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Rivals twice seize opportunity from CNBC

Twice last week CNBC, the nation's most popular business network, stayed on pre-taped programming when important economic news broke in the evening while its two smaller rivals were covering the events live. Full story

Reuters: Air Lease interested in buying ILFC - Bloomberg

NEW YORK, April 20 (Reuters) - Newly public aircraftleasing business Air Lease Corp would like to buycompetitor ILFC from American International Group , AirLease's chief executive told Bloomberg Television onWednesday. Full story

Rodent poop found on Delta Air Lines jet

An FDA inspection of a Delta Air Lines jet found rodent droppings in areas where food was prepared, according to a letter the agency sent airline CEO Richard Anderson last week. Full story

Reuters: Citi plans to add 200 new U.S. branches -- report

NEW YORK, April 15 (Reuters) - Citigroup Inc isplanning to add 200 U.S. branches over the next three years andmay expand into Seattle and Atlanta, Bloomberg News reported onits website on Friday. Full story

The Last Swipe? Magnetic-Stripe Credit Cards May Be On the Way Out

The age of the magnetic-stripe credit card may be nearing an end in the United States. Full story

Fed's Bullard: may need to trim QE2: report

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve should consider trimming its $600 billion bond purchase program given "pretty good" U.S. economic data, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said on Saturday. Full story

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Economics expert Hassan Zaman and Bloomberg News’ Tom Keene talk about the fluctuations in commodities prices.

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