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China's industrial profits drop most in two years
China's industrial profits fell the most in two years last month, the latest data to show a deepening slowdown in the world's second-biggest economy as pressure grows on the nation's central bank to ease monetary conditions.
China Industrial Profits Decline Most In 27 Months  RTT News
China's Nov industrial profits down 4.2 pct y/y, sharpest fall in 27 months  Reuters
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Food Hubs Link Consumers With Locally Farmed Food
Move over farmers' markets. More than 300 food hubs around the country are also providing small farms another outlet to sell locally raised food to consumers.
Food hubs link consumers with locally raised food, help farms expand sales  Fox Business
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Credit Suisse bid to dismiss US mortgage suit denied
Swiss banking giant Credit Suisse can be prosecuted for its role in the US housing finance meltdown, according to a court decision which dismissed the company's bid to halt a suit.
New York's Top Cop Scores as Credit Suisse Faces $10 Billion Mortgage ...  Bloomberg
Credit Suisse loses bid to dismiss mortgage case  CNBC
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Amazon's Holiday Tally: 10M New Prime Members, 60 Percent Of Sales Via Mobile
It was yet another record shopping holiday period for Amazon, this one being its 20th holiday season, which saw lots of online activity.
Amazon Reports a Record-Breaking Holiday Sales Season for Online Shopping
Amazon signs 10 million new Prime members  Times of India
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US stocks: Dow industrials, S&P 500 close at records
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - Santa continued to shower gifts on stock-market investors, as the S&P 500 index and the Dow Jones Industrial Average once again closed at record levels.
Index Outlook: Santa gives Indian markets a miss  Hindu Business Line
How the Dow Jones industrial average did Friday  SFGate
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Some States See Budgets at Risk as Oil Price Falls
HOUSTON - States dependent on oil and gas revenue are bracing for layoffs, slashing agency budgets and growing increasingly anxious about the ripple effect that falling oil prices may have on their local economies.
Oil caps fifth weekly loss, gold gains  Taipei Times
Oil companies struggle to sell off assets in down market  Dallas Morning News
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It's down to the wire for online shopping
FILE - In this Dec. 15, 2014 file photo, courier Michael Price loads packages onto a truck for delivery at a FedEx facility in Marietta, Ga.
Shippers improve on meeting deadlines  Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Shipping tracker: Holiday deliveries improve  Dubuque Telegraph Herald
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Gift returns to flood retail stores
For retail stores, the day after Christmas gifts will be returned that were not wanted.a big hit this year. More from KOTA Territory.
Big Crowds Expected For Holiday Shopping Returns  CBS Local
After-Christmas shopping  Huntington Herald Dispatch
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Uber Reeling As Philadelphia Taxi Drivers Come Together For Lawsuit
As many as 45 Philadelphia-based taxi companies, led by Checker Cab, have filed a case against Uber Technologies Inc., going as far as calling the ridesharing company a �criminal enterprise.
Uber Sued By 45 Taxi Companies  ValueWalk
Uber CEO criminally charged in South Korea
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Why PepsiCo Is A Much Better Long-Term Dividend Stock Than Coca-Cola
PepsiCo and Coca-Cola are two of the most highly regarded and successful consumer goods companies. However, PepsiCo significantly outperformed Coca-Cola in 2014.
Coke to make cuts amid sales slump
The Year That Was: Coca-Cola  Trefis
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