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  1. Iron MayorRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | The New Yorker

    Steven Fulop, the mayor of Jersey City, has a Kuota K-Factor bike with Mavic Cosmic Carbone SLS wheels. "It's for triathletes," he said, as he walked out of City Hall and along the bike lane on Grove Street.


  2. Post your commentRead the original story w/Photo

    59 min ago | Bangkok Post

    Demand from China, rising domestic purchasing power, cheap land and labor have helped Brazilian giants earn themselves a healthy slice of the international food sector, as shown by the Heinz-Kraft merger. Brazilian group JBS, the world's market leader in meat, has become the world's number two global food producer by revenue after Nestle HJ Heinz's owner 3G Capital, billionaire Jorge Paulo Lemann's investment fund, will have a 51 percent stake of the new group under an agreement with Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway to create North America's third-largest food and beverage conglomerate.


  3. Juror in gender lawsuit sympathized with Pao, sided with KleinerRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Reuters

    To some Silicon Valley watchers, the Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers gender discrimination case became a referendum on the challenging state of women in technology. But for the lone woman in technology on the jury, an at times unfriendly workplace did not amount to gender discrimination at the powerful venture capital firm.


  4. Ackman's Pershing Square Said Near Deal to Move to NYC TowerRead the original story

    1 hr ago | The Washington Post

    Pershing Square would take about 49,000 square feet for offices on the 34th and 35th floors, as well as lease space in the basement for a gym, according to the person, who asked not to be identified because the discussions are private. A few details need to be resolved before the transaction is completed, the person said.


  5. Interoute eyes roll-up of European and U.S. cloud network firmsRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    Britain's Interoute, a high-capacity data network and corporate cloud services provider, is taking on new private equity investors to fund acquisitions across Europe and the United States, the company said on Monday. Aleph Capital Partners, a UK investment firm headed by former Goldman Sachs European private equity investment chief Hugues Lepic, and Crestview Partners, a U.S. private equity firm founded by ex-Goldman colleagues, have agreed to buy a 30 percent stake in London-based Interoute.


  6. A Kleiner Perkins-inspired lesson in workplace diversityRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    Ellen Pao lost her gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins, but she scored a victory for women in tech. Credit: Justin Sullivan.


  7. John Thain Is Still in the GameRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | American Banker

    He could have easily shunned the spotlight after leaving Merrill Lynch, but instead John Thain accepted the challenge of reviving the troubled CIT Group. By all measures he's succeeded, cementing his reputation as a fixer, but the job is hardly complete.


  8. Oil prices dip as Iran world powers seek nuclear dealRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Hindustan Times

    Oil prices dipped in Asian morning trading on Monday, adding to steep losses in the previous session, as Iran and six world powers tried to reach a deal that could add oil to the market if sanctions against Tehran are lifted. Iran and six world powers tried to break an impasse in nuclear negotiations on Sunday ahead of a deadline to find a prelminary deal by Tuesday, although diplomats warned the attempt could still fall apart.


  9. Claire Underwood, $70M and the verdict heard around Silicon Valley...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Claire Underwood, $70M and the verdict heard around Silicon Valley are on the minds of our women to watch this week NastyGal founder Sophia Amoruso talks about her new book #Girlboss at TechCrunch Disrupt in an interview with TechCrunch co-editor Alexis Tsotsis. Ellen Pao : After weeks of watching arguably the most high-profile gender discrimination suit in Silicon Valley history unfold, the jury ruled Friday that Menlo Park, Calif.-based venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers did not discriminate or retaliate against former junior partner Ellen Pao , the Silicon Valley Business Journal reported .


  10. BEIJING: Countries rush to join AIIBRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Asia News Network

    Countries are rushing to join the new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank as the application deadline draws near, but the United States remains conspicuously absent. Experts attending the annual Boao Forum for Asia in Boao, Hainan province, said the United States should reconsider its stance.


  11. Asia Stocks Drop With Copper; Oil Extends Slump on Glut ConcernsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Asian stocks fell amid a retreat in commodity prices, while the dollar extended gains. Oil slid a second day on concern a deal over Iran's nuclear program could see the country boost crude exports amid a global glut.


  12. 5 things we learned about Silicon Valley culture from the Ellen Pao trialRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Mashable

    After three years, Ellen Pao's long, difficult legal battle with Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers is finally at an end. And although Pao didn't get the outcome she'd hoped for, she seemed to take solace in the fact that she was able to tell her story - salacious details and all - to thousands of people around the world.


  13. "Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review" PublishedRead the original story

    4 hrs ago |

    The company provides energy infrastructure investment services. Its key investment aspects include revenue risk analysis; core infrastructure assets, competitive advantage, and early involvement.


  14. Mining for tourists? A dubious economic savior in AppalachiaRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | KFMB-TV San Diego

    As coal and other signature ... . This Oct. 18, 2014 photo shows an entrance to the Portal 31 coal mine that has been turned into a tourist attraction in Lynch, Ky.


  15. Dufry Agrees to Buy Control of World Duty Free From BenettonsRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Switzerland's Dufry AG agreed to buy a majority stake in Italian airport retailer World Duty Free SpA for 1.3 billion euros to expand globally. Edizione Srl, a holding company controlled by the Benetton family, and its investment vehicle Schematrentaquattro SpA agreed to sell the 50.1 percent stake for 10.25 euros a share, according to an e-mailed statement from March 28. The price represents a premium of about 22 percent on the volume-weighted average share price in the past six months, the statement said.


  16. Experts: Sex bias case will embolden women despite verdictRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | WBTV

    The jury are due back in court on Friday in Pao's lawsuit against Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Pao says the firm discriminated ... .


  17. Was Buffet Right about Derivatives as WMDs?Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Investopedia

    Few words in finance carry a greater negative connotation than "derivative," thanks in large part to the financial crisis of 2007-08. To the casual observer's understanding, traders in designer suits and Barker Black shoes exchanged some extremely complicated financial instruments, which somehow resulted in tens of thousands of Americans with subprime mortgages losing their homes.


  18. Warren Buffett: 3 Ways to Protect Your Savings From a CrisisRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    If anyone knows how to weather a financial crisis, it's Warren Buffett. Between October 2008 and March of 2009, in the depths of the Great Recession, shares in Buffett's company Berkshire Hathaway dropped 32% -- and yet, thanks to the excellent performance of the many companies Berkshire owns, the conglomerate's book value only decreased 9.6% during 2008.


  19. Warren Buffett vs. David Einhorn: Who is Better At Picking Stocks?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Insider Monkey

    Warren Buffett has become an easy target as Berkshire Hathaway Inc. delivered less glamorous returns than it historically has done. BRK-B shares returned 52% since the end of 2007 vs. a gain of 63% for simple S&P 500 ETF .


  20. Colgate-Palmolive Company (CL), Novo Nordisk A/S (ADR) (NVO) Among...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Insider Monkey

    The quantitative hedge fund Renaissance Technologies , formerly managed by billionaire Jim Simons , has been so successful that it has been partly responsible for prompting other funds to begin the process of looking into and setting up their own quantitative-based teams to augment their trading, including billionaires Ray Dalio and Steven Cohen. In fact the shift towards automated trading is so strong and the algorithms only continuing to improve, to the point that some in the industry are heralding the future demise of the human trader.