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Farmers not as impacted by Brown's new drought measures
SAN FRANCISCO -- California farmers and winemakers are not likely to feel the pinch from Wednesday's new statewide water restrictions.
Brown orders California's first mandatory water restrictions: 'It ...  Los Angeles Times
How Much Water Californians Use  New York Times
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McDonald's to Increase Hourly Wages, Offer Paid Vacation
Workers and supporters protests for wage increases outside of a McDonald's in Los Angeles, Calif., on Aug. 29, 2013. Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg.
McDonald's move to lift wages at company stores doesn't quiet critics  The Seattle Times
McDonald's Raising Pay for Employees in 1500 Stores  New York Times
Walmart's remarkable gay rights journey
It's hard to overplay the cultural influence of Walmart, the ubiquitous global retail giant that also happens to be America's largest private sector employer.
Walmart commends Arkansas governor for reconsidering religion law  Reuters
Religious Freedom Debate Draws Out Companies  Wall Street Journal
Asian shares rise, US jobs data in focus
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares rose on Thursday, shrugging off weak U.S. data overnight that raised concerns ahead of Friday's key employment figures, as investors covered positions ahead of the Easter holidays.
Asian shares edge up in cautious trade, US jobs data in focus  Livemint
Asian Morning Briefing: US Stocks Fall  Wall Street Journal
Wall St. declines after data; automakers fall
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks eased on Wednesday as weaker-than-expected data spurred concerns over economic growth ahead of Friday's jobs report and first-quarter earnings.
Wall Street declines after data; automakers fall
Stocks decline amid weaker-than-forecast jobs, factory data  Chicago Tribune
Shopping mall tycoon withdraws $16.8B bid for rival
The chief executive of the country's No. 1 mall operator, Simon Property Group, late Tuesday abandoned its $16.8 billion hostile bid for rival Macerich - a move tied at least in part to a failed hostile bid for Taubman Centers a dozen year ago, according to a ...
Simon Property Group drops hostile takeover bid for owner of Tysons Corner ...  Washington Times
Simon pulls $16.8B offer for Macerich after rejection  Finance and Commerce
Overheard: GoDaddy's Turn On
GoDaddy may have made its name by sexing up the rather unsexy business of Internet-domain registration. Now, it will need to find some market-related sex appeal.
Corporate watch : GoDaddy IPO values company at $4.5bn
$600 million of IPO success for GoDaddy
KBR agrees to pay $130K penalty in whistleblowers dispute
KBR Inc. (KBR: Quote) agreed to pay a $130,000 penalty to settle the SEC's charges and the company voluntarily amended its confidentiality statement by adding language making clear that employees are free to report possible violations to the SEC and ...
SEC Fires Warning Shot About Confidentiality Agreements  New York Times
KBR charged with anti-whistleblower violation  Houston Chronicle
Sears's $2.5 Billion REIT Plan May Be Blueprint for Future Deals
Sears Holding Corp. Chief Executive Officer Eddie Lampert said, �Sears Holdings is an asset-rich enterprise with multiple levers to generate financial flexibility, while creating shareholder value.
A Sears REIT Could Unlock Value In Failing Retailer, But Saving Stores A ...  Forbes
Sears Holdings Corp Bond Prices Rise 1.8% (SHLD)  The Legacy
Allegiant Wins Court Order Blocking Pilot Strike for Now
Allegiant Travel Co.'s airline persuaded a judge to block a threatened strike by more than 500 of it pilots until at least April 10.
Allegiant Will Fly Despite Threat of Strike  WIFR
Allegiant goes to court to avert pilot strike  Stockton Record