CNN Money: Top business headlines for March 11

NEW YORK, NY (CNN) -- CNN Money's Maribel Aber has your top business and financial news on this Tuesday, March 11.

Peco Foods announces NEA plant

Peco Foods, a fully integrated poultry processing and further processing company, announced plans to locate a new, fully integrated poultry facility in Randolph and Clay Counties. The new facility will include a hatchery, feed mill and processing plant. Through both locations, the company plans to add 1,000 new jobs and invest an estimated $165 million. The processing plant and hatchery will be located just outside of Pocahontas' city limits and the feed mill will be in Corning.

3 reasons the White House is optimistic on growth

The U.S. economy in the next two years is well positioned for growth assuming no adverse shocks or bad policy decisions. That's the view from the White House, which released President Obama's 2014 Economic Report on Monday. The report offered several reasons for that assessment. Among them: Households have less debt and more wealth: U.S. households now have 1.1 times more debt than they have disposable income. That's down from 2007, when the ratio was 1.4.

'True Detective' finale crashes HBO Go

Some "True Detective" fans hoping to watch the season finale on HBO's streaming service were left hanging Sunday as the site experienced technical problems. Instead of watching the show on HBO Go, some viewers were left looking at a stalled loading screen. Frustrated viewers took to Twitter to complain about delays and being unable to access the show. One user tweeted, "My HBO Go is just a spinning wheel of non-loading hopelessness and despair." Another wrote, "SOS: @HBO Go is not working. This is anything but okay. Someone give me answers."

Coolest cars under $25,000

There are plenty of great cars available on luxury dealers' lots. Harder to find are really great, fun cars at prices starting below $25,000. The car critics at Kelley Blue Book chose these as their 10 favorite cars at below-average prices. The Scion FR-S, a bare-bones rear-wheel-drive sports car designed and engineered by Toyota and Subaru, takes the top spot in this list for the second year in a row. It's far from the fastest or most powerful car in the world, but that's not the point.


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