BUSINESS

AP Investigation: China Launders Cash of Foreign Criminals – New York Times »

AP Investigation: China Launders Cash of Foreign Criminals – New York Times…

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Dollar firms, Asia stocks slip as US data, Fed comments awaited – Reuters »

SINGAPORE/TOKYO The dollar firmed on Monday and most Asian markets surrendered early gains as investors cautiously awaited U.S. economic data and speeches by Federal Reserve officials this week that could…

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Marissa Mayer, who has been Yahoo’s CEO for nearly four years, is in the process of laying off 15 percent of the company’s workforce and

As Yahoo Turns: Shareholder mutiny begins another soap opera – The Denver Post »

Shareholder rebellions at Yahoo are becoming like presidential elections — they are happening every four years. Activist investor Starboard Value on Thursday launched a widely anticipated mutiny in a letter…

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Women Still Earn Less Money Than Men, Research On Gender Pay Gap Reveals – Tech Times »

The gender pay gap still exists, and a large part of it is not caused by workplace discrimination, a new report by Glassdoor revealed. It is possible that the distribution…

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SPORTS

‘Keep bleeding’: UNC’s Roy Williams injures himself while cutting net – USA TODAY »

USA TODAY Sports’ Nicole Auerbach breaks down the East region, where top-seeded North Carolina took care of business against Notre…

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Free Agents the LA Lakers Should Let Walk This Offseason – Bleacher Report »

The Los Angeles Lakers are in the final stages of their march toward the offseason, still locked in last place…

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Watch Jason Heyward get attacked by bees during spring training game – AL.com »

Chicago Cubs outfielder Jason Heyward was attacked by bees Sunday in a spring training game against Seattle. The attack, which…

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Jason Day returns to world No 1 after Match Play glory – RTE.ie »

Sport Golf Updated: Monday, 28 Mar 2016 09:42 | Comments <!– Article –> Comments Jason Day: ‘It’s been a memorable…

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Eric Staal Provides Spark, but Rangers Fall Short – New York Times »

Eric Staal Provides Spark, but Rangers Fall Short – New York Times…

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Djokovic Sees Off Sousa In Miami – ATP World Tour »

Five-time Miami champion Novak Djokovic remains on track to capture the 2016 Miami Open presented by Itau after downing…

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Europe

Tourists Cut Back on Europe Trips After Bombings – Wall Street Journal »

When school superintendent David Hile saw a television report on the Brussels terrorist attacks last week, he knew he had to make an unpopular move: Cancel a high-school trip to Europe that was scheduled to leave two days later. “I immediately knew we had to cancel,” said the…

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The Belgian Blasts Will Unify Europe’s Intelligence Efforts – Newsweek »

The Belgian Blasts Will Unify Europe’s Intelligence Efforts – Newsweek…

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Ex-CIA director: Europe may be too free – CNBC »

The Brussels bombings came four months after more than 100 people were killed in Paris attacks executed by the so-called Islamic State. In another “Squawk Box” interview, Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer said: “Clearly we are getting inured [in the U.S.] to the level of…

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Opinion: Europe must unite against terrorism – Lawrence Journal World »

Washington — “We have the Europe we deserve,” admitted French Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Wednesday. The question is how Europeans can build the security structures they need. The first requirement is solidarity, within each country and among the 28 nations of the European Union.…

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Donald Trump says UK and Europe are not safe places following Brussels terror attacks – The Independent »

Donal Trump has said Britain and Europe are “not safe places” following the terror attacks, which killed at least 31 people in Brussels on Tuesday.  The twin blasts at the Zaventeem airport and at the Maalbeek Metro station in the heart of the Belgian capital left more than 360 people injured,…

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SCIENCE

Alaska’s Pavlof Volcano Spews Ash 20000 Feet Into Air – NBCNews.com »

Image: Pavlof volcano eruption

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A volcano on Alaska’s Aleutian Islands erupted Sunday afternoon and sent ash 20,000 feet into the air, according to the U.S. Geological…

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Tiny Artificial Life: Lab-Made Bacterium Sports Smallest Genome Yet – Yahoo News »

An artificial bacterial genome with the smallest number of genes needed for life has been created in a lab, opening the way for creating synthetic…

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Quantum Computers Move Closer To Reality With ‘Fredkin Gate’ Breakthrough – International Business Times »

In a major breakthrough in quantum computing, scientists from Griffith University and the University of Queensland in Australia announced Monday that they had found a…

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Asia

The New Rules For Consumer Brands In Developing Asia – Forbes

The New Rules For Consumer Brands In Developing Asia – Forbes}…

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TRAVEL

Travel after the attacks: What to know if you decide to go – USA TODAY

Justin and Stephanie Shults moved to Belgium a few years after getting married. They loved exploring new cities together. VPC The Brussel Centraal train station is lit up in the colors of the Belgian flag on…

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America

What it’s Like to Be a Chinese High Schooler in America – Foreign Policy (blog)

If Lydia Hong, 16, had to choose a standout moment in her tenure so far at the Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland, it would probably be the time the Beijing native was chosen to represent her…

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Asia

The New Rules For Consumer Brands In Developing Asia – Forbes

The New Rules For Consumer Brands In Developing Asia – Forbes}…

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TENNIS

Djokovic Helps Fan With A Very Special ‘Promposal’ – ATP World Tour

Trying to think of the best way to impress a girl and ask her to the prom with you? Why not enlist the help of her favourite tennis player, Novak Djokovic? One young fan did…

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