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China Factory Gauge Shows Weakness in April
BEIJING--China's manufacturing sector in April turned in its weakest performance in a year, according to a private gauge of the country's factory activity, suggesting that Beijing may need to speed up its efforts to boost the economy.
China April Manufacturing Weakens Further in Final HSBC PMI  Bloomberg
MarketsChina manufacturing haunts Asian markets  Financial Times
Washington Post  
DIARY- Emerging Markets Economic Events to May 14
May 4 (Reuters) - For other diaries, please see: Top economic events. Government debt auctions. Political and general news events.
Aust dollar falls in early trade  The Australian
The euro just had its strongest month in five years  The Daily Republican
Comcast must show what's next after collapse of deal
NEW YORK - Comcast Corp., which reports financial results Monday, faces some tough questions about what's next for the country's biggest cable company after its dreams of a far-reaching network collapsed with the death of its $45 billion Time Warner ...
Charter Keen on Friendly Deal Talks With Time Warner Cable  Nasdaq
Charter pursues 'friendly' approach to TWC: Report  CNBC
2016 Chevrolet Volt now has a price tag
It seems that Chevrolet is going full steam ahead with the 2016 model of its hybrid electric vehicle, the Chevy Volt. Now it has a price tag in the US, and an even sweeter deal for those in California.
Price of 2016 Chevrolet Volt cut by $1200 down to $27320  Market Business News
Chevrolet Volt Base Price Drops $1200  CDA News
FAA Investigating Lasers That Struck Dallas Planes
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM/AP) - The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has a warning for Dallas pranksters: Think before you point. A green laser struck two small planes overnight in Dallas, raising safety concerns in an incident that can be prosecuted as ...
Two Texas Pilots Report Early-Morning Laser Strikes  KWTX
FAA: Green laser lights struck 2 small planes in North Texas  KEYE TV
AAA: Higher crude prices partly to blame for gas price spike
For the first time in 4 months, it cost you than 2.50 a gallon for gas, and Triple-A Mid-Atlantic says the blame fell, in part, on rising crude oil prices.
AAA: Gas prices climb 17 cents in last two weeks  Augusta Free Press
Summer gas prices to stay low  Standard Speaker
Celebrating Strong Women For A Good Cause
LANSING, MI (WLNS) - May is the month of change for Habitat for Humanity across the nation,for what is called the Women's Build.
Utah women to trade briefcases for tool belts this week  Daily Herald
Habitat finds a new home  Shelbyville Times-Gazette
Court Injunction Blocks Allegiant Pilot Strike
A US judge has said pilots at Allegiant Air do not have grounds to strike, granting a preliminary injunction making it unlawful for the pilots to strike.
Judge Bars Strike During Mediation  CBS Local
Business as Usual � Allegiant Air Pilots Should Continue Working as ...  Modern Readers
Market places strain on dairy farmers
Dairy farmer David Wood poses on Thursday at Eildon Tweed Farm in West Charlton. Wood says he's currently selling milk for less than it costs to produce it, but he hopes prices will recover in the fall.
Low milk prices, glutted market put strain on dairy farmers  Auburn Citizen
Lower prices, excess supply strain dairy farmers  Torrington Register Citizen
Let Social Security Help Jazz Up Your Retirement Plan
April was Jazz Appreciation Month, but it's always a perfect timen to move your feet and revel in the smooth beats of one of America's most beloved musical genres.
When Do You Qualify for Full Social Security Benefits?  Motley Fool