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First Read kicks off your morning with news that a state of emergency is issued in Baltimore after violence breaks out, Apple’s earnings soar as iPhone sales jump and China business rises and data center company Telx explores $2 billion sale.

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GE limits bidders for sponsored finance business to 12

General Electric has sent out nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) to potential bidders of its sponsored finance business, which includes Antares, three sources said. The company is limiting the field to 12 interested buyers, sources said.

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Clessidra nears 500 mln euros for first close on Fund III

Clessidra Capital Partners, an Italian manager that has been in talks to buy a majority stake in fashion house Roberto Cavalli, is approaching 500 million euros ($543.6 million) for a first close for its latest flagship fund, according to a person with knowledge of the fundraising.

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In Second Opinion, ESPN takes Verizon to court over the latter’s new cable plan, Mylan says no to Teva’s $40 billion takeover bid and Safeway is reportedly set to go public again this year.

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First Read ushers in your week with news that the death toll of the Nepal earthquake has risen above 3,400, Cap Gemini acquires IGATE for $4 billion and Facebook’s engineering director is leaving his post to co-found a music startup.

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In Second Opinion, Charter Communications explores bid for Time Warner Cable, a 64-year-old engineer sues Google for age discrimination and the Statue of Liberty is evacuated after a bomb threat.

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First Read ends your week with news the NASDAQ will settle its Facebook IPO lawsuit for $26.5 mln, Google’s quarterly revenue rose 12% and the Bruce Jenner story is presenting a pronoun dilemma for media outlets.

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In Second Opinion, Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina plans to launch herpresidential campaign on May 4, Netsuite says it will pay $200 million to acquire Bronto Software and Comcast reportedly will end its $45 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable.

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