Twitter might be tripping up

Twitter has struggled with service disruptions, because of its surging traffic. The average number of daily postings has risen to about 140 million in the past month, up from 50 million a year earlier. The social networking site's potential advertising revenue has driven up its valuation-it was valued at $3.70 billion in December 2010, when venture-capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers invested in it.

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New efforts launched to stem meltdown

On Thursday, Japanese authorities embarked on a series of desperate new measures to try to avert full reactor meltdowns at a stricken nuclear complex. They are trying to cool an overheated and possibly dry spent-fuel pool at the Daiichi plant in Fukushima prefecture, 150 miles north of Tokyo.

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Nymex crude pushed below $97

Front-month crude oil futures fell below the key $97/bbl support level on Thursday after comments by the top US official in charge of nuclear power regulation, indicating that the Japanese atomic crisis is worse than previously thought.

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