Beware Tech Sector's Sputtering Starter Engine

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Signs of weakness in debuts from Weibo, Sabre and Paycom point to a snarl-up in Silicon Valley—and potential for further selloffs.

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Former BP Employee to Settle Insider-Trading Allegations

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Keith Seilhan, a former BP employee and senior responder during the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, has agreed to settle charges of insider trading.

European Agency Warns of More Tampered Drugs

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Batches of the drugs Alimta and Remicade have been stolen and may have been tampered with and resold across Europe, the region's medicines regulator said Thursday.

Clearlake Emerges as Lone Bidder for Ashley Stewart Stores

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With no other offers on the table, plus-size women's clothing retailer Ashley Stewart said it plans to cancel a scheduled bankruptcy auction and sell its assets to lead bidder Clearlake Capital Group.

GM Global Sales Rise 2%

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General Motors sold nearly 2.42 million vehicles globally in the first three months of the year, up 2% from a year ago, but said it lost market share over the period.

Amazon Workers in Germany Strike Again

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Hundreds of Amazon.com workers in Germany walked off the job, continuing a string of strikes aimed at swaying the e-commerce giant on wage levels.

Permira Considering Buying Majority Stake in Roberto Cavalli Group

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Private-equity fund Permira is weighing a deal to buy a majority stake in Italian Roberto Cavalli Group, a person familiar with the matter said.

Citi Received Mixed Signals on 'Stress Test'

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The Federal Reserve's New York office indicated to Citigroup that the bank would have more time to fix certain "stress test" planning problems before Fed officials in Washington last month gave it a failing grade.

Today the federal judge allowed the Boston Marathon Bomber access to the victims autopsy photos. Do you agree with the ruling?
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