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CNBC
The initial panic has passed, but Syria could still be a danger spot for traders
CNBC
The U.S. attack on Syria prompted investors to buy oil as well as safe haven plays. Markets are watching for any response or escalation by Syria's Assad. Patti Domm | @pattidomm. 3 Hours Ago CNBC.com. SHARES ...

Washington Post
US hiring slumped in March as employers added only 98000 jobs
Washington Post
The momentum in the U.S. labor market flagged in March, new government data showed Friday, with the private sector and the government adding only 98,000 jobs, the lowest gain in nearly a year, as winter storms weighed on economic activity. “It was a ...

New York Times
William T. Walters, Famed Sports Bettor, Is Guilty in Insider Trading Case
New York Times
The sports gambler William T. Walters arriving at the Federal District Court in Manhattan last month. On Friday, he was convicted of charges of wire fraud, securities fraud and conspiracy, Credit Kevin Hagen for The New York Times. Four times, the ...

Los Angeles Times
Google systemically underpays women, regulator says
Los Angeles Times
Government investigators looking into how Google pays its employees accused the tech giant of shortchanging women doing similar work to men. A U.S. Department of Labor official disclosed the agency's allegations during a Friday court hearing in San ...

Washington Post
Delta flight cancellations grow; Hyundai, Kia to recall 1.5 million cars, SUVs
Washington Post
Delta Air Lines said Friday it has canceled about 3,000 flights this week as it struggles in the aftermath of a storm that hit its big hub airport in Atlanta. The thunderstorm hit Wednesday, and canceled flights and long lines in Atlanta persisted into ...

Washington Post
California governor declares end to drought emergency
Washington Post
SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown declared an end to California's historic drought Friday, lifting emergency orders that had forced residents to stop running sprinklers as often and encouraged them to rip out thirsty lawns during the state's driest four ...

Los Angeles Times
Delta Air Lines throws pizza party for stranded passengers
Los Angeles Times
During extended flight delays caused by heavy storms in the South this week, Delta Air Lines turned what is normally a day of public relations damage control into something positive by plying hundreds of stranded passengers with free pizza, sandwiches ...

ActionNewsJax.com
Electronics Retailer Hhgregg Is Going Out of Business
New York Times
INDIANAPOLIS — Consumer electronics chain hhgregg Inc. is going out of business and shutting down all its stores. The Indianapolis company said Friday that it will liquidate its assets after failing to find a buyer for the business. It filed for ...

Los Angeles Times
Most Wells Fargo board members should go, says influential advisory group
Los Angeles Times
An influential shareholder advisory firm has recommended that Wells Fargo & Co. investors vote against most of the company's incumbent board members in an upcoming election — a stinging rebuke that the bank's board called “extreme and unprecedented.

Reuters
Wall Street down after weak jobs, Fed comments, Syria airstrikes
Reuters
NEW YORK Wall Street's three major indexes edged lower on Friday in a choppy session as investors grappled with a weaker-than-expected job report, the U.S. airstrike in Syria and a top Federal Reserve official's comments on trimming the U.S. central ...

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