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US Stocks Close Higher for Third Day in a Row
Investors drove stock prices to their highest level in a week Wednesday, encouraged by a crop of corporate earnings and reassuring U.S.
Wall Street gains on Janet Yellen comments and Yahoo; BofA falls  Economic Times
Stocks Close Higher, Extending Gains  KWTX
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Rising Costs Erode Google Profits
But expenses grew faster�at 23%. As a result, Google's net income increased 3% to $3.65 billion, or $5.33 a share, from $3.53 billion, or $5.24 a share.
Google's 1Q Earnings Disappoint as Ad Prices Slip  ABC News
Most companies have to worry about what Wall Street thinks � here's why ...  Vox
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Toyota launches restyled Camry at NY show
Japan's Toyota took a big step in its drive to produce more exciting vehicles when it launched a restyled Camry sedan on the first day of a New York auto show where several carmakers sought to burnish their brands and key models.
Toyota Camry gets a top-to-bottom makeover  Arizona Daily Star
New York Auto Show: Toyota shows off new aggressive Camry styling  Los Angeles Times
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Leash on expenses helps AmEx counter muted user spending
(Reuters) - American Express Co's (AXP.N) quarterly profit beat analysts' average estimate as a tighter control on expenses helped make up for slower growth in consumer spending in its key U.S.
AmEx Posts Higher 1Q Profit as Spending Picks Up  ABC News
American Express Profit Up 12% On Card Spending  RTT News
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Yellen Says Job Market Is Too Weak to Raise Rates
Speaking at the Economic Club of New York, the Federal Reserve chairwoman, Janet L. Yellen, said the Fed's coming decision on interest rates would depend on employment and inflation thresholds.
Asia shares extend gains on Yellen remarks, US data  CNBC.com
Yellen makes careful forecast on economy  Washington Post
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US Airways won't fire worker who sent lewd tweet
The US Airways employee responsible for sending out a pornographic tweet Monday will not be fired, the company said, because it was a mistake.
US Airways apologizes for lewd picture  WKRC TV Cincinnati
US Airways Pornographic Tweet: Airline Won't Fire Employee Responsible ...  Headlines & Global News
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ComEd Requests A Rate Hike
Following a request from Commonwealth Edison Co., the Illinois Commerce Commission will decide whether to raise electricity rates next year to help pay for the utility's modernization of the electrical grid.
ComEd seeks rate hike to help pay for Smart Grid  WREX-TV
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NY Attorney General Sends Subpoenas to High-Speed Firms
WASHINGTON--New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office sent a first wave of subpoenas to more than a half-dozen high-frequency trading firms in an investigation into whether some of the firms have an unfair advantage over other trading outfits, ...
NY AG subpoenas high-frequency traders: Source  CNBC.com
What Does NY AG Want From High Frequency Firms?  Bloomberg
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UPDATE 1-Bank of America's financial crisis costs become a recurring nightmare
(Adds detail from conference call, background on settlements, additional investor comment). By Peter Rudegeair. April 16 (Reuters) - Bank of America Corp's financial crisis hangover is lasting longer than expected, leading some investors to wonder if the ...
Bank of America loses money in first quarter after settlement  News & Observer
Bank of America in Settlement Talks Over Mortgage Securities  Wall Street Journal
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Obamacare effects are bigger than expected, poll finds
WASHINGTON - President Obama's health law has led to an even greater increase in health coverage than previously estimated, according to new Gallup survey data, which suggests that about 12 million previously uninsured Americans have gained ...
Uninsured rates lower in states that embraced Obamacare  Washington Times
Obamacare Helped Up to 10 Million Get Insurance, Gallup Finds  NBCNews.com
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