LONDON, April 17- Barclays announced a number of promotions in its investment bank's management on Friday as it continues a review of the division that contributes about half of group profit. Felder, who joined Barclays from now-defunct U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers in 2008, was previously co-head of securities.» Read More
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Fed extends operation twist; Bed Bath Beyond & Red Hat drop after hours; Jeff Bezos $42 million clock; an ice cream shortage; Coke to distribute protein shake; Apple store employees and Queen Elizabeth get raises.
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