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Dollar on firm footing as Greek vote pressures euro
The dollar began the final week of 2014 on firm footing on Monday, as the euro flirted with two-year lows while investors awaited a key vote in Greece later in the session.
Markets Are Up In Asia  Business Insider Australia
Euro edges up in Asia ahead of Greek presidential vote  Business Recorder
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Asian stocks up on Chinese moves to boost economic growth as oil price rebounds
BEIJING - Asian stocks were mostly higher Monday after a report China will change banking rules in an apparent effort to boost lending and economic growth as oil prices rebounded.
China Life Heads for 2011 High in Hong Kong as Insurers Surge  Businessweek
China leads Asia rally  IG
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Shutdown of Vermont Yankee will eliminate jobs, resulting in 'very, very sharp hit ...
When the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant shuts down permanently Tuesday, after 42 years of operation, it will mark more than the loss of a 640-megawatt electricity generating station.
Mixed reaction as Vermont Yankee plant shuts down  MiamiHerald.com
Town shudders, anti-nuclear activists celebrate as Vermont Yankee plant ...  Macro Insider
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Five things you may have missed over the weekend from the world of business
1. Minnesota family acquires majority control of Polaroid. Minnesota's Pohlad family has acquired majority ownership of Polaroid in a $70 million deal.
Pohlad Family Acquires Polaroid Company  KEYC
Majority ownership of Polaroid was acquired by Minnesota's Pohlad family ...  Morning Vertical
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The 94% Plunge That Shows Abenomics Losing Global Investors
Foreign investors have had just about enough of Abenomics. After pumping record amounts of cash into Japanese shares last year, they've hardly added to holdings in 2014.
Yen Swaps Spur Biggest Global Demand for Japan Bonds Since 2007  Businessweek
Japan clears $38.5 billion stimulus plan  AsiaOne
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Lion Capital Is Said to Push American Apparel to Consider Sale
Lion Capital, the hedge fund that formerly backed American Apparel Inc. (APP:US), urged the clothing chain to consider strategic alternatives such as a sale of the company, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
Lion Capital Urges American Apparel To Consider Options, Incl. Sale : Report  RTT News
American Apparel Is Pressed to Weigh Strategic Options  Wall Street Journal
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Waterford Crystal New Year's Eve Ball Celebrates the "Gift of Fortitude"
I cover business and lifestyle from a millennial perspective for Forbes. Previously I wrote for USA TODAY College and created a weekend events section for my college newspaper.
From the 1930s to present: New Year's Eve in New York's Times Square  Mashable
Watch New Year's Eve Ball Drop Online Free: 2015 Times Square Ball Drop ...  The Inquisitr
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Obama's executive ruling on immigration could cause labor shortages for farmers
Farmers located in California could be hit the hardest on labor shortages as it accounts for 330,000 farmworkers nationwide. With President Barack Obama's executive action to block some 5 million illegal immigrants from deportation slated to begin in 2015, ...
California Growers Fear Pres. Obama's Executive Action On Immigration ...  CBS Local
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Boeing calls tanker prototype's first flight successful
A prototype for Boeing's Air Force refueling tanker program made its first flight Sunday, taking off at Everett's Paine Field and landing at Boeing Field in Seattle three and a half hours later.
Boeing tanker test plane has taxi tests in Everett  TheNewsTribune.com
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Greenwich Train Station Reopens Following 'Suspicious Package' Scare
GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich train station reopened late Sunday afternoon after an hourlong investigation into a "suspicious package" found on the platform, Greenwich police said.
Metro North train service is back up in Connecticut  Market Business News
Metro North resumes train service in Connecticut  Chron.com
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