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Female orcas go through the menopause – perhaps so they can pass on wisdom to their pod l New Scientist ow.ly/JZLhz
Android for Work Pushes Google Further Into Enterprise l CIOonline ow.ly/JZLoG
Airbnb offers a query tool for unlocking massive data sets l CIOonline trib.al/7Xjiagl
The upgraded Large Hadron Collider could take us closer to the origins of the cosmos l New Scientist ow.ly/JZLwP
CO2 levels for February eclipsed prehistoric highs l Scientific American bit.ly/1A1U8G6
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
U.S. homeownership rate declined last year to 64.5 percent, the lowest annual rate since 1994 l St. Louis Fed bit.ly/1wK4bUu
More troubling signs point to potential increase in defaults l Housing Wire hwi.re/8rbCXM
Is the idea of a nation state past its sell-by-date? l World Economic Forum wef.ch/18UaMkr
Before agreeing to a tax refund anticipation loan, watch this video l St. Louis Fed bit.ly/1N9u3hp
Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important research and finance articles of the week.