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In Second Opinion, Dow plunges more than 300 points, Apple Pay plans on launching in Canada later in the year and doctors demand that Columbia University boot Dr. Oz from the faculty due to “quack treatments.”

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First Read ends your week with news Google is reportedly investing an additional $1 bln in a giant Iowa data center, Oil services firm Schlumberger lays off 11,000 and the Fed is shying away from raising rates in June.

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In Second Opinion, former Facebook lawyer joins Andreessen Horowitz for new policy group, Etsy is now valued at $4 billion after stock surges 115 percent after IPO debut and e-cigarette use triples among youth.

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First Read kicks off your morning with news that Japan has overtaken China as U.S. largest creditor, Target reaches a $19 million data breach settlement with MasterCard and Ben Bernanke is joining hedge fund Citadel as an advisor.

Blackstone reports Q1 AUM of $310.45 mln

The Blackstone Group reported $1.6 billion in first quarter economic net income, or $1.37 per unit, up 99 percent from $813.9 million in economic net income, or 70 cents per unit, for the same time period in 2014. Total revenue surged 66 percent to $2.5 billion in first quarter from $1.5 billion in first quarter 2014. Blackstone’s total assets under management rose 14 percent to $310.45 million, the release said.

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In Second Opinion, Yahoo is rumored to be in talks to acquire Foursquare, controversial pro-adultery website Ashley Madison is reportedly pursuing an IPO in London and ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez is found guilty of first-degree murder.

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First Read kicks off your tax day with news Nokia agrees to a $16.6 bln takeover of Alcatel-Lucent, EU files antitrust charges against Google and e-commerce software maker Shopify files for IPO.

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In Second Opinion, President Obama endorses removing Cuba from the terrorism list, Microsoft buys mobile business intelligence service Datazen and Google patents the ability to control a robot army.

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First Read ushers in your morning with news Nokia is in talks to acquire rival Alcatel-Lucent, top 1% pay nearly half of federal income taxes and visa applications from highly skilled tech and science workers in U.S. hit record high.

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In Second Opinion, Marco Rubio is the latest Republican senator to announce his 2016 presidential bid, Planet Labs grabs $118 mln in Series C funding and former Microsoft Office head DelBene returns to his job after helping fix Healthcare.gov.

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