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HSBC Keeps London Headquarters in Victory for U.K. Over Asia
The HSBC Holdings Plc headquarters, center, stands in the Canary Wharf business, financial and shopping district, on the banks of the River Thames at dawn, in London.
HSBC to stay in Britain, rejects move to Hong Kong  Reuters
After Review, HSBC Decides to Keep Headquarters in London  New York Times
BBC News  
Yen Holds Retreat With Asian Stocks Outside China Set to Rebound
The yen maintained declines with the euro after a rebound in oil spearheaded a revival in risk appetite, with futures on stocks indexes outside of China signaling gains as trading gets under way for the week.
Yen off highs on calmer sentiment, eyes on China  Reuters
Don't blame us for the recent market volatility: China  Seeking Alpha
Prime Minister Urged to Deliver on 'Make in India' Hype
0214_india_modi India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks during the inauguration ceremony of the 'Make In India' week in Mumbai, India, February 13.
Modi urged to make reality match 'Make in India' hype  Reuters
World battles economic crisis; India alone progressing: PM  Daily Excelsior
Bank of America Boss Pockets $16 Million in 2015 After 23% Pay Hike
Brian T. Moynihan, better known at the Chief Executive Officer at Bank of America, received a massive 23% pay hike in 2015, pocketing no less than $16 million.
Bank of America Increases CEO Moynihan's Pay 23% to $16 Million  Bloomberg
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan gets 23 percent increase in payout for 2015  Maine News Online
US Retail Sales Rise as Consumers Shrug Off Stock Price Drop
WASHINGTON - U.S. retail sales rose modestly in January, evidence that Americans kept shopping despite sharp drops in stock prices.
Retail sales rise as consumers shrug off stock price drop  Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
U.S. Retail Sales Increased in January in Broad-Based Advance  Bloomberg
Iran offers mining riches post-sanctions, but investors cautious
LONDON (Reuters) - Iran's rich deposits of zinc, copper, gold and other minerals are tempting international investors after the lifting of Western sanctions, but development of the sector will take time and problems will have to be overcome.
Factbox: Iran's mineral wealth spans gold to zinc  Reuters
Defying global slump, Iran stocks soar on sanctions relief  Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)
VT utilities restore power in most of NEK
Power was restored to several areas in the Northeast Kingdom by mid-afternoon Sunday after extremely cold temperatures caused outages in more than 10 towns and villages, Vermont State Police said.
Power restored to most in northern Vermont  Washington Times
Police: cell phone service restored in Barton  San Francisco Chronicle
Less than a month into filing season, IRS systems breached
Criminals attacked the IRS' digital systems in an attempt to steal data that could be used to collect fraudulent refunds, the agency announced last week.
Average Tax Refunds Are the Biggest and Smallest in These States  Motley Fool
Julie Jason's Your Money: IRS asks for the public's help to prevent ...  The Union Leader
Jamie Dimon: JPMorgan CEO Buys $26.6 Million In His Company's Stock
Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, has spent a hefty chunk of change to save his company's stocks. By Kristina Udice | Feb 14, 2016 04:37 PM EST.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) Earns "Buy" Rating from Deutsche Bank  Daily Political
Dimon Just Spent a Year's Pay on JPMorgan Stock After Bank Rout  Bloomberg
Zenefits Shows One Reason Why Economic Growth Is Currently Slow
It's not exactly a great surprise that a libertarian leaning free marketeer like myself blames regulation and bureaucracy for the slow growth in the economy.
Zenefits CEO steps down over compliance issues (press release) (blog)
Zenefits's Regulatory Headaches Are All Too Common in Silicon Valley  Wall Street Journal (blog)