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Germanwings Insurers Set Aside $300 Million for Crash
Andreas Lubitz competes at the Airportrun in Hamburg, on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009. Photographer: Michael Mueller/AP. (Bloomberg) -- Germanwings insurers have set aside $300 million to pay expenses from last week's plane crash.
Germanwings tragedy highlights stigma surrounding mental illness  Fox News
Lufthansa executives visit Alpine crash site where 150 died  U-T San Diego
Sacramento Bee  
GLOBAL ECONOMY-European factories buoyant but weak Asia adds to stimulus ...
... * Companies struggling in China and much of Asia. * Euro zone factory growth at 10-month high. * British manufacturing expansion fastest for eight months.
European shares reverse early losses on strong factory data
Weak demand in Asia calls for more stimulus  BDlive
Eurozone Manufacturing Activity Picks Up
Manufacturing activity in the eurozone grew more rapidly during March than first estimated and at the fastest pace in 10 months, according to surveys of purchasing managers, while the weaker euro boosted new orders from overseas buyers.
UK manufacturing activity hits 8-month high  Financial Times
European industrial revival adds to recovery hopes
Minnesotans in oil train 'danger zones' urged to prepare
The 322 Douglas County residents who live near railroad tracks carrying North Dakota crude oil should be prepared for a train accident, a state emergency management official says.
North Dakota launches oil rules hoping to curb US rail disasters  WTAQ
Cheap oil prices chop jobs by thousands  USA TODAY
CBRE says it plans to buy global workplace solutions unit of Johnson Controls ...
NEW YORK - CBRE Group Inc. said Tuesday that it will pay $1.475 billion in cash to buy a unit of Johnson Controls Inc. that manages spaces for corporations.
Plots & Ploys  Nasdaq
CBRE to pay $1.48B for office management business  Real Estate Weekly
GoDaddy races onto Wall Street with $460 million IPO
The website hosting service known for its racy Super Bowl ads and sponsorship of NASCAR star Danica Patrick raised $460 million Tuesday night through an initial public offering.
GoDaddy Raises $460 Million in U.S. IPO Priced Atop Range  Bloomberg
GoDaddy revs up tech sector with Wall Street offering  Economic Times
Athens aims to tighten ties with Russia
As talks founder with the country's international creditors, the government is focusing on preparing for a visit to Moscow next week by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in a bid to make it a historic meeting, marking a new chapter in Greece's foreign policy and in ...
Europe Off To A Weak Start As Greek Concerns Weigh  Action Forex
Why markets may shrug off a Greek tragedy  CNBC
Oil Trades Near One-Week Low as Iran Talks Extend Past Deadline
The sun rises beyond oil storage tanks at the Enbridge Inc. Cushing storage terminal in Cushing, Oklahoma. Crude stockpiles in the U.S.
Oil prices edge lower as Iran talks extend beyond deadline  Reuters
Expect Crude oil prices to trade lower: Angel Commodities
Charter to acquire Bright House for $10B
The deal ultimately would create the second-largest cable operator in the country behind Comcast, controlling about 10 million video subscribers.
Bright House Deal Advances Malone's Cable Ambitions  Wall Street Journal
Charter Communications Buys Bright House Networks
StanChart senior executive Shankar quits in latest management change
LONDON (Reuters) - Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered Plc (STAN.L) said senior executive Viswanathan Shankar had quit and announced a number of management changes in another reshuffle as it seeks to turn around its fortunes.
Standard Chartered Europe, Middle East Chief Shankar Resigns  Bloomberg
Standard Chartered Loses Another Senior Executive  Wall Street Journal