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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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China eases policy with reserve 'cut' for rural lenders � report
SHANGHAI, April 18, (AFP): China will cut the amount of funds that rural banks must keep in reserve, state media said, in a small easing of monetary policy by the government as it tries to provide support to the slowing economy.
Cheated Shoe Workers Strike, Shut Down Chinese Factories  Care2.com
Chinese trade group to mediate shoe factory strike  seattlepi.com
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California jobless rate unchanged at 8.1 percent
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California's unemployment rate held steady at 8.1 percent in March while nearly 12,000 jobs were created.
Payrolls in California grow by 11800  Los Angeles Times
California's March 2014 Nonfarm Payroll Jobs Increase by 11800 While the ...  Sierra Sun Times
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County's jobless rate lowest in more than 5 years
AUSTIN - Washington County's jobless rate dropped to its lowest level in more than five years during March, figures from the Texas Workforce Commission show.
Jobless rate falls to 5-year low  Longview News-Journal
Texas job growth slows in March  Dallas Morning News
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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 ...
MoneyTree Report: Venture capital investments up for the quarter; deal ...  Pensions & Investments
Startup funding in 1Q soars to levels not seen since 2001  Dallas Morning News
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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.
What Will General Motors Look Like Once It Weathers the Storm?  Wall St. Cheat Sheet
GM scores important legal victory in 'park-it' lawsuit in Texas  Dallas Morning News
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'Bumpy' California Enrollment Period Ends With Over 3 Million Health Care Sign ...
California health officials say the open enrollment period for insurance has been 'bumpy' but it has ended with more than 3 million people signed up for coverage.
Obamacare Enrollment Nears 1.4 Million in California Exchange  Government Technology
Covered California approves $89M in additional spending  Sacramento Business Journal
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China home price inflation cools to 8-month low in March
SummaryAnalysts said the cooling of the property market is an initial indication of stabilisation and they expected the easing trend to continue this year.
China home price inflation slows to eight-month low  Oman Tribune
China March New Home Price Increases Ease on Tighter Credit (2)  Businessweek
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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 farmers to get more water  Fremont Tribune
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Major food company curbs consumers' right to sue
American consumers who sign up to one of the world's largest food company's online community or enter a competition will be signing away their consumer rights.
Why People Are Freaking Out Over General Mills' New Legal Policy  Slate Magazine (blog)
Do Companies Void Your Right to Sue After You 'Like' Them on Facebook?  ABC News
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