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Ellen Pao loses sex bias case against Kleiner
SAN FRANCISCO - A jury ruled against Ellen Pao on Friday in her sex discrimination case against venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
Quinn: What the Kleiner verdict means for Silicon Valley  San Jose Mercury News
Courtroom Drama: Pao-Kleiner Juror Changed His Vote Mid-Verdict  Wall Street Journal (blog)
The Hindu  
Lufthansa could face heavy liabilities
Lufthansa subsidiary Germanwings could face liabilities well above the typical ceiling in airline crashes for the passengers who died on Tuesday when one of its jets was flown into an Alpine mountain, some aviation lawyers said.
We must still believe our journeys are safe, as trust is all we have  Irish Independent
After crash, airlines scramble to introduce two-in-cockpit rule  Times of India
Dow sells chlorine business
Dow Chemical Co. agreed to sell almost all of its chlorine business, the world's largest, to Olin Corp. in a $5 billion deal as it pares less profitable products.
Early movers: DOW, BBRY, GME, RH, YHOO & much more  New York Recorder
Dow Chemical Announces Spin-off with Olin Corporation  FINalternatives
BlackBerry announces lowest quarterly sales in 8 years
BlackBerry posted its lowest quarterly sales in more than eight years on Friday, as the Canadian smartphone maker struggled to find new revenue sources to offset dwindling sales of its handsets.
BlackBerry revenue down a third in a year  Irish Times
BlackBerry's Chen Says Sales Are Bottoming Out in Turnaround  Bloomberg
S&P 500 Clings to Quarterly Gain After Worst Week Since January
Janet Yellen, chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve, said Friday at a conference in San Francisco that she expects the Fed to raise interest rates this year, and that subsequent increases will be gradual without following a predictable path.
US Stocks Snap Losing Streak  Wall Street Journal
How the Dow Jones Industrial Average Fared Friday  ABC News
US Q4 economic growth slows
WASHINGTON, March 27 (Xinhua) -- U.S. economic growth decelerated in the fourth quarter of 2014 and is likely to slow further in the first quarter of 2015 despite robust consumer spending, the U.S.
Curb Your Economic Pessimism  Daily Caller
U.S. Economic Growth, Corporate Profits Slow  Nasdaq
Dollar's 9th Month of Gains Signals Faith in Fed Remains Intact
After the Federal Reserve tempered market expectations for a mid-year interest-rate increase last week, sending the dollar to its biggest weekly decline since 2011, traders refocused on the bigger picture: the U.S.
Fed chair: Rate hike could come this year  Longview News-Journal
Yellen says rate increase may be warranted later in year  Washington Post
Analysts: Potential Intel-Altera deal could be a 'win-win'
Intel is reportedly in talks to buy Altera, a deal that analysts say could benefit both chipmakers. The deal would provide Intel with a new business line and bring new production work to its cutting-edge factories, analysts said.
UPDATE 3-Intel in talks to buy Altera, shares of firms surge  Reuters
Altera stock soars on report of sales talks with Intel  The State
Kraft-Heinz Deal Offers Small Comfort for Stocks
Market has a rocky week, as expected earnings weakness and greenback's strength take a toll on outlook for shares and U.S. GDP.
Heinz execs meet with city leaders to discuss merger with Kraft  Atlanta Journal Constitution
The Globe's stars and dogs for the week  The Globe and Mail
Consumer sentiment slips in March on bad weather
Bad weather and rising gasoline prices pushed U.S. consumer sentiment a bit lower in March. The University of Michigan's consumer sentiment index slipped to 93 this month from 95.4 in February.
Low gas costs assistance push customer optimism to decade high, survey finds  Chicago Daily News
Low gas prices help push consumer optimism to decade high, survey finds  Los Angeles Times