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US gas prices fall to lowest since May 2009: Lundberg survey
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States fell 25 cents in the past two weeks, tumbling to its lowest level in more than five-and-a-half years, according to the Lundberg survey released Sunday.
Survey: U.S. gas prices fall 25 cents per gallon  HeraldNet
Santa Comes Early at Pump as Fuel Falls to Lowest Since 2009  Bloomberg
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The buzz: Bartiromo on plunging oil's fallout
Oil prices plummeted almost 50% in 2014. And while the slide has been one of the biggest stories in business this year because of its positive impact on the economy, less has been said about the dark side of cheap oil.
Wall Street set for a Merry Christmas  THE BUSINESS TIMES
History Holds Hard Lesson on Cheap Energy  Wall Street Journal
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Natural gas flaring in Eagle Ford Shale already surpasses 2012 levels of waste ...
SAN ANTONIO - Gas flaring in the most profitable shale field in the U.S. is on pace to surpass to 2013 levels of waste and pollution in South Texas, according to a newspaper analysis of state records published Sunday.
Gas Flares in Eagle Ford Shale Continue Upward  KRIS Corpus Christi News
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Farmers in southern New York lament lost opportunity for gas riches after ...
FILE - In this Dec. 17, 2014 file photo, New York environmental conservation commissioner Joseph Martens, right, explains the department's findings on hydraulic fracturing during a cabinet meeting at the Capitol in Albany, N.Y.
NY farmers lament lost opportunity for gas riches  McDowell News
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Gulf Oil Exporters Blame Non-OPEC Producers for Glut
Qatari Oil Minister Mohammed bin Saleh Al-Sada, left, Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi, center, and United Arab Emirates Energy Minister Suhail bin Mohamed al-Mazroui attend the 10th Arab Energy Conference in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.
Saudi Arabia's oil minister 'confident' market will recover  The Globe and Mail
Can President Putin explain how Osborne conspired to bring down the oil price?  Telegraph.co.uk
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Staples data breach unlikely to dampen holiday shopping
NEW YORK - Less than a week before Christmas, office supply retailer Staples warned that cybercriminals stole personal data from 1.2 million customers' credit cards.
Nationwide Credit Card Data Breach Affects Four Mass. Staples Stores  Boston.com
1.2 Million Staples Customers Affected By Recent Cyber Attack  Capital OTC
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US stocks post biggest weekly gains in nearly two years
Extending biggest gains for a third session on Friday, the US stocks closed the wild week with a rally that was fuelled by high expectations for the monetary policy to remain easy among major central banks for the anticipated future.
Dow jumps 400 points, best day in 3 years  Waterbury Republican American
Rally Continues as Oil Companies Lift Market  New York Times
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Walmart Holiday Store Hours for Christmas 2014
There are quite a few consumers who leave their holiday Christmas shopping to the last minute. A walmart study on the top reasons why these shoppers procrastinate on their holiday shopping found 40% were too busy with other holiday season activities to ...
Shopping craze hits fever pitch  KETV Omaha
Stores stay open later to help shopping procrastinators  Kotatv
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Woman Gives Fast Food Employee $10000 Coat (VIDEO)
Cheryl Semien is a cashier at Whataburger in Liberty, Texas. On Wednesday, Dec. 17, she was working at 10 a.m., which is kind of a shame, because it was her birthday.
Whataburger Employee Gets $10000 Mink Coat as a Tip  The Daily Meal
Fast-Food Employee Gets Mink Coat From Customer  CBS Local
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How Wall Street is chipping away at reform
Citigroup was able to slip a Wall Street-friendly rule change into a $1.1 trillion spending bill. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images). After the financial crisis, Washington vowed to never again let Wall Street "write the rule book for itself," said Edward Luce at the ...
Just in time for the holidays, a gift for Wall Street  Axis of Logic
We Really Should Regulate High-Risk Bank Derivatives  Wall Street Journal
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