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Target shoppers find flaws amid Lilly Pulitzer launch
Heavy demand for the much-anticipated debut of Target's Lilly Pulitzer product line overloaded the retailer's web site Sunday and left racks and shelves bare.
Lilly Pulitzer for Target causes shopping frenzy
Target's web site struggles during Lilly Pulitzer launch  Fortune
American Register  
China's Central Bank Kicks It Up a Notch
China's central bank is calling in the reserves. The country's red-hot stock markets will throw a ticker tape parade. Facing sluggish growth and capital outflows, the People's Bank of China said Sunday it would slash the amount of deposits it requires banks to ...
China's central bank cuts reserve ratio  The Guardian
China cuts banks' reserve ratio  MarketWatch
Praise and Skepticism as One Executive Sets Minimum Wage to $70000 a Year
When Dan Price announced last week that he would cut his own pay and profits to make it possible to raise the minimum wage at Gravity Payments, his credit card processing company in Seattle, to a hefty $70,000 a year, he had little idea of the whirlwind it ...
CEO cut $1.35 million pay to raise employees' wages  AsiaOne
The CEO is highlighting an important point about money and happiness  White Hall Journal
Canada exporting more cold water shrimp to America as Maine's shrimp fishery ...
PORTLAND, Maine - Maine fishmonger Glen Libby made a disheartening discovery on Easter Sunday brunch - the cold water shrimp on the menu at a restaurant up the street from his fish market were from Canada, not New England.
Canadian shrimp imports up as Maine fishery remains closed  San Jose Mercury News
Greek default necessary but Grexit is not
Until last week, discussions with Greece did not go well. That changed when the circus of international financial diplomacy moved to Washington for the spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
Finance officials fear rising threats  New Zealand Herald
Both Grexit And Greek Default Are Desirable But Not Necessary  Forbes
Utility: No Leaks Found in California Gas Line That Exploded
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. says a gas pipeline that exploded in Central California had been inspected twice in April for gas leaks, and no leaks were found.
Official: Not sure why employee was near California gas line  San Antonio Express-News
California Almonds Roasted In Drought Debate Over Irrigation
A farmer checks the drip irrigation line in a grove of almond trees on his farm in Firebaugh, Calif. (David Paul Morris/Getty Images).
Almonds get roasted in debate over California water use  SFGate
Almonds Take Heat for California Water Shortage  Pioneer News
Restructuring of General Electric (NYSE:GE)
After the first quarterly earnings report of General Electric came out, changes in its structural design made by the management became evident.
GE News- I am selling my shares as detailed below  Daily Observer
How General Electric Company Is Returning To Industrial Roots Amidst ...  Bidness ETC
NYC lawmakers bar employers from checking an applicant's credit record
New York City lawmakers are barring most employers from checking a job candidate's credit record. The city council passed a bill on Thursday that makes it illegal to request or use a job applicant's credit history in making a hiring decision.
Credit checks banned for some jobs  Statesmen News
No more credit checks for NYC job seekers  WDBJ7
10 businesses evacuated, stretch of I70 closed after 2 anhydrous ammonia tanks ...
WARRENTON, Missouri - Ten businesses have been evacuated after two 1,000-gallon tanks that were filled with a dangerous gas fell off a farm truck in east-central Missouri.
Ammonia tanks fall off truck causing leak on I-70
I-70 shutdown in both directions at Warrenton due to tanker crash