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US private sector job growth slows in April: ADP
NEW YORK U.S. private employers added the fewest workers in three years in April, well below economists' expectations, with signs of weak hiring activity across most sectors, a report by a payrolls processor showed on Wednesday.
ADP Shows Private-Sector Hiring Cooled to 156000 in April  Wall Street Journal
Survey: US Businesses Add Jobs at Slowest Pace in 3 Years  ABC News
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Aeropostale files for bankruptcy, plans to close 154 stores
Yet another retailer has cracked under the weight of teen's changing shopping habits. Aeropostale on Wednesday filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, saying in the filing that it was seeking approval to immediately close 154 of its more than 800 stores.
Will your Aeropostale close? Here's the list  USA TODAY
A�ropostale files for Ch. 11 bankruptcy protection, to close 113 stores  Tampabay.com
More bad news for Priceline. Outlook stinks
The online travel giant warned on Wednesday that its earnings for the second quarter would fall far below Wall Street's expectations.
Priceline shares tumble after forecast for slower growth  Reuters
Priceline Warns on Profit Growth  Wall Street Journal
US factory orders rise solidly; inventories pick up
WASHINGTON May 4 - New orders for U.S. factory goods rose more than expected in March, while shipments and inventories increased after eight straight months of declines, signs that the downturn in manufacturing was nearing an end.
US factory orders rose modestly in March  Washington Post
US factory orders rose in March  The Daily Progress
Tesla Motors expected to post wider quarterly loss amid Model X delays
Tesla Motors Inc. is a proven standout at generating hype for cars it plans to build. But the electric-car maker's current production will be the focus of Tesla's first-quarter financial results, due to be announced after the stock market closes ...
Beyond the Model 3, What Do Jittery Tesla Investors Want to Know?  TheStreet.com
Tesla Powerwalls for Home Energy Storage Are Hitting U.S. Market  Bloomberg
Warner Bros. CEO: DreamWorks Animation Sale Won't Cause "Significantly More ...
Kevin Tsujihara says the studio feels "great" about its growth outlook and vows to continue focusing on reducing costs, while Time Warner executives also predict a strong upfront and discuss a possible cable-style Hulu service.
Time Warner profit beats expectations, boosted by Turner, HBO  Reuters
Time Warner Shows Live Sports on Cable Can Still Drive Profits  Bloomberg
US Productivity Fell 1%, Signaling Tepid Growth
WASHINGTON—U.S. worker productivity fell in the first quarter, but wage growth advanced as a streak of solid job gains continued.
Productivity in U.S. Decreases for a Second Straight Quarter  Bloomberg
US Productivity Shrinks Again in First Quarter  New York Times
US ISM services index rises more than forecast to 55.7 in April
NEW YORK The pace of growth in the U.S. economy's service sector increased in April, according to an industry report released on Wednesday.
Most US companies still growing, ISM shows  MarketWatch
U.S. Service Sector Growth Accelerates More Than Expected In April  Nasdaq
UPDATE 1-Checks ordered on Super Puma helicopters after Norway crash
(Adds details of safety checks, background). By Tim Hepher. PARIS May 4 European regulators have ordered immediate checks on Airbus H225 Super Puma helicopters after a crash in Norway on Friday in which 13 people were killed.
Airbus Advises Rotor Checks of Norway Helicopter Crash Model  New York Times
EU Safety Watchdog Orders Airbus Helicopter Checks After Crash  Bloomberg
Bloomberg Splashes Cash At Philadelphia's Soda Tax Initiative
NEW YORK, NY - JULY 03: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg eats a dog at the Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest weigh-in ceremony on July 3, 2013 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.
Soda Sales in Mexico Rise Despite Tax  Wall Street Journal
Tax Doesn't Keep Mexico From Drinking Sugary Soda  Fortune