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Staples: Breach may have affected 1.16 million customers' cards
Staples said Friday afternoon that nearly 1.16 million customer payment cards may have been affected in a data breach under investigation since October.
Md. & Va. Locations Included in Staples Data Breach  CBS Local
UPDATE 1-Staples says security breach may have affected 1.16 mln cards  Reuters
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Nebraska November jobless rate down to 3.1 percent
LINCOLN, Neb. Nebraska's preliminary unemployment rate was 3.1 percent for November, a slight drop from 3.4 percent in October, the state said in a report released Friday.
County Job Gains Fail to Lower Unemployment Rate  San Fernando Valley Business Journal
Miss. again has worst jobless rate as payrolls dip  Chron.com
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Wall Street up for third day, led by energy shares
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks extended gains for a third session on Friday, giving the S&P 500 its best weekly performance in nearly two months as energy shares continued to rebound.
S&P 500 Erases Monthly Loss on Biggest Rally Since 2011  Bloomberg
US stocks up for 3rd day, led by energy shares  Sydney Morning Herald
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TREASURIES-US bonds market rebounds as buying re-emerges
... * Bids emerge after yield rise on Fed 'patience' on rate hike * Fed's Kocherlakota sees risks from possible 2015 lift-off * Fed's Williams views mid-2015 U.S.
Williams Sees June as Time to Start Weighing Higher Fed Rate  Businessweek
FOMC Statement: Inflation Determines Timing of First Move -- We Will Likely ...  Forbes
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Ally Financial's bailout ends as US sells remaining stake
The U.S. government disposed of its remaining $1.28-billion stake in auto lender Ally Financial Inc., resolving the last big bailout from an emergency government program to halt the 2008 financial crisis.
Ally Financial exits TARP; feds declare program success  Michigan Radio
The auto bailout is officially over  Washington Post
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Nike Drops as Brand's Future Orders Miss Analysts' Estimates
Nike Inc. (NKE:US), the world's largest sporting-goods maker, fell the most in almost nine months after future orders trailed analysts' estimates, hurt by slowing demand in western Europe and emerging markets.
Nike Price Target Raised to $111.00 (NYSE:NKE)  Watch List News
Nike shares fall on concerns about foreign exchange pressure  Fox News
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Oil Notches Biggest Gain in Two Years
U.S. and global oil benchmarks jumped to their largest percentage gains in more than two years on Friday, as a handful of modestly bullish headlines supported the market and traders closed out bets that prices would fall.
Oil boosted by pre-holiday short-covering, but down for 4th week  CNBC
Secret Saudi oil game pushing OPEC members toward fiscal cliff  The Globe and Mail
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Feds announce first regulations for toxic coal ash
Six years after a catastrophic coal ash spill in Tennessee washed away homes and polluted rivers, the Environmental Protection Agency on Friday announced the first federal regulations for the toxic wastes created by coal burned to produce electricity.
UPDATE 1-Coal ash is not hazardous waste under US agency rules  Reuters
EPA Issues New Rules on Disposal of Coal Ash  New York Times
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SUPERVALU to Provide Distribution and Transition Services to Expanded ...
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec 19, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- SUPERVALU INC. SVU, -0.63% today announced it had reached agreement with Haggen, a grocery retailer currently operating 18 stores in Washington and Oregon, to serve as one of its primary grocery ...
Bellingham's Haggen to acquire 146 Albertsons and Safeway stores  Bellingham Herald
Albertsons, Safeway divesting 168 stores  Supermarket News
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US stocks edge higher after a big two-day rally
NEW YORK (AP) - U.S. stocks are edging higher as the market comes off a massive two-day rally. The market closed out its second-best week of the year Friday.
US Stocks Inch Higher After a Big Two-Day Rally  New York Times
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