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Exclusive: China ready to cut rates again on fears of deflation - sources
A vegetable vendor holds a stack of Chinese yuan banknotes at a morning market in Shenyang, Liaoning province June 10, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Stringer.
China rate cut no magic bullet for economy  CNBC
Asian stocks gain after China rate cut
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Euro wobbles on chance of more ECB action, Aussie perkier
Arrangement of various world currencies including Chinese Yuan, Japanese Yen, US Dollar, Euro, British Pound, Swiss Franc and pictured in Warsaw, January 26, 2011.
Draghi Urgency for ECB Action Gets Final Reality Check With Data  Bloomberg
Countdown to missed opportunity for EU economy  Business Recorder
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Who's Ready For $30 Oil?
How low can and will oil prices go, and what will the effects of those prices be? I bet you'll have a hard time finding even just two people who have the same opinion on that.
Brent remains above $80 after China rate cuts, ahead of OPEC meeting  Reuters
OPEC's clout on line as decisive meeting looms  USA TODAY
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China stocks rise after surprise rate cut, yuan drops
HONG KONG/SHANGHAI Nov 24 (Reuters) - Chinese stocks rose, with a key index hitting a three-year high, while bond yields fell on Monday, as markets cheered a surprise rate cut that investors hope may signal the start of a fresh cycle of aggressive ...
China Stocks Rise With Bonds as Yuan Drops on Surprise Rate Cut  Bloomberg
Asia Stocks Jump as China Bonds, Aussie Rally on Rate Cut  Businessweek
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Your Uber Scandal Has Arrived
At what was supposedly an off-the-record dinner with various media and publishing elites, Emil Michael, an executive of the ride-ordering app Uber floated the idea of the start-up hiring a research team to the tune of one million dollars in order to dig up dirt on ...
Uber ´┐Żber Alles  TechCrunch
Does bad behavior really hurt business?  Washington Post
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Korea Times: Samsung Electronics Mulls Major Executive Rejig At Mobile Division
( - South Korean conglomerate Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (SSNLF) is mulling a major rejig of its senior management executives as it continues to lose money and market share at its flagship mobile phone business, according to a report in ...
Samsung Mobile Executives Set to Pay Price in Overhaul  Bloomberg
At Samsung, Change May Be Brewing at the Top  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Minnesota Food Company Recalls 1200 Pounds of Ground Beef Due to E. coli ...
A Minnesota food company recalls about 1,200 pound of its ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced on Saturday.
Minnesota Company Recalls Ground Beef  CBS Local
1200 pounds of Ground Beef Recalled due to Possible Bacteria Contamination  Capital OTC
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HealthSource RI awaits re-enrollment figures
At the start of open enrollment last week, the lobby at HealthSource RI's customer service office was bustling with people interested in insurance through the state's health exchange while close to 150 specialists were fielding calls down a hallway in a massive ...
Health exchanges' finances face test in 2nd year  Washington Post
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Crowded roads, airports expected
The busiest holiday travel period of the year is expected to more than live up to its reputation later this week. In its holiday travel forecast, AAA Mid-Atlantic projects that 46.3 million people nationwide will travel 50 miles or farther to celebrate Thanksgiving this ...
Thanksgiving Gas Prices Likely Lowest in Five Years  Atlantic Highlands Herald
Gas prices dipping heading into Thanksgiving holiday  Eureka Times Standard
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Jacobs Engineering chief executive is retiring
The chief executive of construction services firm Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. is retiring from the Pasadena company because of health issues, the company said.
Craig Martin retiring as CEO and President of Jacobs Engineering Group  Market Business News
Jacobs Engineering CEO Craig Martin announces retirement, cites health reasons  Fox Business
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