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Bank of America Swings to Quarterly Loss on Legal Costs
Bank of America continues to grapple with legal expenses nearly six years after the financial crisis Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesBank of America continues to grapple with legal expenses nearly six years after the financial crisis.
Bank Of America Posts A Q1 Loss With $6 Billion Litigation Expenses  Forbes
Bank of America: Here's what investors can expect  MarketWatch
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Yahoo CEO Building for Growth as Alibaba Help Set to Fade
Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO)'s Marissa Mayer can't rely on Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. to bail her out much longer, putting the onus on her to accelerate a sales rebound that's only getting started.
Alibaba Has Questions to Answer Before US IPO  Wall Street Journal
Wall St. to rise after Chinese data, Yahoo up on Alibaba  Reuters
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US manufacturing extends growth after long cold winter
U.S. manufacturing output rose for a second straight month in March in a sign of recovery from a long winter that had put a damper on activity.
March industrial production climbs 0.7%, tops forecast  MarketWatch
US manufacturing production up 0.5 pct. in March, led by furniture, clothing ...  The Republic
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Corporate earnings: Coca-Cola, Intel, Yahoo, Johnson & Johnson
Coca-Cola. The world's biggest beverage maker said Tuesday that the amount of soda it sold globally fell for first time in 15 years.
India Morning Call-Global Markets  Reuters
Wall Street ends higher as blue chips rally  Independent Online
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CME trading outage showed that man can still match the machine
By Cezary Podkul and Tom Polansek. NEW YORK/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Just over a week ago, CME Group Inc suffered the worst-ever trading outage on the world's most important agricultural markets, plunging electronic screens into darkness and sending ...
Lawsuit claims CME gave HFT early access  FierceFinanceIT
Futures Traders Sue CME Over Real-Time Data  Wall Street Journal
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Obama, Mich. in talks to free up $100M for Detroit
DETROIT - The Obama administration and Michigan officials are in discussions on a deal that would free up an additional $100 million to soften the blow to Detroit pensioners facing cuts in Detroit's bankruptcy negotiations, two people familiar with the talks ...
Chapter 9 turns page in Detroit, but remains far from closed  The Detroit News
Detroit reaches deal limiting pension cuts  KPRC Houston
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China's Slowdown Likely to Spur Stimulus, Not Reforms
BEIJING�China's slowdown in growth, widely expected to continue through the second quarter at least, will boost pressure on Beijing to dial up stimulus measures and dial back structural reforms, economists argued.
China growth slows as property fears rise  Washington Post
Industrial output slowdown hits China's economic growth figures  Sydney Morning Herald
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Mt Gox CEO Mark Karpeles 'Not Willing' To Go To America ...Yet
Mark Karpeles, the CEO of collapsed Bitcoin exchange Mt Gox, has said via lawyers that he is �not willing� to go to America yet, refusing a US court demand to testify in person over the issue.
Troubled Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox reportedly asks court to be liquidated  Fox News
Mt. Gox Gives Up on Rehabilitation Bid  Wall Street Journal
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Intel's Mobile-Chip Progress Falters as PC Market Stabilizes
Intel Corp. (INTC)'s main personal-computer processor business is showing signs of improvement after a record industry slump, yet the company's push to get into faster-growing mobile-phone chips has gone backward.
Intel's first-quarter net profit falls but beats Street  Reuters India
Intel Reports Mixed First Quarter Earnings  Bidness Etc
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Obamacare's next chapter: More insurance firms opting 'in' than 'out'? (+video)
President Obama's health-care exchanges appear poised to keep growing - not just in the number of people enrolled but in the number of insurance firms participating and offering coverage.
With End-Of-Enrollment Surge Behind Them, Insurers Have More Positive ...  Kaiser Health News
Letters: No one said affordable healthcare would be free  Los Angeles Times
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