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Date: 2013-04-11
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Women green with envy no more at Masters
US-GOLF-MASTERS-WOMEN:Women green with envy no more at Masters
By Steve Keating

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - For 80 years a defiant Augusta National Golf Club had nothing to say about its male-only membership policy.

But on the eve the 2013 Masters, the club's chairman had just one word to describe the decision last August to...


Big venture firms eye opportunity in Google Glass
US-GOOGLE-GLASS-VENTUREINVESTMENT:Big venture firms eye opportunity in Google Glass
By Sarah McBride

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Venture firms Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures, and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers are teaming up to provide funding for startups working with Google Glass, the hybrid eyeglasses and smartphone developed by Google.

The ...


Dow, S&P close at record highs as Wall Street rallies
US-MARKETS-STOCKS:Dow, S&P close at record highs as Wall Street rallies
By Ryan Vlastelica

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks climbed 1 percent on Wednesday, with both the Dow and S&P 500 ending at historic highs as cyclical shares led the way higher for a second straight day.

The S&P 500 finally joined the new all-time intraday high club, surgi...


Boeing to invest $1 billion to expand South Carolina 787 factory
US-BOEING-SOUTHCAROLINA:Boeing to invest $1 billion to expand South Carolina 787 factory
By Harriet McLeod

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Reuters) - Boeing Co <BA.N> plans to invest at least $1 billion to expand production at its 787 Dreamliner factory in South Carolina over the next eight years, creating at least 2,000 jobs at the final assembly plant in North Charleston.<...


Microsoft, Nokia demand EU action over Google's Android
US-GOOGLE-EU:Microsoft, Nokia demand EU action over Google's Android
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Companies including Microsoft and Nokia have stepped up pressure on EU antitrust regulators to take action against Google, accusing it of blocking competition in mobile telephony.

The complaint comes as Google attempts to resolve a two-year long investigation by the Eu...


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