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Wall Street ends higher, driven by energy amid global tension
U.S. shares closed higher on Tuesday as energy stocks rose along with oil prices after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane near the Syrian border.
US stocks end slightly higher  Business Standard
Stocks Close Slightly Higher As Jump In Oil Prices Boosts (blog)
Asia stocks stumble on geopolitical tensions, oil stands tall
TOKYO Asian stocks were on edge on Wednesday as geopolitical tensions flared after Turkey downed a Russian fighter jet, while crude oil prices extended gains.
How Turkey-Russia Tension Affects Oil  Wall Street Journal
Introducing the New OPEC Member That Likes Lower Oil Prices  Bloomberg
US Economic Growth for 3rd Quarter Revised Up to 2.1%
The American economy turned in a better performance last quarter than first thought, expanding at a 2.1 percent rate, the government said on Tuesday.
Revision shows faster US economic growth rate in summer  Washington Post
Economic growth greater than predicted  USA TODAY
Black Friday to be less of all-night affair as some malls won't stay open
Some malls that went nonstop in recent years will close for a bit after having Thanksgiving hours. By Kavita Kumar Star Tribune. November 24, 2015 - 11:53pm.
Retailers, charitable organizations gear up for the busy days surrounding ...
Going shopping on Black Friday? We have you covered
Singapore sharply revises up third-quarter growth, outlook soft
SINGAPORE Singapore economy grew much faster than initially estimated in the third quarter thanks to a solid service sector, data showed on Wednesday, but the government softened its growth outlook for the year amid sluggish global demand.
Tourists help Singapore avoid technical recession  CNBC
Singapore cuts 2015 growth forecast to 2 percent  Washington Post
Senate panel to take on inversions in review of global taxation
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Senate Finance Committee will take on corporate inversions as part of a broader review of challenges posed by international tax rules that it says encourage multinational companies to move profits and property to countries with ...
Why Tax Inversions Won't End Anytime Soon  National Journal
After Pfizer-Allergan deal, large inversions may be hard to find  Lincoln Journal Star
Hewlett-Packard's last earnings report highlights challenges for successors
SAN FRANCISCO - Hewlett-Packard went out with a whimper Tuesday, as the venerable computer-maker issued its final quarterly earnings report as a unified tech conglomerate, showing another drop in sales for most of its business divisions.
Hewlett Packard's final quarter showed revenue pressure  USA TODAY
It's cloud soon gone, HP aligns with Microsoft Azure  PCWorld
Hilton hotels hit by cyber attack
Malicious code that infected registers at hotels had potential to take cardholders' names along with card numbers. STOCK IMAGE.
Hackers infect hotel chain Hilton's systems with malware for potential ...  IBNLive
Hilton says some payment systems hit by malware  Firstpost
Bank of Japan can stand pat now as more firms raising prices: Shirai
MATSUE, Japan Bank of Japan board member Sayuri Shirai said the central bank can hold off on expanding stimulus to reach its inflation target as robust consumption makes firms more confident about raising prices, and will help offset the drag caused by ...
BOJ Sayuri Shirai: quantitative and qualitative easing will be basic ...  Economic Times
BOJ minutes reveal worry; Japan ups minimum wage  CNBC
Security Researchers Warn of New, Stealthy Malware to Steal Card Data
Just as millions of Americans are steeling themselves for the holiday shopping season, cyber-security researchers are warning about a stealthy malware aimed at stealing credit card and debit card numbers from retailers.
Retailers hunt for attacks after warning on stealthy malware  Sydney Morning Herald
Researchers identify stealth malware targeting POS systems since at least 2013  SC Magazine