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Greece Faces Snap Election With Rescue Lifeline at Stake
Greece faces snap elections next month after Prime Minister Antonis Samaras failed in his third and final attempt to persuade parliament to back his candidate for head of state.
Greece heads to election after PM Samaras loses vote on president  Reuters
Greek Election Called; Now The Eurozone Gets Exciting  Forbes
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Stocks mixed amid China growth hopes, Greece woes
Global stocks were mixed on Monday after a report said China will change banking rules, apparently to boost lending and economic growth, while oil prices rebounded.
Asia Pacific Market: Stocks up on positive Wall Street cues  Business Standard
Global stocks up as oil price rebounds  Glens Falls Post-Star
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Key Decisions on Drones Likely From Congress
WASHINGTON - The Obama administration is on the verge of proposing long-awaited rules for commercial drone operations in U.S. skies, but key decisions on how much access to grant drones are likely to come from Congress next year.
FAA's long-awaited drone rules almost ready, but Congress will likely ...  Fox Business
Taming the Drone Chaos  Bloomberg View
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Stock futures edge lower with indexes near records
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures were slightly lower on Monday, as investors found few reasons to keep pushing shares higher following a sharp rally that has taken major indexes to repeated records.
Wall Street Jaded Following Record Run  RTT News
Asian Markets Trade Higher  Nasdaq
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Abenomics Finally Gets Working for Average Japanese
Japan's $29 billion fiscal stimulus includes spending vouchers and coupons for consumers, welfare checks for low-income families with small children and heating-oil subsidies.
Japanese firms to spurn PM's call for higher wages next year: survey  Sydney Morning Herald
The 94% Plunge That Shows Abenomics Losing Global Investors  Bloomberg
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Credit Suisse Bank Faces $10 Billion Lawsuit Over Pre-2007 Mortgage Fraud
At long last, you can finally say that a massively wealthy multinational bank had a bad day. As reported by CNBC Saturday, Swiss banking giant Credit Suisse will face a $10 billion lawsuit over alleged mortgage fraud leading up to the 2007 economic collapse ...
Credit Suisse vows to fight New York mortgage securities case  WKZO
Credit Suisse bid to dismiss US mortgage suit denied  Zee News
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Icahn acquires stake in Manitowoc, seeks splitup
(Reuters) - Carl Icahn reported a 7.7 percent stake in Manitowoc Co Inc (MTW.N), and became the second activist investor this year to push for a splitup of the company's crane and foodservice equipment businesses.
Icahn discloses stake in Manitowoc, seeks breakup  MarketWatch
Manitowoc Holder Icahn to Push for Crane, Food Unit Split  Bloomberg
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Billionaire Milner Sees Xiaomi at $100 Billion
Xiaomi Corp.'s valuation could more than double to $100 billion, spurred by its latest financing round, according to investor Yuri Milner.
Xiaomi Becomes World's Most Valuable Tech Startup  Wall Street Journal
Xiaomi confirms it raised monster $1.1B round and is now valued at $45B  VentureBeat
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KC-46A test aircraft makes maiden flight
A KC-46A-provisioned Boeing 767-2C aircraft made its maiden flight from Paine Field in Washington on 28 December, the company announced.
First Test Flight for Boeing's New Tanker  24/7 Wall St.
Boeing Demos Tanker Aircraft for US Air Force  ExecutiveBiz (blog)
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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 resumes train service in Connecticut  Chron.com
Suspicious package in Greenwich forces evacuation, delays  Greenwich Time
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