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The latest developments on religious objection laws
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has urged lawmakers to send a bill to his desk by the end of the week to clarify the intent of a new religious objections law that critics fear could allow discrimination against gays and lesbians.
First Read: What Republicans Can Learn from the Indiana Law Controversy
Mike Pence's contradictory assurances  MSNBC
Palisades Hudson Financial Group  
Germanwings crash: Lufthansa boss ducks co-pilot queries
Lufthansa's chief executive has said it will take "a long, long time" to understand what led to a deadly crash in the Alps last week.
Lufthansa executives visit French Alps crash site amid questions about co-pilot  CTV News
Lufthansa head Spohr: Germanwings investigation 'will take time'  Deutsche Welle
ADP's March private jobs gains miss estimates
.... Businesses added 189,000 jobs in March, payroll processor ADP said Wednesday, in a sign the labor market may be slowing after a series of strong gains.
Private Sector Adds Fewer than Expected Jobs in March  Fox Business
Private Sector Jobs Rose Only 189000 in March, ADP Says  Wall Street Journal
Look out for share buying opportunities if Greece 'grexit' pushes European ...
With Athens once again locked in tense negotiations with its lenders, investors are becoming increasingly concerned that global markets could be plunged into a period of uncertainty if Greece is forced to quit the eurozone.
Alexis Tsipras threatens to end EU sanctions against Moscow  The Australian
Greece's cash crunch  The Economist
China market climbs on stimulus bets
Mainland China share market closed sharply higher on heavy volume on Wednesday, 01 April 2015, amid reinforcing bets that Beijing will have to roll out more policy support to avert an economic slowdown after surveys of China's fresh PMI data revealing ...
Eurozone manufacturing activity picks up in March  MarketWatch
China March PMI Rebounds, Non-manufacturing PMI Dips
GoDaddy Prices IPO at $20; Surpassing All Estimates
The Internet domain registration service, GoDaddy which has been in the limelight time and again for its outrageous and overly-sexualized super bowl ads, is planning to price the stock for its initial public offering at $20 per share.
GoDaddy races onto Wall Street with $460 million IPO
GoDaddy Raises IPO Price to $20 Ahead of NYSE Debut
Cheap oil prices chop jobs by thousands
Planned oil industry layoffs in the U.S. are approaching 100,000 in the past four months with more likely to come. Oil-producing states such as North Dakota, Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana are catching the brunt of the cutbacks just as consumers are ...
BNSF makes oil-train safety commitments
North Dakota launches oil rules hoping to curb U.S. rail disasters  Business Insider
Johnson Controls Sells Global WorkPlace Solutions for $1.4B
Alex Molinaroli, chairman and CEO of Johnson Controls, said at that time �As we've focused on it this past year to understand what is needed to win long-term, it is clear that GWS is really an exclusively service-based business and not core to our ...
Johnson Controls Inc (NYSE:JCI) To Sell Global Workplace Solutions Business ...  InvestCorrectly
CBRE to buy Johnson Control's real estate biz for USD 1.47 bn  Business Standard
Fiat Chrysler U.S. Sales Streak Reaches 5 Years as Ford, GM Slip
Fiat Chrysler's U.S. unit delivered 197,261 vehicles last month, matching the average analyst prediction for FCA US LLC, the former Chrysler Group.
Chrysler Sales Edge Up 1.7% in March  Wall Street Journal
FCA US sales up for 60th straight month; GM down  Detroit Free Press
Buffett says Greek exit from euro 'may not be a bad thing'
�I've thought that the euro had structural problems right from the moment that it was put it in, which does not mean it will necessarily fail,� Buffett said.
Buffett Says U.S. Automobile Dealerships Are Consistently Valued  Bloomberg
Warren Buffett Thinks Greece Leaving The Euro Would Not Be A Bad Idea  Forbes