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UPDATE 2-Deutsche Bank Q1 profit falls by half as legal charges bite
... * Rising investment bank revenue eroded by legal charges. * Legal reserves at 4.8 bln euros, contingent liabilities up. * Details of strategy shift due on Monday, April 27 (Adds contingent liabilities from statement, detail, background on restructuring).
Deutsche Bank figures halved after record fine for Libor rigging  Financial Times
Deutsche Bank profit hit by legal costs  BBC News
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More central banks meet, but ability to pilot economies in doubt
LONDON (Reuters) - Most central banks have been easing policy since the start of the year and are set to do more, but it still isn't clear whether that new activism, which has pushed stock markets to record highs, will help the global economy much.
U.S. Data And Fed To Drive The Dollar In The Week Ahead  Seeking Alpha
Amazon's Stock Could Rise 20% To $535 As Shopping 'Revolution' Snowballs
Although Amazon reported a $57 million (m) net loss for its first quarter ended 31 March 2015, Amazon Web Services (AWS), one of three Amazon.
Business today: Amazon web services [AWS] makes $1.57 billion in sales  New York Recorder
Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) Q1 Results: AWS Makes $1.57 billion in Sales  The Next Digit
More mature Nasdaq sets new record built on solid earnings base
Fifteen years after its bubble exploded dramatically costing tens of thousands of hopeful tech millionaires their savings, the Nasdaq finally made its way back this week.
What's Behind The All-Time Highs For NASDAQ, S&P 500?  Bidness ETC
US markets hit records as positive earnings news sinks in  The Australian Financial Review
Carnegie Deli shut down over possible illegal gas hookup
The famed Carnegie Deli has been shut down after Con Edison found a diverted gas hookup. Photo: John Roca. MORE ON: Carnegie Deli · Judge won't dismiss Carnegie queen's $12K alimony payment · Deli heiress fires off theft accusations against ex-to- ...
NYC's Carnegie Delicatessen has been closed  New York Recorder
Famous NYC Carnegie Deli Shuts Down Over Gas Line Issue  Biotech Wired
BM News: Chipotle joins hand with PostMates for starting deliveries in 67 cities
cording to a press release from chipotle's executive Mark Crumpacker, the company has joined hands with PostMates for providing fresh and readymade food consumers while they remain at their comfortable couches.
Chipotle joins hand with PostMates for starting deliveries in 67 cities  Benchmark Reporter
Holy Burrito! Chipotle Now Delivers In Chicago  Chicagoist
Pandora Media PT Raised to $22.00 at Pacific Crest (P)
Pandora Media logo Investment analysts at Pacific Crest boosted their price objective on shares of Pandora Media (NYSE:P) from $20.00 to $22.00 in a note issued to investors on Friday.
Pandora Posts Decline in Users Since December  Wall Street Journal
Sirius XM and Pandora Can Both Still Win  Investopedia
Runaway buffalo shot near Albany
Police say the farmers brought in hunters who shot and killed all 15 because they charged at several people and were putting drivers in danger.
Herd of escaped Buffalo gunned down in New York  Death and Taxes
New York herd of buffalo escape: 15 shot and killed after roaming highway (Pics)
BC craft beer book aims to spread the art of brewing
The art of craft beer brewing has taken off in B.C. Many enjoy the new beers, but may not know a lot about them. A B.C. based author says he's hoping his new book will change all that.
Behind the Bar: Celebrating American Craft Beer Week  On Tap Magazine
Craft Beer Week a celebration of beer, Green Bay  The Sheboygan Press
Justice Department investigates Aubrey McClendon; Chesapeake settles ...
Former Chesapeake Energy CEO and American Energy Partners founder Aubrey McClendon is under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department for possible antitrust violations in connection with the alleged bid rigging of Michigan oil and gas leases.
Oil exec Aubrey McClendon faces US antitrust probe: filing  Reuters
Chesapeake to Pay $25 Million to Settle Michigan Charges  Wall Street Journal