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Calif. governor orders statewide mandatory water restrictions
As California endures its fourth year of a crippling drought, Gov. Jerry Brown announced Wednesday the state's first mandatory water restrictions, ordering cities and towns to cut water use by 25 percent.
California governor orders 25 percent reduction in water usage statewide  Reuters
Here's How Much Water California Needs to Save This Year  Wired
San Francisco Chronicle  
McDonald's To Give Raises To Workers At Company-Owned Restaurants
LOS ANGELES ( - McDonald's announced Wednesday it will give raises and paid time off to some if its employees. According to McDonald's, workers at company-owned restaurants will be paid $1 an hour more than the prevailing minimum ...
McDonald's raising average worker wage to about $10 an hour  Reuters
McDonald's to Raise Hourly Pay for 90000 Workers -- 3rd Update  Nasdaq
SEC Fires Warning Shot About Confidentiality Agreements
A sound that delights regulators and strikes fear in corporations - employees' blowing the whistle on wrongdoing - is poised to become louder.
KBR charged with anti-whistleblower violation  Houston Chronicle
SEC finds that KBR confidentiality agreements 'stifled' whistleblowers  Washington Post
Wall Street, dollar fall on economic worry; oil up
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks fell for a second day on Wednesday and the dollar dipped after weak U.S. private sector employment and manufacturing data fed worries about the U.S.
Here we go again: Another reason to cut Q1 growth  CNBC
Dollar eases after weak US economic data  THE BUSINESS TIMES
REFILE-US judge orders temporary block of Allegiant Air pilot strike
(In last paragraph, deletes "Air" from name of parent company and corrects letter in RIC). April 1 (Reuters) - A U.S. judge issued an order Wednesday temporarily blocking Allegiant Air pilots from striking unlawfully after they announced a Thursday walkout.
Allegiant pilots threaten to strike Thursday  USA TODAY
Allegiant Air Pilots Strike Averted by Court Ruling  ABC News
GoDaddy shares rise 31% on first day of trading
NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 01: The GoDaddy banner hangs outside of the New York Stock Exchange as the website hosting service makes its initial public offering (IPO) on April 1, 2015 in New York City.
GoDaddy's IPO Shares Surge in NYSE Debut  Wall Street Journal
$600 million of IPO success for GoDaddy
CFTC Accuses Kraft and Mondelez of Manipulating Wheat Prices
Less than a week after agreeing to sell itself to H. J. Heinz in a blockbuster deal, the Kraft Foods Group has found itself the target of a government lawsuit over wheat prices.
U.S. agency charges Kraft, Mondelez with wheat price rigging  The Seattle Times
Kraft Foods, Mondelez Accused by CFTC of Wheat Manipulation  Bloomberg
Pemex Diverts Crude to Other Facilities After Gulf Platform Fire
Petroleos Mexicanos is sending fuel to other processing facilities to compensate for a platform where a blaze that killed four workers continues to burn.
Fire rages on Mexican oil rig; 4 workers killed  CNN
Flames engulf Mexico oil platform in Gulf, killing 4 workers  U-T San Diego
Simon pulls $16.8B offer for Macerich after rejection
Simon Property Group Inc. withdrew a $16.8 billion proposal to acquire Macerich Co. after the smaller mall owner rejected the sweetened takeover offer as too low.
Macerich and Sears Are Big Market Movers  New York Times
Simon's failed bid suggests REIT values still at a discount  Reuters
Manufacturing ISM Report on Business
The Institute for Supply Management's latest ´┐ŻManufacturing ISM Report on Business´┐Ż does not paint a pretty picture for domestic textile and apparel factories.
Manufacturing expands at slowest pace since 2013  Chicago Tribune
Manufacturers tap brakes again in March, ISM finds  MarketWatch