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Exclusive: Tech companies agree to pay over $300 million to settle hiring lawsuit

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Stephen Lam A Google logo is seen at the garage where the company was founded on Google's 15th anniversary in Menlo Park, California September 26, 2013. Tech workers filed a class action lawsuit against Apple Inc, Google Inc, Intel Inc and Adobe Systems Inc in 2011, alleging they conspired not to poach one another's employees in order to avert a salary war.
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RT @FedcourtJunkie: Updated @Reuters exclusive: Apple, Google agree to pay $324 mln to settle hiring conspiracy lawsuit reuters.com/article/2014/0…
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RT @gerryshih: Exclusive: Apple, Google agree to pay over $300 million to settle conspiracy lawsuit reut.rs/1gV9kuU via @fedcourtjunkie
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Apple, Google agree to settle antitrust lawsuit over hiring deals: filing

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Robert Galbraith The Apple logo is pictured at a retail store in the Marina neighborhood in San Francisco, California April 23, 2014. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Tech workers filed a class action lawsuit against Apple Inc, Google Inc, Intel Inc and Adobe Systems Inc in 2011, alleging they conspired not to poach one another's employees in order to avert a salary war.
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Betting tech giants settled anti-employee collusion case to keep public from learning even more about their scheme reuters.com/article/2014/0…
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Exclusive: JetBlue flight attendants seek to hold unionization vote

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Joshua Lott JetBlue Airways logo is displayed on a monitor in Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy International Airport during a terminal test in New York August 23, 2008. The flight attendants are working with the Transport Workers Union of America (TWU) to sign authorization cards that would let them hold an election under national labor rules, the TWU told Reuters.

Judge strikes down NY limits on donations to 'super PACs'

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Gary Cameron Shaun McCutcheon is shown in front of the United States Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. on September 13, 2013. District Judge Paul Crotty said the statutes could not survive First Amendment scrutiny in light of recent landmark Supreme Court decisions that have lessened restrictions on big-money political donors.
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RT @jacobgershman: Judge strikes down NY limits on donations to 'super PACs' reut.rs/1rpbB6E via @reuters
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GM says facing multiple probes into recent recalls

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Jeff Kowalsky/Files The General Motors logo is seen outside its headquarters at the Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan in this file photograph taken August 25, 2009. GM said it is being investigated by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York, the U.S.

Thousands mob Modi as election race starts in Varanasi

in.reuters.com — VARANASI (Reuters) - Narendra Modi received a hero's welcome from thousands of orange-clad supporters as he launched his election campaign on Thursday in the religious city of Varanasi, a show of strength for the Hindu nationalist tipped to be prime minister.
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Election race starts in Varanasi, and why caste still matters reut.rs/ROIW0C

France to send four Rafale fighter jets on Baltic security duty

reuters.com — The four warplanes will be sent to Malbork in northern Poland on April 28 on a double mission: to train the Polish air force and stand ready for air patrols over the Baltic states under NATO command, the French defence ministry said.

DEALTALK-China's big pork IPO brought low by blunders and bad luck

reuters.com — Company owners sought valuations that were too rich -sources * Wide indicative range caused more uncertainty * Weak stock markets hit sentiment for IPOs globally * Executive share awards raised corporate governance concerns By Elzio Barreto HONG KONG, April 25 (Reuters) - On the face of it, an IPO for WH Group, the world's biggest pork company, should have been an easy sell.
RT @johnsfoley: Why pork maker WH Group's HK listing flopped, by @ReutersLZO reut.rs/1lLiK44 A study in what happens when egos and yes-men collide.
Why pork maker WH Group's HK listing flopped, by @ReutersLZO reut.rs/1lLiK44 A study in what happens when egos and yes-men collide.
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One in ten U.S. bridges in urgent need of repair: report

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Keith Bedford Commuters make their way across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, October 31, 2012. The report, released on Thursday by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association, warned that the dangerous bridges are used some 250 million times a day by trucks, school buses, passenger cars and other vehicles.
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tread lightly, as #walterwhite would say. 1 in 10 u.s. bridges needs urgent repair. they're used 250mln times a day. reuters.com/article/2014/0…

Exclusive: Apple, Google to pay $324 million to settle conspiracy lawsuit

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Stephen Lam 1 of 2. A Google logo is seen at the garage where the company was founded on Google's 15th anniversary in Menlo Park, California September 26, 2013. Tech workers filed a class action lawsuit against Apple Inc, Google Inc, Intel Inc and Adobe Systems Inc in 2011, alleging they conspired to refrain from soliciting one another's employees in order to avert a salary war.
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Exclusive: Apple, Google to pay $324 million to settle conspiracy lawsuit | Reuters reut.rs/1pvs51r

Senate panel to vote on Fischer, other Fed nominees on Tuesday

mobile.reuters.com — Senate panel to vote on Fischer, other Fed nominees on Tuesday By Jonathan Spicer and Emily Stephenson NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Senate Banking Committee will vote next week on three nominees to the Federal Reserve's board, including Stanley Fischer for vice chairman, in a big step toward bulking up the U.S.
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RT @annsaphir: "It is depleted"-- former Fed vice chair Kohn, on #Fed board. Will congress fix that? Via @Jonathanspicer @ewstephe mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSBR…
"It is depleted"-- former Fed vice chair Kohn, on #Fed board. Will congress fix that? Via @Jonathanspicer @ewstephe mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSBR…

Obama administration may unveil new deportation policy in two stages

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Robert Galbraith A woman holds a cluster of U.S. flags during a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services naturalization ceremony in Oakland, California August 13, 2013. With legislation to reform U.S. immigration policy stalled in Congress, Obama has come under increasing pressure from the immigrant community to take executive action to curb the rate of deportation that has reached a record level under his presidency.
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China to outlaw eating of protected animal species

reuters.com — China lists 420 species as rare or endangered, including the panda, golden monkeys, Asian black bears and pangolins, some or all of which are threatened by illegal hunting, environmental destruction and the consumption of animal parts, including for supposedly medicinal reasons.

Wal-Mart replaces China CEO in Asia leadership shuffle

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Kim Kyung-Hoon Chief Executive Officer of Wal-Mart China Greg Foran attends a news conference in Beijing, October 24, 2013. Sean Clarke, a Wal-Mart veteran and current chief operating officer in China, will take over the China CEO role from June 1, a statement from the firm said on Friday.
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Wal-Mart replaces China CEO in Asia leadership shuffle. It is battling stiff competition from local rivals. reut.rs/RQHLO6

Ackman to pay Herbalife whistleblowers' legal fees, not lost pay

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Brian Snyder William Ackman, CEO of Pershing Square Capital Management, speaks at the Partner Connect 2013 conference, sponsored by Thomson Reuters, in Boston April 5, 2013. Ackman's $13 billion hedge fund Pershing Square Capital Management had agreed to pay one whistleblower as much as $3.6 million if he lost his job after turning against the company.
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