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US stock market ends higher as earnings pour in
Continue reading below. Wall Street was off in observance of Good Friday. Stocks were mostly higher last week as upbeat earnings news from several big US companies encouraged investors.
Stocks end higher as earnings pour in; market closed Friday  The Seattle Times
The Bulls Aren't Pinned  Investing Daily
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Yue Yuen raises welfare contributions for striking workers in Gaobu
Striking workers at the Gaobu factory hold a banner which reads "Give me back my social security [contributions], give me back my housing subsidy," April 14.
Chinese trade group to mediate shoe factory strike  Philly.com
Cheated Shoe Workers Strike, Shut Down Chinese Factories  Care2.com
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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.
Texas job growth slows in March  Dallas Morning News
NB-area jobless rates fall  Herald Zeitung
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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  Los Angeles Times
Covered California approves $89M in additional spending  Sacramento Business Journal
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China home price inflation cools to eight-month low in March
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's home price inflation slowed to an eight-month low in March, extending to a third month a loss of momentum in a property market that has been a strong spot in the world's second-largest economy.
China Housing Prices Slow Again  International Business Times
China new home prices rise 7.7% on year in March  CNBC.com
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What is Alibaba really worth?
In weeks or perhaps days, investors will have an answer to the most popular guessing game in the world's markets right now: just what is Alibaba really worth and on what basis are those numbers calculated?
Here Are The Weirdest Things You Can Buy On Alibaba's English Site  Businessinsider India
Three PR firms assist Alibaba with IPO comms  PRWeek
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Saudi Arabia to generate 41 GW of solar power by 2032
Riyadh - April 20, 2014: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has announced plans to invest USD 109 billion to produce 41 gigawatts (GW) of solar energy by 2032, which is almost 30 per cent of its total energy requirement by that time.
World's Tallest Building Set for Construction in Saudi Arabia  ABC News (blog)
UAE is key fish exporter to Saudi  Emirates 24/7
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Walmart destroying MoneyGram and Western Union with new money transfer ...
Shares in both Western Union and MoneyGram tanked yesterday all thanks to a press release from Walmart announcing a new service, Walmart-2-Walmart.
Walmart Sends Chills Through Money Transfer Business  ABC News (blog)
A New Way for Walmart to Cash In  Slate Magazine (blog)
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China set to replace US as Volvo's biggest market this year
BEIJING (Reuters) - China is set to surpass the United States to become Volvo Car Group's biggest market in 2014 with sales of at least 80,000 cars in the world's largest auto market.
Volvo Cars Says China Will Be Brand's Largest Market  Wall Street Journal
Volvo Cars Predicts China to Become Its Largest Market in 2014  Bloomberg
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LinkedIn clocks 300 million registered users as it chases the next 3 billion
LinkedIn has reached yet another milestone - 300 million registered users - with 100 million of them from the US alone. �We are excited to announce that we reached a big milestone today: there are now more than 300 million LinkedIn members in the world!
LinkedIn hits new milestone � 300 million members  SFGate (blog)
LinkedIn amasses 300 million members  Delhi Daily News
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