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SC Paper Wins Pulitzer for Reporting on Domestic Violence
NEW YORK - The Post and Courier of Charleston, South Carolina, won the Pulitzer Prize for public service Monday for an examination of the deadly toll of domestic violence, while The New York Times collected three awards and the Los Angeles Times two.
New York Times wins three Pulitzers  Business Insider
South Carolina's Post and Courier, New York Times win Pulitzers  GMA News
Raytheon broadens cybersecurity products with $1.9 billion deal
Raytheon Co. With its $1.9 billion deal to acquire network security company Websense, Waltham-based defense contractor Raytheon Corp.
Missile-maker Raytheon Buys Websense for $1.9 Billion  eWeek
Raytheon buys control of cybersecurity firm Websense  CNET
IBM Shares Stay Mostly Flat As Q1 2015 Earnings Again Beat Estimates But ...
An IBM engineer tests new SyNAPSE chips in California. (Credit: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images). IBM IBM missed on revenue for its eighth of nine quarters in a row on Mon.
IBM shares inch up in after-hours, in spite of 12% dip in 1Q revenue  Nasdaq
IBM First-Quarter Earnings Top Wall St. Expectations  New York Times
FOREX-Dollar supported as Greek debt woes weigh on euro
... * Dollar holds to gains after euro slides overnight. * Euro awaits German economic sentiment survey for possible relief. * Battered Aussie eyes RBA meeting minutes for further cues.
Stocks steady after China stimulus, euro hurt by Greek woes  Reuters India
How to Break the 'Mutually Assured Misperception' Between the U.S ...  Huffington Post
Apple, IBM lead tech gain before earnings as US stocks rebound
NEW YORK - U.S. stocks surged, recovering nearly all of Friday's selloff, as technology shares including Apple and Microsoft rallied before the industry's largest companies provide a clearer picture of quarterly earnings.
Dawn Market Synopsis  FX News Call
U.S. stocks rebound on Monday as Chinese, Greek news fuels rally  Nasdaq
Kaisa defaults as developer says can't pay dollar debts
HONG KONG - Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd. became China's first developer to default on its U.S. currency debt after failing to honor missed payments on two dollar bonds.
Kaisa Defaults on Dollar Debt in First by Chinese Developer  Bloomberg
Chinese property developer Kaisa defaults on dollar bonds  Arizona Daily Star
Europe Is Expected to Charge Gazprom in Antitrust Case
BRUSSELS - European antitrust regulators are expected on Wednesday to charge the Russian energy giant Gazprom with abusing its dominance in natural gas markets, a move that could escalate Western tensions with Moscow.
EU's Antitrust Charge Against Gazprom: Another Putin Disaster  Forbes
Brussels to charge Russia's Gazprom with market abuse  The Australian Financial Review
Halliburton Posts Net Loss Amid Energy Sector Downturn
Halliburton posted a net loss amid a steep fall in drilling in North America, the company's biggest market. Halliburton lost $641 million as it took charges of $823 million in asset write-downs and other items.
Halliburton Oil  San Antonio Express-News
Lower oil prices lead Halliburton to cut 9000 jobs, post to 1Q loss of $643 ...  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Brown calls tiered water ruling 'a straitjacket' for conservation efforts
An appellate court Monday struck down a Southern California city's method of charging water users based on a tiered-rate system, potentially dealing a heavy blow to municipalities across a parched state laboring to curtail water consumption.
California Court Finds Tiered Water Rates Unconstitutional  Wall Street Journal
Appeals Court Rules Against Higher Water Rates for Big Users  NBC 7 San Diego
New Cards for Medicare Recipients Will Omit Social Security Numbers
WASHINGTON - Concerned about the rising prevalence and sophistication of identity theft, most private health insurance companies have abandoned the use of Social Security numbers to identify individuals.
New law to strip Social Security numbers from Medicare cards  San Antonio Express-News
Sen. Sanders: Expand benefits, don't cut them  USA TODAY