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How Did Yahoo's Fired COO Get $58 Million? Good Timing
Financial filings from Yahoo on Wednesday gave a final look into the short, lucrative stint that Henrique de Castro spent as the company's chief operating officer.
Nice parting gift: Yahoo exec on job for 15 months gets $58-million ...  Detroit Free Press
Fired Yahoo exec gets $58M for 15 months of work  CNBC.com
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Morgan Stanley's Profit Rises
The latest quarterly report comes on the heels of a strong year for the New York investment bank, in which Chief Executive James Gorman gained momentum that had eluded him since taking over the corner office from former chief John Mack in 2010.
Morgan Stanley Profits Rise As Makeover Takes Hold  Forbes
Morgan Stanley's Profit Rises -- 4th Update  NASDAQ
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US jobless claims hover near pre-recession levels
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New applications for unemployment benefits held near their pre-recession levels last week, offering further evidence of the economy's underlying strength.
US Jobless Claims Rise Slightly to 304000  Wall Street Journal
Jobless claims close to lowest level since 2007  MarketWatch
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Google Sales Miss Highlights Challenges of Mobile Transition (1)
Google's audience is migrating to smartphones, where the company gets less ad money for marketing spots than on desktops and tablets.
Rising Costs Erode Google Profits  Wall Street Journal
Google's ad prices are down. So what?  Fortune
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Stocks fall at the open on mixed earnings
Stocks fell at the open Thursday as investors struggle to keep Wall Street's recent rally going. Investors were digesting a large batch of mixed earnings reports as markets are looking to see if corporate profits are strong enough to justify higher stock prices.
Stock Futures Flat After Three-Day Rally  Wall Street Journal
Stock Futures Zigzag as Traders Parse Earnings Deluge  Fox Business
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UPDATE 2-GE industrial profits rise 12 percent, shares up
(Adds further details on results, shareholder comments). By Lewis Krauskopf and Ernest Scheyder. April 17 (Reuters) - General Electric Co posted a 12 percent rise in overall industrial profits on Thursday, as strength in its businesses selling gas turbines, ...
GE Posts Strong Growth in Industrial Business Units  New York Times
Instant View: GE industrial earnings rise, shares tick higher  Chicago Tribune
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US futures edge lower after Yellen rally; Dow Jones down 0.25%
Investing.com - U.S. stock futures pointed to a lower open on Thursday, after Wednesday''s strong rally following accomodative comments by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and as investors were preparing for another slew of earnings reports to be ...
The Fed's Puzzling Uncertainties  Bloomberg View
Yellen makes careful forecast  gulfnews.com
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Chipotle Sales Surge as It Draws More Customers
Mexican food chain Chipotle's first-quarter net income rose 8 percent as higher costs offset a sales surge as more customers bought its burritos and other fare.
Chipotle Profit Rises on Stronger Restaurant Traffic  Wall Street Journal
Chipotle profit up 8 pct as more diners visit its outlets  CNBC.com
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The Number Of Un - Insured Adults Begins to Drop In Select States
Do you have health insurance ? A new study says the rate of uninsured adults is dropping faster in states that have embraced the affordable health care act.
Wonkbook: The early benefits of embracing Obamacare  Washington Post (blog)
Obamacare's impact: Differences emerge between states  CBS News
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Wal-Mart to Launch Money-Transfer Service
Wal-Mart, facing a sustained drop off in store traffic, has said itwould accelerate its spending on its online presence and smaller-format storesmeant to be more convenient for short shopping trips.
Walmart Introduces Exclusive Money Transfer Service, Cuts Fees by up to 50 ...  MarketWatch
Wal-Mart to launch new money transfer service  Chicago Tribune
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