GoDaddy Out to Lose Bad-Boy Image

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Customers recognize GoDaddy from ads with Danica Patrick, but the web-hosting firm now hopes a coming $20-a-share IPO will help its transition to serious small business.

Businesses Seek New African Frontiers

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Economic issues in South Africa and Nigeria have prompted companies to look for growth in smaller but promising African countries like Angola and Kenya.

Eurozone Manufacturing Picks Up

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Manufacturing activity in the eurozone grew more rapidly during March than first estimated and at the fastest pace in 10 months, while the weaker euro boosted new orders from overseas buyers.

Nigeria's Muddled Vote for Oil Prices

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Geopolitical strife is having a muted effect on oil prices.

Investors Across the Globe Join the Party

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Quarterly Markets Review: Stocks in the U.S. and big global markets ended March on a down note, but investors had plenty to celebrate during a quarter marked by records broken around the world.

A Sweet New Job for Comcast CFO

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Comcast is creating a $4.1 billion investment company in partnership with its chief financial officer, Michael J. Angelakis, to hunt for growth at home and abroad as the U.S. cable market matures.

RadioShack Rescue Deal Clears Bankruptcy Court

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RadioShack won court approval of a lender takeover that will send the retailing operation out of bankruptcy trimmed-down but still selling electronics.

Don't Buy Excuses for Poor Readings

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Ahead of the Tape: When it comes to a key manufacturing gauge, the impact of a port strike and harsh winter may fade but dollar strength will linger.

City Comes to the Suburbs in New Developments

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Demand for office space in American suburbs, which for years has lagged behind their urban cores, is showing signs of a rebound. That is sparking development.

Battered Oil Shows Signs of Life

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Quarterly Markets Review: As the U.S. runs low on space for oil storage, production growth is expected to slow. That could bring some much-needed support for prices after a nine-month slide.

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