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FAU's Stadium Naming Deal Turns Into PR Disaster

Florida Atlantic University says the $6 million deal to sell the naming rights of its football stadium to a private company is off. GEO is a private prison corporation. There were jokes the new stadium was going to be called Owlcatraz.
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'Mad Magazine' Illustrator Bob Clarke Dies At 87

Clarke started at the magazine in 1956. He drew cover boy Alfred E. Neuman and features like Spy Vs Spy. Editors said his legacy was "massive." and he will be greatly missed.
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Job Growth Slowed In March, Survey Signals

The privately produced ADP National Employment Report showed less job growth than economists expected. On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases its data.
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What Does Prime Minister's Return Mean For North Korea's Economy?

In recent weeks, we've heard a lot of threats from North Korea. Yet we know little about their leadership when it comes to domestic policy. For a window into what changes might be like, David Greene talks to North Korean expert Marcus Noland, director of Studies at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
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Published Travel Books Move To Internet Only

In a digital age, the old-fashion travel guide book may seem outdated. But some say there are still reasons to rely on a book for travel recommendations. David Greene talks to Ina Fried, senior editor at at All-ThingsD.com, and Hanya Yanagihara, editor at large for Conde Nast Traveler.
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In South Jersey, New Options For Primary Care Are Slow To Take Hold

Residents of an apartment building in Camden, N.J., racked up more than $1 million a year in hospital admissions and trips to the ER over about a decade. In response, a community group opened a doctor's office on the ground floor. But at first, residents weren't as eager to go as doctors had hoped.
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H-1B Visa Applications As An Economic Indicator

The demand from American companies for highly skilled immigrants seems to be up this year. And that could mean something is about to change for the overall economy.

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