PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - April 14

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April 14 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

* Florida Senator Marco Rubio launched his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination on Monday, seeking to position himself as a next-generation GOP leader who can bridge the divide between the tea party and establishment wings of the party. (

* The Kremlin lifted its self-imposed ban on the delivery of a powerful S-300 air-defense installation to Iran, provoking immediate criticism from the White House and Israel. (

* Citigroup Inc's chief executive shuffled top management across three continents Monday, appointing a clear No. 2 and naming a rising star to head the bank's consumer unit. The moves by Michael Corbat, which also include naming new heads of Asia and Latin America, mark the rise of a younger generation of executives at Citigroup, a firm that has seen more management turmoil than any large U.S. bank in the past decade. (

* Procter & Gamble Co appears to be laying the groundwork for Chief Executive A.G. Lafley to step down as soon as this summer and hand the top job to an internal successor. (   Continuación...