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8:09 PM - Monday, March 30, 2015
13 hour ago - forbes.com
If Jay-Z has his way social media will be awash with baby blue avatars today, as part of the relaunch of TIDAL, the streaming music service he recently acquired. Among the earliest to join the promotional effort: Kanye West, Madonna, Beyonce, U . . .
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
Nuclear Pact Could Lead Investors to Iran StocksTEHRAN—If Iran reaches a nuclear deal and sanctions are lifted, Western investors are likely to queue up to invest in the country.
16 hour ago - MarketWatch.com
Indiana legislative leaders said they are working on a bill to clarify a religious-objections law following days of criticism from opponents who argue the new measure could result in discrimination against gay people.
18 hour ago - CNBC
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff are among business leaders criticizing Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Angie's List CEO William Oesterle, is also speaking out.
7 hour ago - CNBC
A top Fed official suggested regulations to reduce non-bank lending sector risks, while saying it is hard for the Fed to impose restrictions.
8 hour ago - CNBC
If Jay Z's new streaming service prompts a Pandora selloff, a buying opportunity could arise, some "Fast Money" traders said.
14 hour ago - on The Huffington Post / Adam Goldberg
Shanna Tippen was another hourly worker at the bottom of the nation’s economy, looking forward to a 25 cent bump in the Arkansas minimum wage that would make it easier for her to buy diapers for her grandson. When I wrote about her in the Post . . .
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
Spring Puts Bounce in Housing Market -- Ahead of the TapeAfter a slowdown, house prices may get a second wind this spring as measured by S&P/Case-Shiller data.The demise of the housing recovery has been greatly exaggerated.
14 hour ago - CNNMoney.com
Ben Bernanke, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, launched his blog Monday, choosing an interesting time to opine about monetary policy.
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