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Mining for tourists: Can it be savior in Appalachia?
Mines built this company town. Could vines - the wine grapes growing on a former strip mine in the hills above - help to draw visitors here?
Mining for vacationers? Components of Appalachia appear to previous for ...  Chicago Daily News
Mining for tourists? Parts of Appalachia look to past for tourism future ...  Fox Business
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Greece's Fate Lies in Athens' Hands, Not Berlin's
One of the Greek government's biggest mistakes since taking office in January has been to assume that its fate lay in German hands.
Greece struggles to accommodate lenders as cash dwindles  Financial Times
Greek bailout in further doubt  The Australian
Fed Chairperson Yellen hints at rate hikes, but cautions against quick increases
Speaking at the Federal Reserve Bank in San Francisco, its chairperson, Janet Yellen spoke about the future possibility of the Fed raising interest rates this year.
Fed's Janet Yellen Pitches Cautious Tack on Rate Increases  Wall Street Journal
The Fed: We Aren't Using Forward Guidance Any More, But, By-The-Way, We ...  Seeking Alpha (registration)
ABN Amro directors renounce pay increase amid public outrage
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - ABN Amro board members are giving up a 100,000-euro ($110,000) pay increase after the Dutch government delayed a decision on selling the nationalized bank amid public outrage at the raise.
ABN Amro Executives Renounce Pay Rises  Wall Street Journal
Execs at Dutch bank ABN Amro give up pay rises after uproar  Yahoo News UK
Mayor of Seattle Prohibits Employees to Travel to Indiana
Seattle, Washington's mayor announced that he was prohibiting any municipal employees from traveling using city funds to Indiana, as more backlash spread over the Religious Freedom Restoration Act signed into law last week by the Indiana governor.
Seattle Mayor stops city funds for employees travelling to Indiana  The Next Digit
Seattle Mayor Prohibits City Employees From Traveling to Indiana  KMBZ
China Pledges 'Radical' Moves To Open Capital Account In 2015
Today, Zhou Xiaochuan, the highly regarded governor of the People's Bank of China, promised to reform China's foreign exchange rules �relatively radically� this year.
China's leaders focus on slowing economy  Financial Times
Head of China's central bank calls for vigilance as growth declines  Irish Times
US stock market has tough week
Major indexes notched modest gains, not nearly enough to make up for the four previous days of losses. It wound up being the second-worst week for the market so far this year.
Stocks Revisit Last Spring's Selloff � With a Difference  Wall Street Journal (blog)
How the Dow Jones Industrial Average Fared Friday  New York Times
Heinz to acquire Kraft Foods Group and create 3rd biggest food company in ...
When a known local company makes a huge acquisition, as the parent of H.J. Heinz did in announcing its intention to buy rival Kraft Foods Group, it should be nothing but good news in its hometown.
Steelers: So What's the Deal with Heinz Field?  Still Curtain
Is Mondelez the next takeover target?  Crain's Chicago Business
Northeast resists more pipelines, despite high gas costs
In this, March 26, 2015 photo, Homer Shannon poses at his home in Windham, N.H. The retired high-tech salesman is part of a 10-family group of neighbors opposed to a planned natural gas pipeline the would run right by his property behind him.
DESPITE HIGHEST GAS COSTS, NORTHEAST RESISTS MORE PIPELINES  Dispatch Times
Northeast, Despite Highest Gas Costs, Resists More Pipelines  New York Times
Nation's biggest nuclear firm makes a play for green money
The biggest player in the beleaguered nuclear power industry wants a place alongside solar, wind and hydroelectric power collecting extra money for producing carbon-free electricity.
The Nuclear Power Company Exelon thinks they Deserve to be Treated how ...  The Standard Daily