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Dow turns negative for the year as Yellen warns of valuation risks
U.S. stocks sold off on Wednesday, building on steep losses from the previous session as Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen spooked investors by warning of potential pitfalls for investors, referring to stock values as �quite high.
Valuation Warning Leaves S&P 500 Unmoved as Worst Losses Erased  Bloomberg
Yellen: Stock Valuations 'Generally Are Quite High'  Nasdaq  
Dow loses 86 points, barely in black for '15
An early rally on Wall Street quickly evaporated Wednesday, as the combination of rising oil prices and higher interest rates took a toll on stocks for a second straight session.
Stocks End Lower On Yellen Comment; Biotechs Bounce Back  Investor's Business Daily
MarketsUS stock slide accelerates, S&P 500 down 1%  Financial Times
Zynga Founder Pincus to Cut 18% of Jobs After Return as CEO
Zynga Inc. founder Mark Pincus is cutting 18 percent of the casual-games company's work force, less than a month after retaking the reins as chief executive officer.
Zynga Announces First Quarter 2015 Financial Results  CNNMoney
Zynga to cut 18% of workforce  USA TODAY
Allianz's El-Erian Says Stock Valuations 'High'
�If we get disrupted, it's going to be because of something that happened outside, in particular in Europe,� El-Erian told Fox Business Network's Maria Bartiromo during a Q&A at SALT conference in Las Vegas.
Mohamed El-Erian warns of trouble as bond liquidity dries up  MarketWatch
Mohamed El-Erian: US economy will disappoint in 2015  Fortune
Private Employers Add Fewest Jobs in a Year, and Nonfarm Productivity Falls
Private employers in the United States added in April the smallest monthly number of workers in more than a year. And, in another report, the Labor Department found that nonfarm productivity fell in the first quarter as harsh winter weather depressed output.
DoubleLine's Gundlach expects weak April US payroll data  Reuters
Jobs and Productivity Numbers Disappoint  CFO Magazine
The man who built Apple's Genius Bars will sell you gadgets and send an expert ...
Ron Johnson, former CEO of JCPenney and Apple's original retail chief, unveiled his new e-commerce service this week. Image: Enjoy.
Former Apple Inc. Retail Chief Launches Gadget Delivery Startup  Bidness ETC
Former Apple retail boss Ron Johnson launches 'Enjoy' shopping site  CNET
Whole Foods Shares Plummet After Revenue Whiff
Whole Foods shares were sinking Wednesday after the high-end grocer missed revenue estimates and posted light same-store sales growth.
Whole Foods (WFM) Stock Plunging on Disappointing Key Metric
Whole Foods Shares Fall as Revenue Trails Analyst Estimates  Bloomberg
Keurig Earnings Fall on Low Demand for New K-Cups
Keurig Green Mountain Inc. GMCR -1.75 % on Wednesday cut its guidance for the year as earnings fell 4% on low demand for its new brewing system.
Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR) Down In After-Hours Trading
Keurig's big spill is telling you something  USA TODAY
Fox's profit falls but beats estimates
21st Century Fox Inc.'s earnings fell 7.4% in the third quarter following the sale of some satellite businesses, but still topped expectations on growth from its cable-network business.
21st Century Fox (FOXA) Q3 Earnings: 'Empire' Helps, But Profits ...  International Business Times
21st Century Fox Reports Lower Net  Broadcasting & Cable
When will Tesla's home battery make financial sense?
Last week, Elon Musk unveiled Tesla Energy, a line of batteries that can store power for utilities, businesses, and homes. It's the home part people were most excited about, and coupled with solar panels, it's also the part that has the most long-term potential to ...
Tesla Shares Rise After Reporting a Narrower Loss Than Predicted  Bloomberg
Tesla beats Q1 estimates, predicts boost in deliveries  USA TODAY