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March hiring up in 34 states
A job seeker looks for r�sum� help at a job fair in Atlanta. Unemployment rates dropped in 21 states in March. WASHINGTON - More than two-thirds of the states reported job gains in March, as hiring has improved for much of the country during what has ...
County unemployment rate at 5.2 percent  St. Augustine Record
Unemployment ticks up in March  The Turlock Journal
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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 ...
Venture spending returns to dot-com era levels  Worcester Telegram
MoneyTree Report: Venture capital investments up for the quarter; deal ...  Pensions & Investments
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Yue Yuen raises welfare contributions for striking workers in Gaobu
Striking workers at the Gaobu factory hold a banner which reads "Give me back my social security [contributions], give me back my housing subsidy," April 14.
What China's Largest Strike Against a Private Company Means for Your Gadgets  Motherboard
Strike at Nike, Adidas China Supplier Halts Output  Bloomberg
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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
U.S. stock market ends mostly higher as earnings pour in  The Denver Post
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Texas job growth slows in March
Texas no longer leads the nation in job creation as the state's employment growth in March fell to its lowest in nearly 21/2 years.
NB-area jobless rates fall  Herald Zeitung
Texas unemployment drops to 5.5%  San Angelo Standard Times
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Texas Judge Rules Two Million Recalled Cars Can Still Be Driven
GM Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra testifies during a House Energy and Commerce hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington April 1, 2014.
Judge denies suit seeking to force GM to ground recalled cars  World Socialist Web Site
GM says recalled cars safe, but has not tested for knee-bump danger  Oman Daily Observer
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California Officials Announce Enrollee Tally, Note Last-Minute Surge
Covered California, the state's online health insurance marketplace, signed up 200,000 people for coverage during the two-week deadline extension -- bringing the state's total to 1.4 million.
Parsing Obamacare and Covered California sign-ups  San Francisco Business Times (blog)
Nearly 1.4 million Californians chose health plans through state exchange  Pasadena Star-News
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Yellen's big speech number two
Fed Chair Janet Yellen soothed some nerves, that's what. Yellen said on Wednesday, in just her second public speech after succeeding Ben Bernanke, that the Federal Reserve will keep its key interest rate near zero for however long it takes to meet the ...
'The Economy Is Often Not So Compliant'  The Weekly Standard (blog)
The Best Monetary Policy Is Strict Financial Regulation  Huffington Post
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State Water Project to make small deliveries this year
The State Water Project, which helps supply a majority of Californians, will make small deliveries this year, officials said Friday as they increased the system's allocation to 5% from the historic zero announced in January.
California drought: State water allotments boosted to 5%  SFGate
Stressed cities get some relief as more California water flows their way  KCBX
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Soil pollution another alarm for China's development
BEIJING, April 18 -- Chinese people are helpless and accustomed to frequent severe smog, and this week they suffered another big blow when it comes to the environment they live in.
One-fifth of China's arable land polluted, says state report  TODAYonline
China says one-fifth of its farmland is polluted  Jamaica Observer
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