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| GLOBAL MARKETS-US 10-year yield at 2-year high, stocks rally Reuters |
... Print. * U.S. 10-year bond yield above 3 percent. * World equities markets rally; U.S., Germany at records. * Turkey's lira hits record low as political crisis deepens. * Yen hits 5-year low; euro rises to 2-year high at $1.3892. By David Gaffen. NEW YORK, Dec ...
| AC Transit workers approve 3-year contract San Francisco Chronicle |
Union bus drivers and mechanics have approved a contract with AC Transit after months of tense negotiations and strike threats. Members of the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 192, which represents 1,625 AC Transit workers, voted 567-465 in favor of the ...
| Employees, customers reminisce about the now shuttered Dominick's Chicago Daily Herald |
Saturday was a sad day for Patricia Kolvek, a longtime Dominick's customer who stopped by the Schaumburg store at Meacham and Higgins roads one last time. "I didn't come to shop, I came to say goodbye," said the Hoffman Estates resident who has ...
| Tribune Co. acquires FOX 13, 18 other TV stations fox13now.com |
SALT LAKE CITY — KSTU-FOX 13 is now a part of Tribune Company and the largest combined independent broadcast group in the United States. "We are thrilled to join Tribune – the largest independent owner of broadcast properties and a company who ...
| UPS says holiday backlog cleared, but customers remain angry USA TODAY |
Leaders of UPS say they've cleared a backlog of holiday packages - but angry customers are demanding refunds because some gifts did not arrive by Christmas. "We are getting back to normal," said UPS spokeswoman Natalie Godwin. The worldwide ...
| Wells Fargo Ordered to Buy Back $94 Million of Auction-Rate Debt Bloomberg |
Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC), the fourth-biggest U.S. bank by assets, was ordered by an arbitration panel to buy back about $94 million of auction-rate securities from investors. Wells Fargo Advisors LLC, the San Francisco-based bank's brokerage unit, must pay ...
| Bond-Yield Rise Means Borrowers Will Pay More Wall Street Journal |
Growing confidence in the economy pushed a widely followed U.S. Treasury bond yield above 3% on Friday for the first time in more than two years. The benchmark 10-year note's yield rose to 3.004%, pushing the price down 4/32 from Thursday's close.
| Pro-gas interests decry NY inaction on fracking Wall Street Journal |
ALBANY, N.Y. — Born of the energy crisis of the 1970s, gas driller Lenape Resources flourished in western New York for more than three decades — until the revolutionary technology that sparked the nation's shale gas boom brought the industry to a ...
| Carl Icahn stock proposal on ballot for Apple shareholder meeting Los Angeles Times |
Investor activist Carl Icahn has submitted an advisory proposal asking Apple to increase the size of its stock buyback program in 2014 to $50 billion. The details of the proposal were included in a proxy statement that Apple filed Friday afternoon with the U.S. ...
| Wall St Week Ahead-Big year ends with Wall St hopeful for 2014 Reuters |
NEW YORK Dec 27 (Reuters) - As Wall Street's best year in more than 15 draws to a close, few are expecting a repeat performance in 2014, though traders have plenty of reasons to feel optimistic. While the market will likely enter January quietly, with many ...
| Health insurance hustle The Daily Planet |
Local health insurance experts have been busy this week, as San Miguel County residents rush to squeak in under the deadline to get health insurance by Jan. 1. "The 23rd was really busy," said Tri-County Health Network Programs Manager Stacey Wright.
| White House Offers Soft Extension of Healthcare Sign Up Date WPRO |
(WASHINGTON) -- People who are unable to apply for health insurance may be able to get coverage starting on Jan. 1 if they can show that they missed the Tuesday deadline because of problems with HealthCare.gov, the Obama administration said on ...
| Reenactment of first flight on New Year's Day still seeks clearance by FAA WTSP 10 News |
Polk City, Florida -- A part of the Bay area's past will hopefully come back to life this New Years Day. On Jan. 1, 1914, Tony Jannus trekked across the Bay in the world's first scheduled passenger flight. Now, a local pilot is looking to re-enact that famous ...
| Taste NY Stores Now Open at New York Airports The Daily Meal |
Taste NY Stores Now Open at New York Airports. The new stores are part of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo's initiative to promote local food and beverages from the New York State. Governor Cuomo's Office. Both the LaGuardia and JFK Taste NY stores carry a ...
| Apple CEO Tim Cook's 2013 compensation rises 2 per cent to $4.3 million CTV News |
CUPERTINO, Calif. -- Apple CEO Timothy Cook received a compensation package valued at nearly $4.3 million this year, up slightly from 2012. Cook's pay for fiscal 2013, which ended in September, consisted of $1.4 million in salary and a bonus of $2.8 ...
| EPA issues carbon sequestration rule Petroleum News |
Following its September issue of a proposed rule to limit the carbon emissions from new power stations in the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, has issued a final rule clarifying that carbon dioxide captured from emissions sources ...