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April 8 - Beaten down tech stocks and others like Tesla rebounded after days of negative sentiment but the rally fizzled into the close; Alcoa reports; Twitter changes look; American Airlines details weather damage. Conway G. Gittens reports.
April 8 - The International Monetary Fund's World Economic Outlook forecasts global growth helped by recovery in the U.S. But the report warns of a bumpy road ahead in emerging markets. Lily Jamali reports.
Apr. 8 - Researchers at Vanderbilt University are developing technology that could increase the speed at which we learn. In trials, they ran mild electric current through the brains of volunteers and say the results demonstrated an increase in the rate at which they were able to learn. Ben Gruber reports.
Rob Cox is joined by the founders of the Governors Ball music festival to discuss the economics of organizing three days of rock and roll on an island off the city of New York.
April 8 - President Barack Obama launches two new executive actions aimed at increasing transparency for women's pay in a continuing effort to ensure women are paid equally to their male counterparts for similar work. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
April 8 - German engineering company Festo has unveiled its latest animal-inspired robot - a kangaroo that looks and behaves eerily like the real thing. The company has gained a reputation as a leader in proof-of-concept robotics modeled on the animal world but the bionic kangaroo is among its most sophisticated creations yet. Jim Drury reports.
April 8 - The 3D Printing industry is looking homeward with lower cost models for consumers as the industry looks to grow to $16 billion in sales by 2016, according to one estimate. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Apr.08 - With warnings to Russia over encroachments into eastern Ukraine, Sonia Legg looks at the impact the latest unrest could have on Russia's economy.
April 08 - Blackstone's $5.4 bln Gates deal is the latest to enlist fund investors to help pay for the deal. Breakingviews editors discuss whether these trendy collectives are a passing fad.
Apr.08 - As the biggest mining strike in South Africa's history enters its 11th week Hayley Platt looks at the impact it's having on local people and local businesses.
April 8 - Citigroup's reported warning comes after the Federal Reserve rejected the bank's plan to hike dividends and buybacks. Fred Katayama reports.
April 8 - Nigeria's biggest company Dangote Cement will double its production capacity this year said CEO Devakumar Edwin during the Reuters Africa Investment Summit.
Apr.08 - Germany is reforming its renewable energy law in a bid to stop costs rising so quickly, as it makes the transition from nuclear and fossil fuels to green energy, which accounts for 25 percent of Germany's electricity. As Joanna Partridge reports it will force new investors in green power to take some risk.
April 8 - Pro-Russian agitation in eastern Ukraine has rekindled. But even if Putin is tempted, an invasion would spur costly sanctions and massive capital flight.
April 8 - Modernising Ukraine and ridding the country of corruption are the key motivations for becoming president, says confectionery billionaire Petro Poroshenko.
April 8 - Job security is a growing worry across Asia, as Australia unveils volatile consumer sentiment data and South Korea posts its latest unemployment rate. Reuters' Tara Joseph reports.
April 8 - Hopes early spring would usher in more market-reviving stimulus from the Bank of Japan have proven unfounded - but help is on the way, and there are good reasons for the central bank to wait.
April 8 - Gone are the red-hot smartphone growth rates of yesteryear, and with them, Samsung Electronics' ability to spend its way into new sales. Reuters' Jon Gordon analyzes the firm's latest guidance.
April 8 - Minus possible setbacks for big retailers like Tesco and Wal-Mart, an opposition victory in India's elections would be good news for foreign investors, says Reuters Breakingviews’ Andy Mukherjee.