TWC -5.43 % are preparing to meet with U.S. Department of Justice officials Wednesday to negotiate possible concessions that could ease regulators' concerns about the cable giants merging, ...
Time Warner Cable, Comcast to address DoJ's merger concerns  The Australian
How FCC's Lawsuit Against Comcast (CMCSA) Deal Will Blow Other Looming ...  Bidness ETC
Japanese train sets record at 366 mph
A Japanese company said its magnetic levitation train set a speed record this week, reaching 366 mph on a test track. The Central Japan Railway Japanese train sets record at 366 mph Co.
Japanese Maglev Train Sprints into Record Books at 366 MPH
Japan Maglev Train Sets 366 Mph Speed Record  Popular Mechanics
What you need to know about the state's proposed water restrictions
The state water board has modified its proposed conservation regulations in an attempt to incorporate feedback from urban water suppliers, interest groups and members of the public who had roundly criticized its framework.
Second draft of water regulations  Kern Golden Empire
California water-saving mandate shrinks cuts  Indiana Gazette
Shrinking airline seats and the voyage of the crammed
In search of greater revenues, airlines are once again testing their passengers' tolerance for discomfort. A week's worth of headlines show a declining respect for the economy flyer and the risks of where that could lead - more cases of air rage, religious ...
Shrinking airline seats and the voyage of the crammed | Toronto Star  Standard Bulletin