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Payrolls in California grow by 11800
California's employers added 11,800 jobs in March, a modest increase but one that nevertheless kept momentum going in the job market.
Unemployment rates hold steady; jobs added in Southern California, state  San Gabriel Valley Tribune
The California Comeback  FiveThirtyEight
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Stocks end higher as earnings pour in; market closed Friday
Stocks end higher as earnings pour in; market closed Friday. Corporate earnings pushed U.S. stocks mostly higher on Thursday, but it wasn't an easy ride up.
The Bulls Aren't Pinned  Investing Daily
US stock market edges higher as earnings pour in  Boston Globe
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Software developers lead startups' $9.5B 1Q take
Airbnb was one of the top beneficiaries of venture capitalists this quarter, snagging $200 million. Photo: Getty Images. MORE ON: Startups · Oculus founder, just 21, 'never imagined' $2B Facebook deal · Airbnb in talks to raise valuation to $10B despite orgy ...
MoneyTree Reports $35.6M in MI Venture-Backed Deals Last Quarter  Xconomy
Startup funding in 1Q soars to levels not seen since 2001  Dallas Morning News
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GM scores important legal victory in 'park-it' lawsuit in Texas
General Motors may be losing the public relations battle in its recall of defective cars, but the company scored a much-needed victory Thursday in its escalating legal war.
Judge: GM doesn't need to order customers to park recalled vehicles  The Detroit News
US judge: GM doesn't have to order customers to park recalled cars  Tire Business
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Houston's unemployment rate nears 5%
​Houston's unemployment rate is the lowest it's been since September 2008, the Texas Workforce Commission reported Friday.
City unemployment rates continue to drop as agriculture picks back up for summer  LubbockOnline.com
Houston unemployment rate dips to 5.2 percent  Chron.com
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BofA, NYSE, Brokerages Sued Over High-Frequency Trading
Bank of America Corp. and the New York Stock Exchange are among dozens of exchanges, brokerages and traders sued over high-frequency trading by the city of Providence, Rhode Island, over claims they rigged securities markets to divert billions of ...
Providence, RI, Sues Firms Over Stock Trades  ABC News
Exchanges, brokerages hit with high-speed trading class action  Reuters
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Covered California approves $89M in additional spending
A revised budget for Covered California reflects spending on the online enrolmment program that's more than double projections.
Covered California First Open Enrollment Signs up Over 3 Million  Sierra Sun Times
Parsing Obamacare and Covered California sign-ups  San Francisco Business Times (blog)
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Trustee for American mystery plane in Iran is Ogden-based Bank of Utah
OGDEN -- Ogden-based Bank of Utah has been identified as the trustee for an American plane sighted this week in Iran. The plane was spotted Tuesday morning by a New York Times reporter.
Plane spotted in Iran is registered to Utah bank  Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
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Airbnb Said to Close Fund-Raising Deal With Group Led by TPG
Airbnb has closed a new round of financing from a group led by TPG Growth that values the home-sharing company at about $10 billion, people briefed on the matter said on Friday.
Super Startup Airbnb Must 'Scale Trust' Among Users  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Airbnb Reportedly Closes New Round Of Funding Valuing It At $10 Billion  Fast Company
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Wal-Mart's plan to offer money transfer service hits Western Union, MoneyGram ...
During the past decade, Wal-Mart has expanded its offering of financial services to customers yet has been unable to get a bank charter amid resistance from US lenders and labour organizations.
Wal-Mart Looks To Shake Up Money Transfer Industry  ValueWalk
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