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Europe Twin Woes Fester in Draghi Job-to-Inflation Fight Bloomberg
Europe's twin woes of too little inflation and too many unemployed will dominate data due this week just as officials prepare forecasts backing the rationale for Mario Draghi's surprise interest-rate cut. Inflation stayed close to the lowest level in almost four ...
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Iran Accord Send Oil Prices Down in Asia Wall Street Journal
WELLINGTON, New Zealand—Oil prices fell early Monday in Asia, as a nuclear accord between Iran and six world powers eased geopolitical tensions. The deal may pave the way for more crude oil to reach the global market. The U.S. and five other world ...
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How Will Iran's Nuclear Deal Impact Oil Markets? Bloomberg
Nov. 25 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg's Ramsey Al-Rikabi reports on Iran's nuclear deal and what it means for the oil markets. He speaks to Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "On The Move Asia." (Source: Bloomberg). Please enable JavaScript to ...
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Asian Shares Higher; Weaker Yen Lifts Tokyo -- Update MarketWatch
Asian markets were higher on Monday, as the yen's continued weakness boosted shares in Tokyo, while a deal to ease sanctions on Iran pushed the price of oil lower. Stocks remained buoyant in Asia, taking their lead from another record breaking session ...
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ECB Coeure: Don't see deflation risks in euro area Reuters
TOKYO Nov 25 (Reuters) - The European Central Bank's decision to cut interest rates was motivated by "slow motion" disinflation, not by the view that deflation risks are materialising in the euro area, the bank's executive board member Benoit Coeure said on ...
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A China Triangle: Bitcoin, Baidu, and Beijing Forbes
Thinking of buying trinkets in Beijing? Don't forget to bring your Bitcoins. China, in the last few weeks, has gone crazy over the cryptocurrency, which is now accepted by Chinese online retailers, a Shanghai real estate developer, and traders in Tiananmen ...
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Elephant who killed veterinarian settles into San Diego Zoo Los Angeles Times
SAN DIEGO — Jenny Chung is looking at the elephant that killed her sister, a well-known veterinarian in New Zealand who devoted years to the elephant's care after she was rescued from a touring circus. Chung has no anger toward Mila, the 7,600-pound ...
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Silicon Valley pros teach inmates tech sector to help them get jobs upon release Fox News
SAN QUENTIN, Calif. – The budding entrepreneurs wear blue sweat pants labeled "prisoner" and huge, flapping blue shirts. Their doors are triple locked, and lunch is a stale peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Complicating matters, participants in this growing ...
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Turkey Farmers Have Wind at Their Backs Wall Street Journal
One year after an historic drought drove corn prices to record highs, turkey farmers and processors have something to toast this Thanksgiving: Corn prices are the lowest in more than three years and fewer birds in production are lifting spirits. "My phone is ...
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Volunteers needed to help with free dinner on Thanksgiving Kingsport Times News
ROGERSVILLE — Final preparations are being made for Thursday's 10th annual People Loving People free Thanksgiving dinner, and it's not too late to request a meal delivery or to volunteer for the event. The free Thanksgiving dinner will be served at the ...
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Cobb coalition: Delay Braves stadium vote Atlanta Journal Constitution
An ad hoc coalition of individuals and organizations has formed to try and delay Tuesday's vote by the Cobb County Board of Commissioners on the proposed new Atlanta Braves baseball stadium. The Cobb Citizens for Governmental Transparency wants at ...
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Fewer Americans traveling for Thanksgiving dinner WQAD.com -- Quad Cities News & Weather from WQAD
According to AAA, 43.4 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more during the Thanksgiving weekend, from Wednesday, November 27 – Sunday, December 1. This number is a decrease of about 1.5-percent from the 44 million that traveled in ...
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Holiday travelers unmoved by lower gas prices The Daily Advertiser
Gasoline prices continue to drop and may average $3.15 per gallon nationally by Christmas. / Getty Images. Written by. Lynda Edwards. Filed Under. News · Local News. ADVERTISEMENT. Gas prices are a record-breaking bargain this Thanksgiving season ...
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Black Friday shoppers turn door-busters into Thanksgiving tradition WTSP 10 News
Camping outside of Best Buy every year is Michael Urso's and Ray Solomon's Thanksgiving tradition. They admit they have been called crazy. "Some people think we are making too much of a deal out of the deals but this has become our Thanksgiving ...
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Metlife donates Thanksgiving turkeys to local Food Bank WKTV
UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) - A local business is playing their part in bringing the holidays home for all residents in the area. The Community Food Bank of Greater Utica received turkeys from Metlife, as a donation for those in need on Thanksgiving. The insurance ...
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The Transformation of Black Friday New York Times
The word "black" in front of a day of the week has almost never meant anything good. How Has Black Friday Changed for You? When do you begin your holiday shopping, and where do you look for the best deals? Tell us how you shop for the season in the ...
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Wall Street can cheer going into Thanksgiving Day Reuters
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street set another record this week, and the rally that has taken the S&P 500 index nearly 30 percent higher for the year shows no sign of losing steam as Americans prepare to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. Supporting this ...
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Americans not willing to spend without deals Houston Chronicle
NEW YORK (AP) — This holiday season, Americans may not spend their green unless they see more red. Despite signs that the economy is improving, big store chains like Wal-Mart and Kohl's don't expect Americans to have much holiday shopping cheer ...
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Swiss Go to Polls on CEO Pay Limits as Rejection Probable Bloomberg
The Swiss vote today on whether to introduce the strictest pay limits for top managers in developed countries. Rejection looks probable. According to the latest poll, more than half of voters oppose the 1:12 initiative in a referendum that would make it illegal for ...
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Iran to Reap $7 Billion in Sanctions Relief Under Accord Bloomberg
Iran will get as much as $7 billion in relief from economic sanctions over six months under the first-step agreement reached today in Geneva, the Obama administration said. In return for Iran limiting its nuclear program, the interim agreement provides for the ...
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$13 Billion, Yes, but What Took So Long? New York Times
After weeks of pre-deal chatter about its $13 billion settlement with JPMorgan Chase, the Justice Department finally nailed it down last week. And for the first time, the department provided a glimpse of the investigatory findings upon which the settlement was ...
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Federal judge in Wisconsin strikes law that gives clergy tax-free housing ... Fox News
MADISON, Wis. – A federal judge has struck down a law that gives clergy tax-free housing allowances in a decision that could have far-reaching financial ramifications for pastors across the U.S.. In her decision Friday, U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb in ...
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Fairness hearing set on Pilot Flying J settlement Houston Chronicle
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Parties in a $70 million truck-stop rebate scandal linked to a company owned by the governor of Tennessee and his brother, who owns the Cleveland Browns, are to gather in court Monday for a federal court hearing that could end ...
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Gamblers optimistic for NJ Internet betting Houston Chronicle
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Some were locked out by software that didn't believe they were in New Jersey. Others had their credit cards rejected, their Social Security numbers questioned and their utility bills requested. But despite the initial glitches as New ...
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Hungry for the best deal: With doors busting Thursday morning, Black Friday ... Tuscaloosa News (subscription)
Most major retail chains this year are starting their Black Friday holiday sales well before the Friday after Thanksgiving — the day that traditionally marked the start of the holiday shopping season. It's a trend that has been going on for the last few years.
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10 alternatives to Black Friday at the mall Boston Globe
Believe it or not, we actually know people who complete all their holiday shopping before Thanksgiving. For those overachievers — and for everyone else who would rather give their wallets a rest on the day after turkey — here are 10 ways to spend that ...
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Walmart Black Friday 2013: Are Guaranteed In-Stock Items Worth Buying? Gotta Be Mobile
Walmart's in the midst of promoting its Black Friday deals through a massive ad campaign that includes spots during nationally televised football games. Walmart is differentiating itself from the competition by guaranteeing that 21 of its best deals will be ...
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Swiss voters reject proposal to shrink income gap between executives, staff The Globe and Mail
Swiss voters rejected a proposal on Sunday to cap the salaries of top executives at 12 times that of a company's lowest wage, heeding warnings from industry leaders that the measure could harm the country's economy. The wealthy nation, which is home to ...
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Meet the Super Shopper: Susan Karagjozi Newsday
Susan Karagjozi. Age: 33. Hometown: Middle Island. How long have you been shopping on Black Friday? At least 15 years! What is your Black Friday mantra? We will find it and get it! (For the price we want!!) Describe your Black Friday 2013 plans. My Black ...
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LA utility spent $162M on troubled billing system San Jose Mercury News
LOS ANGELES—A new Los Angeles Department of Water and Power computerized billing system that has overcharged customers and sparked a flood of complaints has cost more than twice the $59 million initially cited by the agency. The agency on Friday ...
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Teen use of social media growing Parkersburg News
PARKERSBURG - As more and more of the Baby Boomer generation get into Facebook, experts say teens are moving onto other forms of social media, and there are a lot of them out there. While there can be positives to social media use, some kids could be ...
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No more Black Fridays? TriCities.com
The following question was posted on the TriCities.com Facebook page: What do you think about stores opening earlier and earlier on Thanksgiving Day? "If we go shop we encourage them to open. If we stay home they will stay closed. We can't blame ...
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Black Friday has some real oddballs getting in on the action Marshfield News-Herald
Black Friday รข?? the hallowed day of retail deals -- is getting hijacked by total oddballs. It's one thing to nab a Black Friday deal on a high-def TV or a snazzy pair of sneakers. But it's something else entirely to snatch a Black Friday discount from the dentist, ...
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Kodiak College director resigns after 7 years Fort Mills Times
KODIAK, Alaska — The director of Kodiak College has announced her resignation after seven years in the position. Barbara Bolson says it's a good time for a transition since the college is stable and financially in a good position, the Kodiak Daily Mirror ...
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Baptism by Financial Crisis ValueWalk
A quick look at history demonstrates that new Federal Reserve chairmen are invariably confronted with a financial crisis within months of taking up the single most powerful economic policy role in the world. A coincidence perhaps? Or is there an explanation ...
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EMA/CHMP recommends changes in use of Iclusig to minimize risk of blood clots The Pharma Letter
The European Medicines Agency's Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) has made a number of recommendations to help minimize the risk of blood clots obstructing arteries or veins in patients taking the leukemia medicine Iclusig ...
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