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18 Apr 2015 - United States

Mexico drug lord's arrest sparks gunfights, three dead

Business Insider - 18 Apr 2015 07:00
Mexico drug lord's arrestNuevo Laredo (Mexico)
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New Google security chiefMountain View (United States)
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Neiman Marcus accused ofAt issue are boots that have what could be described as fake faux fur.          
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Hedgies whose convictions wereAfter months in legal limbo, two hedge fund managers whose convictions were overturned in December are officially free men -- at least for now. The convictions of Todd Newman and...
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Michael Jackson's money manThe man who holds the purse strings to Michael Jackson's estate has also managed to carve out a lucrative side gig at the late singer's music publishing company. John Branca,...
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Stock Markets Around Globe Lose Their Footing

Wall Street Journal - 18 Apr 2015 04:51
Stock markets in the U.S., Europe and China are slammed by renewed fears of Greek exit from eurozone and weak corporate earnings.
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How To Get A Job You Will Hate

Forbes - 18 Apr 2015 04:40
How To Get A Job You Will HateHave you set your job-search sights too low?
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DOJ wants investigatedThe Justice Department is looking for scalps. Companies under investigation for fraud better be prepared to name names if they want prosecutors to show any mercy, the Justice Department's criminal...
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(Reuters) - The S&P 500 posted its biggest percentage loss since March 25 on Friday as investors shunned risk amid new trading regulations in China, renewed worries about Greece running out of money,... and tepid U.S. corporate earnings.
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Hedgies' mortgage bond profits fall to near zero

New York Post - 18 Apr 2015 04:15
Hedgies' mortgage bond profitsWall Street fat cats, who since 2009 have been pocketing billions of dollars in profits off the backs of beleaguered homeowners and their delinquent mortgages, could be facing the end...
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UN says 'differences' emerge in Libya peace talks

Business Insider - 18 Apr 2015 04:09
UN says 'differences' emergeSkhirat (Morocco)
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In a message to news organizations, a lawyer for the studio said that material taken in a cyberattack did not belong in the public domain.
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Bryant Gumbel can't recallThe host of HBO's "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" isn't big on details. Gumbel could recall almost nothing about the child labor exploitation report that aired on his show and...
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Inland Empire sees surge inPilar Guzman has worked for five years in a warehouse that processes luggage arriving from China and bound for the likes of Wal-Mart, Macy's and Kohl's.
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Home of the Week: SpanishThis Spanish Colonial Revival estate, with five levels and 2-foot-thick reinforced walls, was built in 1922 to replicate a Spanish castle with a Moorish design. Such original details as the rotunda... entry, ornamental leaded glass windows and a hand-painted barrel ceiling in the living room accentuate...
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How to Play the College Financial-Aid Game

Wall Street Journal - 18 Apr 2015 03:29
With a May 1 deadline to accept offers approaching, here are tips for deciphering financial-aid letters and finding the best deal.
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The 'Batman V Superman'"Batman V Superman" director Zack Snyder revealed the official teaser trailer for the film late Friday afternoon. Eagle-eyed fans watching the trailer may have noticed a familiar symbol hinting at a... very popular Batman villain hiding in plain site. At the 1:20 mark, while the focus is on the Batman over to the right of the screen, pay attention to the column on the left and you'll notice a question mark. Batfans instantly recognize that as a possible nod to one of the Dark Knight's biggest foes, the Riddler, who is known for leaving around question marks with riddles for the super sleuth to solve. Here's how the Riddler's question mark has looked in versions of Batman video game "Arkham Knight": Now, this could mean nothing. Currently, the Riddler isn't set to be in the film. A while back,...
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J.J. Watt Leaves Agent BenHouston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt has decided to part ways with his agent Ben Dogra, according to multiple sources.  Those sources have indicated that while Watt has terminated Dogra, who also... represents Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, Watt is likely not looking for new representation.
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For sports fans, the new slimmer packages being offered by Verizon FiOS starting this weekend won't include one of the most popular networks in entertainment: ESPN.Disney-owned ESPN said in a... statement late Friday that it hasn't agreed to license its ESPN or ESPN2 channels in Verizon's new "Custom TV" skinny bundles. The two channels, which run exclusive games including college and NFL football and basketball events, are only available in Verizon's much bigger bundles of hundreds of channels.
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Taxes: How to Reverse a Mistake

Wall Street Journal - 18 Apr 2015 02:51
To fix an error on your tax return, file an amended return on Form 1040X.
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11 super successful techMore than a third of the top tech companies in the US were founded by people born outside of the country. Their success stories drive many immigrants to come to the US in hopes of realizing the... American Dream. But just looking at their success makes it easy to overlook the fact that a lot of the immigrant founders had to overcome other problems - from language barriers to financial constraints - to achieve their extraordinary success. Sergey Brin had a very 'difficult first year' in the US Google cofounder Sergey Brin was just 6 years old when his family emigrated from the Soviet Union to settle in Maryland. His first memory of the US was of "sitting in the backseat of the car, amazed at all the giant automobiles on the highway," his mother Eugenia Brin told Moment Magazine. She says Brin...
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The Ways Investors Trip Up

Wall Street Journal - 18 Apr 2015 02:48
Three recent studies show how biases and other foibles can hurt investment performance.
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Review of Comcast Deal Is Said to Raise Concerns

The New York Times - 18 Apr 2015 02:48
Review of Comcast Deal Is SaidThe recommendation against blocking the merger with Time Warner is a preliminary step and Justice Department officials could overrule any recommendation from staff lawyers.
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George Lucas has not seen the new 'Star Wars' trailer

Business Insider - 18 Apr 2015 02:41
George Lucas has not seen theThe new "Star Wars" trailer has been viewed well over 23 million times alone on YouTube since its release Thursday at "Star Wars Celebration," but not one of those views belongs to creator George... Lucas. During a Tribeca Film Festival panel Friday afternoon where Lucas was interviewed by Stephen Colbert, the 70-year-old director said he has yet to see the new trailer for "The Force Awakens." When asked by Colbert if he's seen the teasers, Lucas didn't even seem to be aware that it came out Thursday. "I have seen the first one," Lucas said. He told the audience he hadn't had a chance to see "the one that came out today. I just saw it was on CBS." "I want to see that on the big screen," he added as Colbert was prepping to take out his phone to have Lucas watch it on his own device. While...
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Verizon unveils new FiOS TVVerizon introduces new ways to customize FiOS TV by letting customers choose from seven packs.          
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