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  • March 25- Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, forecast a full-year profit below analysts' estimates as it cuts prices and spends more on advertising to attract customers after onboard mishaps hurt demand over the past couple of years.

  • March 25- Clothing retailer American Apparel Inc, struggling with weak sales and heavy debt, said it plans to sell $30.5 million shares to raise working capital and to pay interest on its senior notes due next month. American Apparel said it plans to grant the underwriters a 30- day option to buy up to $4.6 million more shares.

  • March 25- Private equity firm Carlyle Group LP on Tuesday named as co-president and co-chief operating officer JPMorgan Chase& Co's Michael Cavanagh, who had been considered a leading contender to succeed the bank's CEO Jamie Dimon. Cavanagh is currently co-head of JPMorgan's corporate and investment bank.

  • March 25- Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, forecast a full-year profit below analysts' estimates as it cuts prices to attract customers after onboard mishaps hurt demand for its cruises over the past couple of years.

  • March 25- Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, barely broke even on an adjusted per-share basis in the first quarter and warned it might post a loss for the current quarter due to a rise in costs.

  • Carnival Corp forecasts loss for current quarter Tuesday, 25 Mar 2014 | 9:31 AM ET

    March 25- Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, barely broke even on an adjusted per-share basis in the first quarter and forecast a loss for the current quarter due to a rise in costs.

  • March 25- Private equity firm Carlyle Group LP said it appointed Mike Cavanagh, co-head of JPMorgan Chase& Co's corporate and investment bank, as co-president and co-chief operating officer. Cavanagh, 48, was a member of JPMorgan's operating committee and was seen as a possible successor to Chief Executive Jamie Dimon.

  • India ahead of other BRICs: Pro     Tuesday, 25 Mar 2014 | 5:00 AM ET

    Richard Titherington, CIO of emerging market equities at JP Morgan Asset Management, says India has stabilized its currency, and elections could provide a reform-driving government.

  • *Move seen negative for energy conglomerate Reliance Industries. MUMBAI, March 25- An unexpected request by India's Election Commission for the government to defer a rise in gas prices until after a looming general election hit shares in Reliance Industries Ltd and Oil and Natural Gas Corp on Tuesday.

  • March 24- The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has launched an investigation into the increasing number of complex bond deals on Wall Street that may create new opportunities for fraud, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.

  • March 24- Data storage provider Box Inc aims to raise about $250 million in an initial public offering, becoming the latest contender from a wave of "cloud-based" companies to test the frothy market for technology listings.

  • March 24- Leo Strine, the chief justice of Delaware's Supreme Court, has proposed rolling back shareholder powers to prevent a "deluge" of corporate governance votes, the Financial Times reported on Monday.

  • March 24- Data storage provider Box Inc filed with U.S. regulators on Monday to raise about $250 million in an initial public offering of common stock, taking the lead over larger rival Dropbox as a new breed of cloud-based companies lift the IPO market.

  • March 24- SouthGobi Resources Ltd, a Canadian coal miner with operations in Mongolia, said it could default on a debt repayment and was looking to raise money, sending its shares down as much as 29 percent in afternoon trading.

  • Herbalife shares, which were up 6.8 percent in early afternoon trading, also got a boost from news that rival direct-seller NU Skin Enterprises Inc had been fined just $540,000 by Chinese regulators for illegal sales practices.

  • *To offer 65 million shares at $18- $21 each. *To list shares on NYSE under symbol "IMS". March 24- IMS Health Holdings Inc, backed by TPG Capital Management LP, said it expected to price its initial public offering at $18- $21 per share, valuing the healthcare information company at up to $6.97 billion.

  • March 24- IMS Health Holdings Inc said it expected to price its initial public offering at $18- $21 per share, valuing the healthcare information company at up to $6.97 billion. The company was taken private in 2010 by TPG Capital LP, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Leonard Green& Partners LP for $5.2 billion, including debt.

  • IMS Health seeks valuation of up to $6.97 bln in IPO Monday, 24 Mar 2014 | 10:13 AM ET

    March 24- IMS Health Holdings Inc said it expected to price its initial public offering at $18- $21 per share, valuing the healthcare information company at up to $6.97 billion.

  • He said he saw the space as an "arms race" as cyber security players such as Palo Alto, Check Point Software Technologies Ltd and FireEye Inc are all in the process of building out their product wings. Palo Alto and FireEye have been acquiring companies to strengthen their security software offerings.

  • What happens if Keystone XL pipeline isn't built Monday, 24 Mar 2014 | 9:43 AM ET
    Students protest against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline on March 2, 2014.

    If the pipeline isn't built, some experts say, "the most toxic fossil fuel on the planet" will still find its way to the surface. NBC News reports.