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Asia up on Wall St rally and China hopes, euro sags on Greece
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks rose across the board on Tuesday after a rally on Wall Street and steps by China to shore up its economy boosted risk appetite, while Greek debt worries again haunted the sagging euro.
Asia up on Wall Street rally and China hopes, euro sags on Greece  Livemint
Global Markets: Asia up on Wall Street rally and China hopes, euro sags on ...  GMA News
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Tesla tease: 'Major new product line'
Tesla Motors shares jumped on Monday after Elon Musk tweeted that the company would unveil a "major" new product line next month, leaving analysts guessing.
Musk turns to Twitter about new product  Boston Globe (subscription)
Tesla CEO Musk's upbeat tweets about China boost stock  Reuters
Net-a-Porter Merges With Yoox Creating Online High Fashion Giant
London-based web fashion firm Net-a-Porter agreed to merge with Italian online retailer Yoox Group, according to an announcement on Tuesday.
Richemont to Merge Net-A-Porter With Yoox Group  Wall Street Journal
CompaniesYoox and Net-a-Porter agree luxury merger  Financial Times
BNSF adds new safety measures for crude oil trains
After an oil tanker derailment in Galena, the ABC7 I-Team looked at the dangers posed to Chicago and to areas all over the country by rail cars filled with crude oil.
In brief: Railroad to slow oil trains in cities  Houston Chronicle
BNSF railroad adds new safety rules for crude oil trains  Chron.com
UPDATE 1-Oil extends losses as deadline for Iran nuclear deal looms
... * Iran negotiations enter last 24 hours. * Framework nuclear accord with Iran could still fall apart. * U.S. crude stocks seen hitting new record high -poll.
Oil Set for Third Quarterly Drop as Deadline in Iran Talks Looms  Bloomberg
Oil prices edge lower as Iran nuclear deadline approaches  Zee News
UPDATE 1-Philips sells 80.1 pct of lighting components unit for $2.8 bln
(Updates with details, quotes, byline). By Toby Sterling. AMSTERDAM, March 31 (Reuters) - Philips said on Tuesday it has agreed to sell an 80.1 stake in its lighting components division for $2.8 billion to Go Scale Capital, a new investment fund that focuses ...
Philips to Sell Lighting-Division Stake for $2.8 Billion  Bloomberg
Philips Sells Lighting Business to Consortium  Wall Street Journal
Amazon Home Services Lets You Hire Professional Contractors
Amazon has become the place where you buy everything, but a new service that the site is rolling out in the US, called Amazon Home Services, might help it become the place where you hire people to complete all your chores as well.
How Amazon Home Services Could Boost Product Sales  EcommerceBytes
Amazon Offers Referral Service for Household Projects  New York Times
Front end of broken Seattle tunnel machine is lifted
SEATTLE (AP) - Crews have lifted the scuffed and rusty disc-shaped front end of the broken tunnel-boring machine called Bertha from the ground in Seattle, hauling it out of a 120-foot-deep pit so it can be repaired.
Slow, careful liftof Bertha from pit has started  The Columbian
Bertha's cutter face expected to be out of tunnel vault later today  The Seattle Times
Volvo Cars to Open First Plant in US
Volvo Cars has announced plans to open an assembly plant in the U.S., their first, in order to potentially increase sale, according to The Associated Press.
Volvo is building its first factory in the US  The Week Magazine
Business notebook  The State
Bernanke defends policies at Fed in new blog
Ben Bernanke no longer leads the Federal Reserve, but the former South Carolinian is hardly letting up in his defense of the ultra-low-rate policies he engineered - and his successor, Janet Yellen, has continued.
Ben Bernanke's blog post shifts the blame for low interest rates  New York Post
Bernanke banging out blog for Brookings  Fort Wayne Journal Gazette