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Date: 2013-04-30
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U.S. sales of trucks, SUVs outpace auto market in April
US-AUTOS-SALES-APRIL:U.S. sales of trucks, SUVs outpace auto market in April
By Deepa Seetharaman

DETROIT (Reuters) - A stronger U.S. housing market and lower fuel prices boosted sales of full-size pickup trucks and compact sport-utility vehicles in April, helping the U.S. auto market maintain its strong sales pace for a sixth straight month, analysts said.

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Visitors help Boston shops bounce back after Marathon attacks
US-USA-EXPLOSIONS-BOSTON-SHOP:Visitors help Boston shops bounce back after Marathon attacks
By Ross Kerber

BOSTON (Reuters) - One tourist wanted to eat at a restaurant as close to the Boston Marathon finish line as possible. Other well-wishers made a point of buying shoes at the running store just a few steps away from a bomb blast site.

With their dining an...


Thai rebels press for independence, set to scupper peace talks
US-THAILAND-SOUTH:Thai rebels press for independence, set to scupper peace talks
By Amy Sawitta Lefevre

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Leaders of a Muslim rebel group in southern Thailand said they will press for an independent state and made other demands that are likely to scupper a second round of peace talks, which started in Malaysia on Monday.

Resistan...


Google Now comes to iPhone, challenging Apple's Siri
US-GOOGLE-IPHONE:Google Now comes to iPhone, challenging Apple's Siri
By Alexei Oreskovic

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc is bringing its Google Now technology to the iPhone, where it will compete head-on with Apple Inc's Siri to serve as the primary service that smartphone users rely on to get everything from weather updates to traffic forecasts.

Alibaba pushes into social networking with Weibo investment
US-SINAWEIBO-ALIBABA-STAKE:Alibaba pushes into social networking with Weibo investment
By Sayantani Ghosh

(Reuters) - Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba Group, which has been trying to break into the social networking market, has acquired an 18 percent stake in web portal Sina Corp's microblogging service Weibo for about $586 million.

Sina has also gra...


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