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Low California snowpack ushers mandatory water restrictions
(CNN) The Golden State could soon refer to the hue of California's lawns. Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday imposed mandatory water restrictions for the first time on residents, businesses and farms, ordering cities and towns in the drought-ravaged state to ...
California governor orders mandatory water restrictions amid drought  Fox News
Calif. governor orders statewide mandatory water restrictions  Washington Post
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McDonald's to Raise Pay at Outlets It Operates
McDonald's announced on Wednesday that it would raise wages and offer new benefits to 90,000 employees in the 1,500 outlets in the United States that it owns and operates, responding to competitive pressure from a tighter job market and to labor ...
McDonald's to Raise Hourly Pay by 10%  Wall Street Journal
McDonald's announces plan to raise salaries to $10/hr for 90000 workers  Nasdaq
Why firms speak up on religious-objections laws
New York � A bevy of big-name businesses including Apple, Gap and Levi Strauss are publicly speaking out against religious-objections legislation in states such as Indiana and Arkansas.
Republicans feel heat from business on religious freedom acts  Fresno Bee
Asian shares edge up in cautious trade, US jobs data in focus
Asian shares edged up in early trade on Thursday, but gains were tempered by weak U.S. private sector employment and manufacturing data that raised concerns ahead of Friday's key employment figures.
Here we go again: Another reason to cut Q1 growth  CNBC
Job Gains Miss Expectations  Investor's Business Daily
Allegiant Wins Court Order Blocking Pilot Strike for Now
Allegiant Travel Co.'s airline persuaded a judge to block a threatened strike by more than 500 of it pilots until at least April 10.
Judge blocks Allegiant Air pilots' strike  Roanoke Times
Court order blocks strike by Allegiant pilots  Las Vegas Review-Journal
SEC Fires Warning Shot About Confidentiality Agreements
A sound that delights regulators and strikes fear in corporations - employees' blowing the whistle on wrongdoing - is poised to become louder.
KBR charged with anti-whistleblower violation  Houston Chronicle
SEC finds that KBR confidentiality agreements 'stifled' whistleblowers  Washington Post
Overheard: GoDaddy's Turn On
GoDaddy may have made its name by sexing up the rather unsexy business of Internet-domain registration. Now, it will need to find some market-related sex appeal.
GoDaddy shares rise 31% on first day of trading  San Francisco Chronicle
$600 million of IPO success for GoDaddy  azcentral.com
Market Wrap: Stocks Fall on Economic Data; Automakers Slip
Internet Domain Registrar GoDaddy Goes Public On New York Stock Exchange Spencer Platt/Getty ImagesTraders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday as website hosting service GoDaddy makes its IPO.
Wall Street declines after data; automakers fall  Economic Times
US STOCKS-Wall St falls after data; automakers decline  Reuters UK
Simon calls off $16.8B bid to create mall colossus
INDIANAPOLIS - Simon Property Group is calling off its hostile $16.8 billion takeover bid for Macerich, which would have tied together two of the nation's largest mall operators.
Simon pulls $16.8B offer for Macerich after rejection  Finance and Commerce
Macerich and Sears Are Big Market Movers  New York Times
Kraft and Mondelez Sued by CFTC for Wheat Price Manipulation
Kraft Foods Group Inc. was accused by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission of manipulating wheat prices by hoarding futures contracts it didn't intend to fulfill.
CFTC files suit against Kraft, Mondelez for alleged wheat manipulation  Nasdaq
US Agency Charges Kraft, Mondelez With Wheat Price Rigging  ABC News