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US judge declines to order 'park it now' notices for GM cars
A federal judge on Thursday rejected a bid to compel General Motors Co to tell customers to stop driving millions of cars that have been recalled for defective ignition switches.
UPDATE 2-US judge declines to order 'park it now' notices for GM cars  Reuters
Judge: GM need not tell owners to park recall cars  USA TODAY
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House committee OKs $100 million for Obama library
An Illinois House committee endorsed a plan today to contribute $100 million in state funds toward construction of a Barack Obama presidential library in Chicago.
The jockeying for the Obama presidential museum has begun  Washington Post (blog)
Search for Chicago site for George Lucas museum  Chron.com
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Ex BP-employee settles US insider-trading charges related to 2010 Gulf oil spill
WASHINGTON - A former BP employee who was a coordinator during the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has agreed to settle federal charges of using confidential information on the seriousness of the spill to profit illegally from trading in BP stock.
Ex-BP worker traded on Deepwater Horizon data  USA TODAY
Former BP official charged with insider trading  Telegraph.co.uk
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US stock market mostly higher as earnings pour in
Stocks edged mostly higher Thursday afternoon after spending much of the morning shifting between small gains and losses. Investors waded through a mixed crop of U.S.
Wall Street little changed amid earnings flurry  Economic Times
US stock market edges higher as earnings pour in  Tallmadge Express
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Chipotle hiking prices as it draws more customers
FILE - This Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014 file photo, shows the door on a Chipotle Mexican Grill in Robinson Township, Pa. Chipotle reports quarterly earnings on Thursday, pril 17, 2014.
Chipotle Profit Rises on Stronger Restaurant Traffic  Wall Street Journal
Chipotle sales surge as it draws more customers  Chicago Sun-Times
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General Mills: If You Clip This Coupon, You Can't Sue Us!
In other words: It just became nearly impossible to get a deal on a General Mills product without forfeiting your rights to sue the company.
General Mills Amends New Legal Policies  New York Times
"Like" General Mills? Doing so may void your right to sue  ConsumerAffairs
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Why Moneygram International (MGI) Stock Is Tumbling Today
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Moneygram International (MGI) stock is plummeting on Thursday after retail giant Walmart (WMT) announced exclusive money transfer service Walmart-2-Walmart.
Walmart's New Money Transfer Service: Should Banks, Western Union And ...  Forbes
Wal-Mart jumps into the money transfer biz, loudly  Business Standard
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Jobless claims, factory data put some shine on economy
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New claims for jobless benefits hovered near their pre-recession levels last week and manufacturing in the Mid-Atlantic region accelerated in April, suggesting an upswing in economic activity after a brutally cold winter.
Jobless claims edge up, but 4-week average falls to prerecession level  Los Angeles Times
Weekly Jobless Benefits Rose But Remained Near Pre-Recession Levels  People's Pundit Daily
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Morgan Stanley Client Assets Approach Those of Merrill Lynch
As of March 31, client assets at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management totaled $1.94 trillion. That number is within striking distance of Merrill Lynch's $1.95 trillion in total client balances.
Gorman Will Seek to Boost Payouts to 100% of Earnings  Bloomberg
Litigation-battered banks aren't sure what's next  MarketWatch (blog)
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Dollar off lows after upbeat U.S. data
Investing.com - The dollar regained ground against the other main currencies on Thursday after upbeat U.S. data on manufacturing and employment pointed to underlying strength in the economy.
What Janet Yellen Didn't Say: The B-Word  New Yorker (blog)
Yellen: Stimulus remains needed for job market  TriValley Central
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