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Did You Shop At Staples In Summer? Over 1 Million Cards Likely Compromised
Staples has issued a warning that 1.16 million of its customers' credit and debit cards may have been compromised, following a breach in summer.
Staples data breach bigger than expected  WJXT Jacksonville
Staples: Cyber Criminals Compromised 1.2 Million Customer Credit Cards
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Early gift: Gas below $2 at some stations in 24 states
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Just in time for a holiday road trip, gas prices in many places in middle of the country have dipped below $2 a gallon.
Springfield, MO, is the capital of cheap gas  CNNMoney
Friday gas prices update  Northwest Georgia News
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Belarus's Lukashenko, Ukraine's Poroshenko to meet in Kiev on Sunday
MINSK/KIEV (Reuters) - Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko and Ukraine's Petro Poroshenko will meet on Sunday, Belarus's official news agency Belta reported.
Belarus slaps 30% tax on foreign currency purchases  Financial Times
Lukashenko: Everyone in Belarus can count on objectivity and independence of ...  Belarus News (BelTA)
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Wall Street up for third day, led by energy shares
NEW YORK - 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.
US stocks log best weekly gains in two months  Economic Times
Equities extend rally; oil rebounds, helping rouble rise  Times of India
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Traders Buy Shares of American Realty Capital Properties on Weakness (ARCP)
American Realty Capital Properties logo Investors purchased shares of American Realty Capital Properties (NASDAQ:ARCP) on weakness during trading on Friday, Stock Ratings Network.
American Realty Capital Properties: Heading Towards Multi-Year Lows In Light ...  Seeking Alpha
Galvin expands investigation of Schorsch empire  InvestmentNews
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EPA Sets New Coal Ash Regulations
The Environmental Protection Agency recently ruled that coal ash can be treated like garbage and not like hazardous materials. This means that incidents where coal ash sludge spills in the water or on the road is a matter of state cleanup.
Environmental Groups not Happy with EPA's New Coal Ash Standards  Uncover California
North Dakota lignite industry pleased with EPA label for coal ash  Jamestown Sun
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Crowds to splash �2m a minute in Christmas shopping bonanza
Families buoyed by Britain's economic recovery have caused the largest rise in Christmas shopping for a quarter of a century, analysis has found, with crowds forecast to spend more than �2 million a minute on high streets this weekend.
Retailers need procrastinators to save the holiday shopping season
Sales for holiday shopping season come down to the wire  Bellingham Herald
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Iowa's November unemployment rate drops to 4.3 percent
DES MOINES, IOWA (AP) -- Iowa's unemployment rate dropped in November but remains slightly higher than the rate a year ago. Iowa Workforce Development announced Friday that the November unemployment rate was 4.3 percent, down from 4.5 percent ...
Ga. makes improvement in jobless rankings  Access North Georgia
Pa. Unemployment Rate Falls to 5.1%
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Last-minute Christmas shopping guide
Still haven't ordered those stocking stuffers? You've got to hurry, or your gift won't arrive by Christmas. You've already missed the deadline for free shipping from Amazon (AMZN, Tech30), for example.
Shoppers expected to crowd stores for Super Saturday  KOKI FOX 23
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Citigroup raises Instagram valuation from US$19bn to US$35bn
Citigroup analyst Mark May has said in a Friday note that Facebook-owned photo-sharing app Instagram is worth US$35 billion. The statement implies Citigroup has made a nearly two-fold increase in Instagram's valuation, from its previous estimates of the ...
Instagram now valued at $35 billion, beats Twitter  Times of India
Instagram worth $35 bn, surpasses Twitter  The Hindu
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