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U.S. housing starts rose but below market expectations and building permits fell in March, pointing to underlying weakness in the housing market that could persist despite improving weather.
U.S. Housing Starts Up But Miss Forecasts; Permits Fall
One of Coca-Cola's top marketing executives found unexpected lessons about work and life from her Zimbabwean mentee. "So I'm supposed to mentor Tidings (Chimphondah), not the other way around?" said Wendy Clark, SVP of Coca-Cola's Global Sparkling Brand Center.
A Coke Exec’s Lessons From An Unlikely Visitor
You Probably Won’t Be Surprised At What Millennials Plan To Do With Their Tax Refunds
Rising Food Prices Pinching Consumers
Attention Retirees: You Can Still Have Fun. Here’s How
Is Your Business Persona Working For You?
Preventive Care Without Cost-Sharing
Disability Benefits On A Fast Track
7 Life Hacks For Retirement
5 Retirement Busters And How To Manage Them
Pay TV Subscriptions Expected To Rise Through 2019
Getting A Big Tax Refund May Not Be A Good Thing
This Is The Easiest Way To Pay Less In Taxes
6 Money To-Dos You Can’t Afford To ‘Pass Over’
The Most Dangerous Food
Why Your Savings And Retirement Will Soon Be Gone
Beyond Ratings: More Tools Coming To Pick Your Doctor
Longer Nurse Tenure On Hospital Units Leads To Higher Quality Care
Using Protection Trusts To Help Heirs
‘Body Hack’ App By Math Researchers Shortcuts Jet-Lag Recovery
Getting To The Root Of Parkinson’s Disease
Diet Soft Drinks May Increase Cardiovascular Risk
Medicaid Programs Drowning In Backlog
The Growing Inequality In How America Saves For College
Four Biggest 401(k) Conflicts
Finally, Modest Progress Toward Long-Term Care Financing Reform
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Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's surprise surge in revenue and its upcoming IPO present a great opportunity for investors to load up on Yahoo Inc's shares, analysts said.
Yahoo Shares A Good Buy As Alibaba Nears IPO: Analysts
For the past five years the iconic cookie purveyor has seen its sales slip because of declining traffic in lower- and mid-tier malls and an influx of competition from the likes of Cinnabon, Auntie Anne's, and Wetzel's Pretzels. Stale sales are pushing the cookie-maker beyond its traditional base and into an alliance with TCBY.
Mrs. Fields Looks Beyond The Mall
Meet The Guy Who Helped Add $2 Billion To Twitter’s Valuation Yesterday
Bank Of America’s Legal Woes Are Only Partly To Blame For Its Disappointing Quarter
Metals Stocks: Gold Wavers, Copper Edges Up After China Data
The Best Online Tools To Track Your Investments
How To Profit By Avoiding Common Investment Errors
Beware Of The Walking Dead In Your Portfolio
SodaStream Pops 11% On Minority Stake Sale Buzz
Europe’s Gentle Clampdown On Flash Boys
Do You See A Bubble?
Homebuilder Confidence Misses For 4th Month In A Row
Stocks Move Higher On Encouraging Profit Reports
Here’s How Box Can Still Go Public In The Midst Of The Brutal Tech Selloff
Stocks That Go Up Can Keep Going Up
Nestle Reports Slow First Quarter
China Gold Demand ‘On The Rise’
Don’t Just Sit On Your Investments, Do Something
Should Google Know Your Deepest Darkest Secrets?
How Companies Are Using Wearables In The Workplace
Is This Tiny Gadget The Future Of Smoking?
Commodity-Backed Currencies? China Buys Huge Copper Mine; Russia Onshores Largest Gold Miner
BofAML Warns VIX Complacency Suggest Stocks Fall Further
Futures Tread Water As Geopolitical Fears Added To Momentum Collapse Concerns
“Shadows Of March 2000″ – Goldman On The Great Momo Crash Of 2014
Weekly Sentiment Report: Horrific? Hardly!
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The Census Bureau has been directed to change the wording of questions concerning Americans’ health coverage so that it will be impossible to compare the answers with those provided by takers of the bureau’s interim annual surveys in previous years.
Obamacare Data Manipulated By White House-Directed Change In Census Survey
Today, the biggest news about the Affordable Care Act probably is a Politico story that says insurance companies are becoming exchange optimists. It’s too early to predict, but it looks as though both large and smaller insurers are going to be more likely to jump into state exchanges than to leave them.
Parsing The Obamacare Debate
The Rich Man And Lazarus’s Big Gulp
The U.S. Government: Paying To Undermine Internet Security, Not To Fix It
Why Is Public Television Against Public Schools?
‘Kissing Congressman’ McAllister Ducks Tea Party Rally For Counseling
The Common Core Problem
The Next US Sanctions May Target Russia’s Own Darth Vader
Californians Realize They Pay The Government Too Much In Taxes
Millennials Are Growing Up (Sniff)
Nudging Taxpayers To Do The Right Thing
Ukraine Crisis Could Hit Russian GDP
Rural Population Continues To Decline In The U.S.
3 Dead After Shootings At Jewish Centers In Kansas
It Is Precious To Them
Ranchers Claim Victory As Bureau Of Land Management Pulls Out Of Bundy Operation
The Shale Boom And Its Impact On Domestic Energy Supply
Will The National Republican Senatorial Committee Pledge To Support Chris McDaniel?
John McCain And Lindsey Graham Oppose Ben Sasse In Nebraska
East Ukraine Braces For Military Operation As Ultimatum Passes
Did CIA Director Brennan Visit Kiev Recently?
UN Security Council Begins Discussion Of Situation In Ukraine
Obama On The Red Line And On The Rat Line
“The Next America” – Two Dramas In Slow Motion
31-Year-Old Hedge Fund Trader Made More Than The CEOs Of The Six Biggest Banks Combined
World Trade Picture Improves But 2014 Still Below Trend: WTO
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