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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
The Bulls Aren't Pinned  Investing Daily
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Yue Yuen raises welfare contributions for striking workers in Gaobu
Striking workers at the Gaobu factory hold a banner which reads "Give me back my social security [contributions], give me back my housing subsidy," April 14.
Bloomberg briefing  SFGate
Forty thousand workers strike at shoe manufacturer in southern China  World Socialist Web Site
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County's jobless rate lowest in more than 5 years
AUSTIN - Washington County's jobless rate dropped to its lowest level in more than five years during March, figures from the Texas Workforce Commission show.
COMMENTARY: Texas jobless rates fell in March; 3000 jobs added in McAllen ...  Monitor
Texas job growth slows in March  Dallas Morning News
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'Bumpy' California Enrollment Period Ends With Over 3 Million Health Care Sign ...
California health officials say the open enrollment period for insurance has been 'bumpy' but it has ended with more than 3 million people signed up for coverage.
Obamacare enrollment nears 1.4 million in California exchange  Los Angeles Times
Covered California approves $89M in additional spending  Sacramento Business Journal
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Iran says nuclear dispute with the West 'virtually resolved'
TEHRAN - Iran has "virtually resolved" its dispute with world powers over a planned nuclear plant that could produce weapon material, the chairman of Iran's nuclear agency told a state news agency.
Iran says it watered down, converted over 200 kg of enriched uranium  Livemint
Iran proposes limiting plutonium production  The Seattle Times
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Walmart Will Enter Cash Wiring Business
Walmart announced on Thursday that it would allow customers to make store-to-store money transfers within the United States. Credit Laura Pedrick for The New York Times.
A New Way for Walmart to Cash In  Slate Magazine (blog)
Walmart Sends Chills Through Money Transfer Business  ABC News (blog)
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Celebrity No-Show at China Car Show Riles Fans at Hyundai Booth
Roro Cao got up at 5 a.m. to make her way to the Beijing auto show to catch a glimpse of her favorite South Korean actor Kim Soo Hyun, who was recruited by Hyundai Motor Co.
Premium car brands eye China's secondhand market  Reuters
How China's One-Child Policy Can Boost Auto Makers  Wall Street Journal
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LinkedIn hits 300 million milestone; 50% traffic to come from mobile
New Delhi: With over 300 million members, professional networking site LinkedIn is betting big on mobile handsets to drive growth, as 50 per cent of its traffic is expected to come from handheld devices.
LinkedIn clocks 300 million registered users as it chases the next 3 billion  Techie News
LinkedIn hits new milestone � 300 million members  SFGate (blog)
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Chief Justice refuses to stay drug patent ruling
[JURIST] US Supreme Court [official website] Chief Justice John Roberts denied [text, PDF] the request of Teva Pharmaceuticals USA [corporate website] for a stay on the lower court ruling.
Teva's bid to block generic copaxone rejected  Livemint
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Goldman looks to fight rivals with capital advantage
Goldman Sachs was starting to benefit from the capitulation of its rivals in riskier businesses, its chief financial officer said, after earnings marked by record investment banking fees but marred by another poor performance in trading.
Morgan Stanley's Earnings Win: Did It Just Beat Goldman Sachs Group Inc?  Motley Fool
Morgan Stanley Earnings Row Against Wall Street Tide  Wall Street Journal
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