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U.S. states with the most ‘STEM’ workers
States with highest proportions of science, technology, engineering and math workers.
Satya Nadella charts brave new course for Microsoft Commentary: CEO lays out plans for structural, philosophical changes at software giant.
Spielberg posing next to an exotic trophy kill?
Did Fed slip end of bond buying into its minutes?
• Fed appears uneasy over market complacency
• House hearing opens Pandora's box for Fed
Social Security loophole’s huge windfall opportunity RetireMentors: You might be familiar with the file-and-suspend strategy, but you probably never heard of this unusual twist, says Robert Klein.
Murderer turns himself into ‘Oracle of San Quentin’
• How prison inmates learn about money
How a parent’s health-care bills could hurt you
• Caring for mom, dad? Take care of yourself too
• French current-account deficit widens
• German inflation confirmed as rising, but low
• Oil gives up some overnight gains in Asian trade
• Alibaba may start IPO process by end of July
• Ten brands that could vanish in 2015
• Newmont Mining gearing up for a big breakout
• American Apparel ends back above $1
• Amazon sued by FTC over in-app purchases
• Yahoo plan for Alibaba cash draws attention
Woman arrested in Google exec’s yacht death
Police say alleged prostitute injected heroin into executive, cleaned up evidence and left him to die.
Diplomacy through humiliation
Ah, it's international relations in the age of embarrassing selfies. See what John Kerry, Tony Abbott and Shinzo Abe have been up to.
• Next week in Asia... | Asia stocks quotes
• India budget focuses on jobs, growth
Cynk: Quite possibly the bubbliest stock of all
Cynk has rallied almost 25,000% over past few weeks, sending traders (and markets reporters) on an Internet goose chase to figure out what it's all about.
Why Merkel loves her central bank
It’s no surprise Angela Merkel defends the Bundesbank, because the central bank helped keep Germany free, writes Barry Wood.
• Germany wants top U.S. spy to leave country
Wells Fargo earnings: What to expect
Revenue may very likely have dropped, but analysts will be watching for earnings growth to continue.
• Citigroup earnings: legal issues in focus
• 6 companies set to report huge earnings gains
• 22 stocks that may be gems of earnings season
China bans journalists from foreign media
Top regulator tells all journalists to stay away from working with foreign press, including talking about their jobs.
• Chinese hackers access key U.S. data
Boehner prepares suit against Obama
Speaker John Boehner prepares to sue President Obama, but he's picked a surprising issue to argue over.
• Survey shows Obamacare effect on uninsured
• Republicans push to deport faster
Elon Musk's $1 million gift for Tesla museum
Tesla Motors CEO makes the pledge to build a science museum honoring Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla.
• Catholic businesses vs. pope on capitalism
5 off-season trips worth taking
Vacations outside of peak times can offer much more than cost savings. Here are five destinations worth visiting off-season.
• Boomer travel: Planning a trip to Antarctica
Another sign the bull market is nearing its end
Commentary: Companies no longer want to buy their own shares, a worrisome sign, writes Mark Hulbert.
• Emerging markets still a lousy investment
• Michael Sincere: Time for a market ‘sell’ signal
Japan's Topix closes with 0.3% loss at 1,255.19
Japan's Nikkei Average ends down 0.3% at 15,164.04
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