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Carrier To Close Indiana Plants, Move Jobs to Mexico
Carrier Air Conditioner is moving production to Monterrey, Mexico putting 1,400 Indianapolis Jobs south of the border in 2017. Carrier Air Conditioner is moving production to Monterrey, Mexico putting 1,400 Indianapolis Jobs south of the border in 2017.
Watch 1400 Outraged Workers Learn Their Jobs Are Going to Mexico  TIME
Carrier workers' rage over move to Mexico caught on video  CNNMoney
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Eurozone Economy Grows, but Total Output Still Lags 2008
Europe is still trying to crawl back to where it was in 2008. That was the subtext of the economic data for the eurozone published on Friday.
Eurozone Economy Grows Steadily but Outlook Darkens -- 6th Update  Nasdaq
Worries cloud eurozone's growth streak  The Augusta Chronicle
Why the maker of Roomba vacuums is getting out of the warbot business
When IRobot unveiled its Roomba vacuum cleaner robot in 2002, people went crazy for the dinner plate on wheels that zoomed across carpets sucking up dust and dirt.
Canaccord Genuity Thinks iRobot's Stock is Going to Recover  Analyst Ratings
Columbia Wanger Invests in Stake in iRobot  GuruFocus.com
Wall Street rallies; S&P 500 snaps five-day losing streak
U.S. stocks rallied on Friday, snapping a five-day losing streak in the S&P 500, as financial, commodity-related and other beaten-down shares rebounded.
US stocks halt 5-day slide amid oil rally; treasuries weaken  Chicago Tribune
Financial Shares Lead Rally in Stocks, Halting 5-Day Drop  Newsmax
Deutsche Bank Buyback Said to Spark Backlash From Newest Lenders
Investors who scooped up bonds sold by Deutsche Bank AG last month are pushing for better terms in the bank's $5.4 billion debt buyback plan, saying they were misled because the German lender failed to disclose its true financial position before the ...
UPDATE 1-Market questions long-term impact of Deutsche buyback  Reuters
Deutsche Bank: We're strong enough to buy back debt  CNN
Myspace still exists? Yes, and now Time Inc. owns it
Myspace still exists? It does, and the company that owns the once-ubiquitous social network is being bought by Time Inc. to help the magazine publisher target ads.
Time (TIME) Joseph A. Ripp on Q4 2015 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  Seeking Alpha
Time Inc Hits All-Time Low Following Q4 Earnings Miss  Benzinga
Consumer Spending Gains Offset Recession Fears
WASHINGTON - Consumer spending regained momentum in January as households increased purchases of a variety of goods, the Commerce Department said Friday, in a hopeful sign that economic growth was picking up after slowing to a crawl at the ...
WRAPUP 1-US consumers flex muscle; import prices signal weak inflation  Reuters
2 Retail Sales Reports, 1 Economic Trend  Seeking Alpha
Tattoo parlor alongside groceries? Whole Foods floats ideas for its new 365 stores
Shoppers browse the produce at a Whole Foods Market in Ohio in 2014. The grocery chain is preparing to launch its new, smaller-format 365 by Whole Foods Market stores targeting younger, more price-conscious shoppers.
New Houston Whole Foods could have tattoo parlor ... really  Chron.com
Thanks, millennials: Whole Foods mulling tattoo parlors  wreg.com
Drew Lewis, former U.S. transportation secretary, dies
Transportation Secretary Drew Lewis, upper right, stands with President Ronald Reagan and Attorney General William French Smith during a briefing in the White House Rose Garden in 1981.
Drew Lewis, Reagan transport secretary during strike, dies  Washington Post
Boeing uses an accounting method that others have left behind
NEW YORK The type of accounting Boeing Co uses to reflect the enormous upfront costs of building its jetliners is unusual among large U.S.
Analysts split on Boeing after SEC accounting probe report  Seeking Alpha
Time to Get Greedy With Boeing Stock  mySanAntonio.com