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Electric cars star at Beijing motor show
Tesla Motors' first delivery of a car to a Chinese customer on Tuesday will come in a week when electric vehicles are centre stage at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition - the biggest car show in the world's largest car market.
GM to invest $12 bn in China and plans more plants  Economic Times
UPDATE 2-GM to battle VW in China with $12 bln investment and new plants  Reuters
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Arkansas Unemployment Rate Down
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The unemployment rate in Arkansas is declining, dipping below the 7% mark for the first time in more than five years, according to state officials.
Unemployment rates fall in 21 states last month  The Oshkosh Northwestern
Monthly Unemployment Rate Down from a Year Ago  Nebraska City News Press
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General Mills reverses course on right to sue after backlash
Last week, the company posted new legal terms to its website that some read as eliminating customers' right to sue the company.
General Mills Reverses Legal Terms After Controversy  TIME
General Mills scraps controversial new legal terms  Chron.com
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US stock market ends higher as earnings pour in
Continue reading below. Wall Street was off in observance of Good Friday. Stocks were mostly higher last week as upbeat earnings news from several big US companies encouraged investors.
Stocks end higher as earnings pour in; market closed Friday  The Seattle Times
Shares Close Mixed to End a Strong Week That Was Bolstered by Earnings  New York Times
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Strike at Nike, Adidas China supplier halts output
TOKYO - Striking workers at a shoe factory in China halted production for a fifth day in a dispute over company contributions to employees' social security and housing funds.
Chinese trade group to mediate shoe factory strike  Philly.com
Shoe Factory Protests Continue In China  Fashion Times
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BP refuses to shell out on research into oil spill oysters
BP is refusing to pay a large bill for US government-led studies into its 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, including research into its impact on dolphins, whales and oysters.
BP Gets an Anniversary Gift From the Obama Administration  Care2.com
BP oil spill anniversary  WEAR
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Obamacare enrollment nears 1.4 million in California exchange
Covered California signed up more than 200,000 consumers for Obamacare coverage after extending its enrollment deadline by two weeks, bringing the statewide total to nearly 1.4 million people.
Covered California approves $89M in additional spending  Sacramento Business Journal
Covered Calif. Sign-Ups Reach 1.4M at End of Open Enrollment  California Healthline
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The Slow Decline Of Biofuels - Corn Stover Inclusion Won't Help
Biofuels - ethanol - were trumpeted as being a renewable alternative to fossil fuels for decades. Finally, in 2005, it got the mandates and subsidies environmentalists insisted were necessary to make inroads against a mature industry like petroleum.
It's Final -- Corn Ethanol Is Of No Use  Forbes
Study: Fuels from corn waste not better than gas  Arizona Daily Star
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Grand Coulee fishing spot closed since 9/11 opens
GRAND COULEE, Wash. (AP) - A popular fishing spot below the Grand Coulee Dam has reopened for the first time since the terrorist attacks of Sept.
Closed area of Rufus Woods Lake now open for fishing  The Seattle Times (blog)
Rufus Woods below Grand Coulee reopened  The Olympian
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FULL TEXT: Senior vice-president Deep Nishar talks about Linkedin's big plans ...
We are excited to announce that we reached a big milestone today: there are now more than 300 million LinkedIn members in the world!
LinkedIn reaches 300 million users  Afterdawn.com
LinkedIn Reaches Milestone of 300 Million Members  Ticker Report
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