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Yellen Touts Slow, Steady Approach
Chart of how U.S. investors feel about the possibility of an interest rate hike. Tribune News Service. By Steven Mufson. The Washington Post.
Global Economy Weekahead - US jobs to add heat to Fed lift-off debate  Reuters India
Yellen touts a slow, steady approach  DAWN.com
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Dow Chemical to sell most chlorine assets in US$5b deal
[MIDLAND] Dow Chemical Co will separate a portion of its century-old chlorine business and sell it to Olin Corp in a tax-efficient deal worth US$5 billion as part of efforts to shed low-margin assets.
Dow Chemical: A Buy As Transformation Accelerates  Seeking Alpha (registration)
Dow Chemical and Olin Corporation sign $5 billion deal for chlorine business  NY City News
Problems at SeaWorld with its Exposure of Abusing Animals being supplied ...
SeaWorld The profits at SeaWorld are beginning to feel the effects of the bad exposure of how they treat their marine animals. This exposure was generated by the movie Blackfish and the subsequent book Beneath the Surface: Killer Whales, SeaWorld, and ...
Lawsuit against SeaWorld over treatment of whales  The Silver Ink
SeaWorld debate flares: Are families souring on orca shows? (+video)  Christian Science Monitor
Nation's biggest nuclear firm makes a play for green money
The biggest player in the beleaguered nuclear power industry wants a place alongside solar, wind and hydroelectric power collecting extra money for producing carbon-free electricity.
The Nuclear Power Company Exelon thinks they Deserve to be Treated how ...  The Standard Daily
Pressured by low cost gas, nation's largest nuke firm desires to say it ...  Chicago Daily News
Stock of Local Interest: Kraft soars on Heinz merger
The announcement of Kraft Foods' intention to merge with Pittsburgh-based H.J. Heinz sent the stock soaring 44 percent last week to a Friday close of $89.10 per share.
Is Mondelez the next takeover target?  Crain's Chicago Business
Steelers: So What's the Deal with Heinz Field?  Still Curtain
Seattle will no longer fund travel to Indiana
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Seattle Mayor Prohibits City Employees From Traveling to Indiana  ABC News
Seattle mayor bans city-funded travel to Indiana  New York Recorder
Regulating payday loans is tougher than it sounds
This week, President Obama was in Birmingham, and had some words about payday loan places. This industry seems to be under attack, so why don't they just reduce their rates to more reasonable levels?
New rules may keep consumers off payday loan hamster wheel  Boston Globe (subscription)
State joins efforts to curb payday debt traps  TriCities.com
Pepsi Dislodges Diet Coke From No. 2 Top Soda Spot
(Photo : WalMart) To raise people's awareness of the amount of sugar most people consume, George Prior took a 30-day challenge of drinking 10 cans of Coca-Cola every day.
Pepsi overtakes Eating plan Coke as second-most well known soda  New York Recorder
Diet soda sales fall in US; Pepsi takes back No. 2 spot  Waterbury Republican American
State jobless rate edges down to 5.5%
Arkansas' unemployment rate continued a slow decline in February, dropping to 5.5 percent from 5.6 percent in January, the U.S.
Vt. unemployment rate hits 8-year low  Rutland Herald
Local, state unemployment down  The Killeen Daily Herald
Ford CEO Mark Fields Banked $18 Million In 2014
Look away �Occupy�-ers, cuz' the super rich are still, well, super rich. Case in point, Ford CEO Mark Fields. The chief exec banked a cool $18.6 million in salary and compensation in 2014.
Ford CEO Mark Fields Earned $18.6 Million for All of 2014  Modern Readers