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ECB's Weidmann says German 2015 growth may be better than expected
BERLIN - Growth in Germany, Europe's biggest economy, could be better than expected next year and the situation in Europe is not as bad as many people think, the president of Germany's Bundesbank told a newspaper on Sunday.
No need for ECB to buy sovereign bonds now: German economic adviser  Reuters
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Bloomberg Briefing, Dec. 27
Number of the day. $10 billion. That's how much Credit Suisse Group could have to pay in legal damages, thanks to a ruling last week by a New York Supreme Court justice who refused to toss out the case.
Credit Suisse Bank Faces $10 Billion Lawsuit Over Pre-2007 Mortgage Fraud  Bustle
Credit Suisse bid to dismiss US mortgage suit denied  Yahoo News UK
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Amazon adds 10 million customers to Amazon Prime
Amazon has announced that 10 million subscribers have joined Amazon Prime membership service costing $99 per year. The prime service offers faster shipping and Prime Music, Prime Instant Video and Photos.
Amazon Adds 10 Million Customers This Holiday Season  Yibada (English Edition)
Amazon Reports Impressive Numbers For The Holiday Season (NASDAQ:AMZN)  sleekmoney
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Penny parking thrives in small Illinois town
Giovanni Serra, right, a parking enforcement officer for the city of Sycamore, Ill., watches as police department intern Justin Keller writes a ticket for a vehicle parked at a downtown meter.
Sycamore is one of last towns to still use penny parking meters  DeKalb Daily Chronicle
Penny Parking Thriving in Small Illinois Town  ABC News
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Victim of a Bad Santa? 5 Tips to Help Tackle Your Holiday Present Returns
As anyone who's received a drugstore cologne gift set well knows, even Santa Claus gets it wrong sometimes. Friends and relatives?
Have a bad Santa? Here's some help returning gifts  KeysNet
How to make returning gifts easier  KBOI-TV
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LDP Hegemony and the Future of Japanese Foreign Policy
With Shinzo Abe returned to power, is Japan back to an era of foreign policy stability? By Peter Harris for The Diplomat. December 28, 2014.
Japan's Savings Rate Turns Negative; Isn't This What Everyone Wanted?  Forbes
Japan's Abe unleashes stimulus plan to spur growth  Hindu Business Line
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Market Basket's four percent discount ends Saturday
It's one of the many reasons Market Basket customers were so fiercely loyal to the embattled supermarket chain: the 4 percent discount on just about everything at the (already discounted) chain.
4 Percent Discount Market Basket ends with 2014  Capitalberg
Market Basket ends discount  Attleboro Sun Chronicle
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Judge wants insurer files in Superstorm Sandy lawsuit
NEW YORK - Lawyers representing about 1,500 homeowners hit by Superstorm Sandy are trying to prove that engineering firms hired to inspect the damage issued bogus reports to give insurance companies ammunition to deny claims.
Insurers dogged by claims of slanted Sandy reports  Washington Times
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Minnesota family acquires Polaroid majority in $70M deal
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota's Pohlad family has acquired majority ownership of Polaroid in a $70 million deal. Minnetonka-based Polaroid is best known for making instant cameras but the name can be found on a variety of electronic goods, including ...
Minnesota's Pohlad Family Acquires Majority Ownership of Polaroid  SMN Weekly
Pohlad family acquires majority stake in Polaroid  West Texas News
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Shoppers on both sides of the border beckoned out by high post-Christmas ...
Walking into Salmon Run Mall on Saturday morning, the holiday tunes over the sound system and countless flyers proclaiming �50% off� or �BOGO� may have given the false impression that Christmas was right around the corner.
Green Country Shoppers Hit After-Christmas Sales  News On 6
Malls Are Packed For Returns, Gift Cards & Post-Christmas Deals  CBS Local
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