Renewed worries over the Fed's rate plans and another selloff in crude teamed up to beat down Wall Street in a sour start to the week. Oil ended at its lowest level in a month on doubts OPEC members can agree upon a production freeze when they meet in mid-April. Brocade (BRCD) slid after agreeing to buy Ruckus Wireless (RKUS) for $1.2 billion, a deal which grows the company's wireless portfolio in the services industry. Meanwhile, Ruckus shares surged. The offers represents a roughly 44 percent premium to the company's Friday close. Twitter (TWTR) climbed after MasterCard (MA) said it is interested in partnering with the social network. An exec from the company said she could see a mutually beneficial relationship, pointing to Twitter's Buy Now button as a possible platform for cooperation. TheStreet's Keris Lahiff reports from Wall Street.
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