T-Pain ditches autotune, NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert  

NPR By : Staff Reporting


Tesla barred from selling cars in Michigan  

CBS News By : Staff Reporting

A battle line has been drawn between Tesla Motors and the state of Michigan. It started after the state's governor signed legislation that effectively bans the electric car maker from doing business there. Elaine Quijano reports.

 


Just 13 Banks Fail E.C.B. Stress Test, in Possible Economic Turning Point  

NY Times By : Staff Reporting

The bulk of Europe’s biggest banks would be able to survive a financial crisis or severe economic downturn, the European Central Bank said on Sunday, concluding a yearlong audit of eurozone lenders that is potentially a turning point for the region’s battered economy. The highly anticipated assessment of European banks was intended to remove a cloud of mistrust that has impeded lending in countries like Italy and Greece... - Full Article


Top 10 Destiny's Child Songs  

Mojo By : Staff Reporting

Before Queen B struck out by on her own, there was a group of three – or four, depending on the year – women that wanted you to say their name.


Bama boosters pay off Alabama coach Nick Saban's 3.1M home  

ESPN By : Staff Reporting

According to a report from AL.com, the Crimson Tide Foundation paid off Saban's $3.1 million home in January 2013 even though the organization was under no obligation to do so.

The Sabans, who bought the 8,759-square-foot home in 2007, continue living there with the foundation picking up the tab for property taxes each year. - Full Article


UK banks axe branches in favour of digital model  

Financial Times By : Emma Dunkley and Martin Arnold

Britain’s biggest lenders are shutting hundreds of branches and culling thousands of staff in a push to cut costs and move towards a digitally focused model that is irrevocably changing high street banking.  - Full Article


Britain will have to pay extra 2.1bn into EU budget by December  

The Guardian By : Ian Traynor

Britain has been told it must pay an extra €2.1bn (£1.7bn) into the European Union budget by the end of next month because the UK economy is doing better relative to other European economies.

The demand is certain to be used against David Cameron by the growing camp who want the UK to quit the EU. - Full Article


Microsoft Corporation Stock Price Jumps After Q1 Earnings Beat Street  

International Business Times By : Staff Reporting

Microsoft Corporation shares rallied more than 3 percent on Thursday in extended-hours trading after the world's largest software company beat expectations and tallied record first-quarter sales, driven by the company’s cloud strength and hardware progress.

The Seattle-based company turned in a fiscal first-quarter profit of $4.54 billion, or 54 cents per share... - Full Article


Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos knock off Chargers on TNF  

NFL By : Staff Reporting

Steelers fans have to be wondering where this version of a well-rounded, playmaking Sanders was in Pittsburgh. Before arriving in Denver, he had never recorded a multiple-touchdown game or a 100-yard performance in his five-year career. A quarter of his 16 career touchdowns have come in the past two weeks... - Full Article

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Between Two Ferns Welcomes Brad Pitt  

Mashable By : EItan Levine

“My guest today, Bradley Pitts.”

Between Two Ferns invited all-too-cool actor Brad Pitt to the show this week to discuss his career, family and latest movie. Well, sort of.

Zach Galifianakis' signature belligerent BTF character roasts/interviews the Hollywood A-lister. - Full Article


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