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Google Shares Slide After Disappointing Results
The Internet-search giant said revenue rose 19% to $15.42 billion. Analysts had projected revenue of $15.54 billion on that basis, according to Thomson Reuters.
Google's growth in mobile ads hurts results  MarketWatch
Google revenue jumps 19 percent but still disappoints  PCWorld
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New York Auto Show: Toyota shows off new aggressive Camry styling
Toyota launched a dramatic mid-cycle restyling of its Camry sedan in a move to fend off increasing competition from rivals such as the Honda Accord and the Nissan Altima.
Can Toyota make the new 2015 Camry XSE sexy?  CNET (blog)
Grrr...the 2015 Camry is Aggressive and Comfy
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Bank of America in Settlement Talks Over Mortgage Securities
WASHINGTON´┐ŻBank of America Corp. is engaged in multibillion-dollar settlement talks with the Justice Department to end investigations into shoddy residential mortgage backed securities, according to people familiar with the matter.
Bank of America Posts Loss on Litigation Charges  Fox Business
Bank of America reports loss on huge legal charges  Business Recorder
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Yellen's Mind-the-Gap Goals Rule Says Rates Stay Low
April 16 (Bloomberg) -- Michael McKee reports on Janet Yellen's first speech to a Wall Street audience since becoming Federal Reserve chair.
Yellen Stakes Out a Flexible Policy Path  Wall Street Journal
Weak US prices, not inflation, the threat now: Fed's Yellen  Reuters
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Google Earnings Report Shows Growth Faltering, As Costs For Staff ...
MOUNTAIN VIEW (CBS SF / AP) - Google's first-quarter earnings growth faltered as the Internet company dealt with a persistent downturn in advertising prices while spending more money to hire more employees and invest in daring ideas.
Google's 1Q earnings disappoint as ad prices slip (subscription)
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NY AG subpoenas high-frequency traders: Source
CNBC's Kate Kelly says The Wall Street Journal is reporting that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has issued subpoenas for half a dozen high-frequency trading firms, including Jump Trading, Chopper Trading and Tower Research.
NY Attorney General subpoenas HFT firms  CNNMoney
Official: 6 subpoenas in NY stock trade probe  San Francisco Chronicle
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UPDATE 1-AmEx profit tops estimates on higher user spending, lower expenses
... * First-quarter earnings of $1.33/share vs est $1.30. * Revenue up 4 percent to $8.20 billion. * Card member spending rose 7 percent (Adds details, background).
AmEx Posts Mixed 1Q Results  Fox Business
Despite Earnings Beat American Express Shares Slide On Revenue Miss  Forbes
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ComEd asks state for rate hike to help fund smart grid
Commonwealth Edison Co. is asking regulators to add $3 to the average electricity bill next year to help it fund its massive overhaul of the electricity grid.
ComEd Requests A Rate Hike  Progress Illinois
ComEd seeks rate hike to help pay for Smart Grid  WREX-TV
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IBM Posts Lower 1Q Earnings Amid Hardware Slump
IBM's first-quarter earnings fell and revenue came in below Wall Street's expectations amid an ongoing decline in its hardware business, one that was exasperated by weaker demand in China and emerging markets.
IBM Profit Meets Estimate; Revenue Falls Short  RTT News
IBM posts lower 1Q earnings, revenue  Economic Times
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Most Expensive US Home Sale Ever: Connecticut Estate Goes For $120 Million
Ladies and gentlemen, a new record has been set: Copper Beech Farm is now the most-expensive home sale in the United States´┐Żever.
Sales of homes for more than $10 million increase  SFGate
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