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The way I see it, you can either focus on the problem or the solution. If you want to focus on the problem, apply the latest updates, and possibly separate the retrieval of stocks from the updating of articles to reduce the amount of time using Sharepoint objects. If you want to focus on the solution, add a second attempt to the web part. in case it fails ...
Yes you should be able to deploy the timer job using the old WSP and it should work properly for sites in SP 2010 mode. However, as is expected if you need it in SP 2013 sites then you will have to update the WSP to be in conformance with SP 2013.
For a client solution I would use the Search REST API. The grouping has to be done on the client, it depends on how you configure your Managed Properties. The trick with People is to pass the correct Result Source ID in the query: For example: ...
Schedule a PowerShell script task schedule which goes through all the user profiles and writes to SharePoint List. You can also use PowerShell to perform ordering and sorting on the objects returned. Note: the script below loops through all the user profiles, you can complete it by writing it your SharePoint List + Scheduling it as a Task. #Add ...
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