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Weibo Shares Surge in Debut -- 6th Update
Shares of Weibo Corp. jumped 19% in their trading debut Thursday, a sharp reversal from the lackluster initial pricing for China's version of Twitter Inc. Weibo ended its first day of trading at $20.24, giving the company a total value of more than $4 billion.
Shares of Twitter-Like Weibo Surge on Opening Day, as China IPOs Mount  New York Times
Sina Weibo sees shares jump 19 percent on first day of trading  Deutsche Welle
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World's largest retailer to offer money transfers
NEW YORK - Walmart Stores Inc. is delving deeper into financial services at its stores and shaking up the money transfer business.
Walmart adds money transfer service
Wal-Mart introduces money-transfer service  Washington Post
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Google's Q1 earnings disappoint investors
Google, Inc. reported a 19 percent increase in revenue to $15.42 billion for the first quarter but failed to impress investors who continued to fret over weak advertising revenues.
Shares Close Mixed to End a Strong Week That Was Bolstered by Earnings  New York Times
Which Google Do you Like?  Uncommon Wisdom Daily
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Michaels says breach at its stores affected nearly 3M payment cards
About 2.6 million payment cards at Michaels Stores and another 400,000 at subsidiary Aaron Brothers may have been affected in a card skimming attack that compromised its point-of-sale systems, the retailer said Thursday.
Security breaches impact 3 Million cards used at Michaels and Aaron Brothers ...  Central Valley Business Times
Michaels latest store hit by credit card hack  Phoenix Business Journal
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Yen at 10-day low vs dollar after US data, Ukraine talks
TOKYO (Reuters) - The yen slipped to a 10-day low against the dollar on Friday after speculators unwound some safe-haven trades following encouraging U.S.
What Janet Yellen Didn't Say: The B-Word  New Yorker (blog)
Dollar up in Asia on US jobs data, Ukraine deal  Business Recorder
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Diageo, Remy Cointreau crimped by Chinese sobriety
LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - Britain's Diageo (DGE.L) and France's Remy Cointreau (RCOP.PA) reported steep sales declines in China on Thursday, failing to revive a taste for their luxury spirits more than a year after an anti-corruption campaign first hit ...
R�my Cointreau : Consolidated Sales for the 12 Months  Wall Street Journal
Diageo Fuels Emerging-Market Concerns as Distillers' Sales Slide  Businessweek
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Impact of 2010 BP oil spill lingers
ST. PETERSBURG - As the four-year mark of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster approaches, environmental groups, marine scientists and local leaders warn that its impacts - and the spectre of oil drilling off the Pinellas Beaches - may still linger.
Coast Guard calls BP's spill cleanup claim premature  Houston Chronicle
SEC Accuses Former BP Employee Of Insider Trading During Deepwater ...  Forbes
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Lowe's Settles EPA Lead Paint Violations by Its Contractors
(WASHINGTON) -- Home improvement giant Lowe's Companies Inc. has agreed to pay $500,000 after federal investigators found its home renovation contractors in nine states had violated safety standards for lead paint.
Lowe's Agrees to Minimize Lead Dust, Pay Fine  ABC News
Lowe's To Pay $500K Penalty To Settle Lead-Dust Exposure Violations  NASDAQ
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Download a Cheerios coupon? You can't sue General Mills. (+video)
Food companies are very adept at using the Web as a vehicle for branding and advertising. You can �Like� your favorite yogurt on Facebook, buy your favorite breakfast cereal online, or download a coupon for your go-to granola bar with a click of a button.
General Mills amends new legal policies  Houston Chronicle
Consumers spooked over General Mills policy that voids right to sue
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US says forfeiture over Iran assets in New York, elsewhere will be record terror ...
NEW YORK - A federal judge has approved plans to sell a 36-story Manhattan office building and other properties owned by Iran nationwide in what will be the largest terrorism-related forfeiture ever, a prosecutor said Thursday.
US: Forfeiture deal over Iran assets sets record
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