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US moves to levy tariffs on steel from South Korea, 8 other nations
The U.S. energy boom has boosted demand for steel tubes. Above, a view through tubing used in parts at a Reliance Steel & Aluminum subsidiary.
US Targets South Korea Over Steel  New York Times
US imposes duties on Korea steel pipe  Bangkok Post
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Seeking Revival, Cadillac Goes Outside for a Chief
Johan de Nysschen of the Infiniti Motor Company of Nissan is joining General Motors as president of its Cadillac division. Credit Larry W. Smith/European Pressphoto Agency.
GM Hires Infiniti Chief de Nysschen to Head Cadillac  Wall Street Journal
If YOU Were Johan de Nysschen What Would YOUR FIRST Actions As President ...  AutoSpies.com
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Rate Debate Heats Up Among Fed Officials
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen will testify to Congress on Tuesday and Wednesday. Getty Images. A debate is intensifying among the Federal Reserve's regional bank presidents about whether to push interest rates up from zero sooner than ...
Endgame for World Cup, Fed Bond Buying  U.S. News & World Report (blog)
Rising bond yields point to rate rises  Financial Times
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Crumbs Cupcake Chain Files Bankruptcy With Bidder on Tap
Crumbs Bake Shop Inc. (CRMBU:US), the New York-based chain that went public three years ago at the peak of the cupcake craze, filed for bankruptcy after arranging a potential takeover with a venture including the maker of Dippin' Dots ice cream.
Crumbs Cupcakes Get a Lifeline  New York Times
Investor Group Says Crumbs to Seek Sale in Chapter 11  Wall Street Journal
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Global stock indexes up slightly as Portugal fears ebb; oil down sharply
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Major global equities markets edged higher and the yen stabilized against the U.S. dollar on Friday as worries about Portugal's biggest bank ebbed, while oil prices dropped on easing concern about supply losses in the Middle East.
Dollar stable vs euro as Portugal fears ease  Business Recorder
Markets steady after Portuguese bank scare  Washington Post
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Amazon asks FAA for permission to fly drones
FAA rules allow hobbyists to fly drones, like this small one in Middletown, Md. Amazon says it has been testing drone delivery indoors and in other countries.
US retailer wants to test-fly its new drones  The Nation
Amazon asks FAA for permission to deliver via drones  Tulsa World
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Former CEO of CalPERS pleads guilty to fraud, corruption charge
Federico Buenrostro said he took $200,000 in cash bribes from Alfred Villalobos. (Ramin Talaie / Bloomberg News). Marc Lifsher contact the reporter · Economy, Business and FinanceTrials and ArbitrationJustice SystemFinanceCalifornia Public Employees' ...
Former CalPERS CEO Fred Buenrostro pleads guilty  SFGate
US super fund ex-chief pleads guilty  Herald Sun
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Biggest Weekly Loss Since April for S&P 500
But they still posted losses for the week, following a string of record highs and the Dow Jones Industrial Average's first time above 17000.
S&P 500 Has Worst Week Since April on Europe, Valuations  Businessweek
US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall St ends up; indexes post losses for week  Reuters
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With Merger, Tobacco Takes On Technology
Photo. Credit Harry Campbell. Disruptive technology can spur takeovers as companies, fearing for their business, race to bulk up and acquire innovators.
Reynolds American, Lorillard Confirm Merger Talks  Wall Street Journal
Tobacco shake-up likely as merger talks begin  Irish Independent
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SEC sees price and reality not in 'Cynk'
That took the Securities and Exchange Commission, which put the brakes on Cynk trading Friday after the stock topped out at $21.95 per share the day before.
Cynk Technology's Valuation Defied Gravity Without Revenue, Rousing SEC  Wall Street Journal
SEC halts trade in Cynk over possible stock manipulation  GlobalPost
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