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Yahoo's de Castro got $58M for 15 months on job
Henrique de Castro's 15 months as Yahoo's chief operating officer may have ended on a sour note, but it was sweetened by a severance package valued at nearly $58 million.
Marissa Mayer aims to persuade Apple to choose Yahoo over Google: Reports  Economic Times
Is Yahoo angling to replace Google on iOS devices?  CNET
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Stocks gain for 3rd consecutive day
Investors drove stock prices to their highest level in a week Wednesday, encouraged by a crop of corporate earnings and reassuring U.S.
US Stocks Close Higher for Third Day in a Row  ABC News
U.S. stocks rise on Yahoo earnings, data; Dow gains 1.00%  NASDAQ
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Google earnings disappoint; analysts ask how much can it continue to grow
Internet users are migrating to mobile devices, but ads on phones and tablets still do not have the familiarity and appeal they do on bigger computers.
Google's earnings less than forecast  Boston Globe
Despite 19% Revenue Growth, Google Again Disappoints Investors In Q1  Forbes
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian stocks creep ahead, tech sector a drag
... * Asia shares mostly higher, Nikkei ends flat. * Wall St lifted by dovish Yellen, upbeat Fed Beige Book. * Google and IBM fall after hours as earnings disappoint.
Asia stocks fail to match Wall Street gains  StarNewsOnline.com
Asian stocks struggle to match Wall Street vigour  Economic Times
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AmEx Profit Surpasses Estimates as Customer Spending Increases
American Express Co. (AXP:US), the biggest U.S. credit-card issuer by purchases, posted a first-quarter profit that beat analysts' estimates as customer spending climbed.
Leash on expenses helps AmEx counter muted user spending  Fox Business
AmEx profit tops estimates on higher user spending, lower expenses  CNBC.com
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Europe Stock-Index Futures Little Changed on Fed Remarks
European stock-index futures were little changed, with equities heading for a weekly gain, as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen reiterated the central bank will continue to support the economy.
Yellen says jobs remain too weak to raise rates  Boston Globe
Yellen Sees Muted Inflation as Unemployed Keep Wage Press  Businessweek
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China's Weibo sets IPO share price low at $17 per share
China's Twitter-like microblogging behemoth Weibo priced its initial public offering on Wednesday at $17 per share, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Weibo IPO below expectations, raises $285.6 million: Report  Economic Times
Weibo valued at $3.46 billion after bottom-end IPO pricing  Chicago Tribune
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Uninsured Rate Drops More In States That Expanded Medicaid, Run Own ...
News outlets also provide updates on Medicaid expansion efforts and debates in Colorado, Virginia, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina and Indiana.
Obamacare effects are bigger than expected, poll finds  Los Angeles Times
Uninsured rates lower in states that embraced Obamacare  Washington Times
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Bank of America Still a Buy After Earnings Miss
Despite hefty legal bills, America's second largest bank is poised to benefit from recovery and rising rates. Email; Print; Comments; Order Reprints.
Legal costs hit Bank of America's bottom line  CNNMoney
Bank of America's financial crisis costs become a recurring nightmare  WTAQ
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SAP warns exchange rate impact to worsen in second quarter
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German business software maker SAP warned on Thursday that it expected the negative impact of volatile exchange rates to worsen in the second quarter as the strong euro weighs on its financial results.
SAP Sales, Earnings Miss Estimates Amid Shift to Online Software  Businessweek
SAP Sales, Earnings Miss Estimates Amid Shift to Online  Bloomberg
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