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Cyber Monday 2015: The Best Tech Deals We've Seen So Far
Shoppers who prefer to avoid the frenzy of Black Friday can look forward to some incredible deals on electronics for Cyber Monday.
The Rise of Anti-Black Friday Branding  The Atlantic
Target and other retailers brace for holiday shopping onslaught  Los Angeles Times
Euro slips as bets on deeper negative rates in ECB grow
LONDON The euro hovered near seven-month lows against the dollar and lost ground against the yen on Thursday as investors bet against it, expecting the European Central Bank to ease monetary policy again next week.
Euro High Yield May Be Most at Risk From a Fed Hike: Analysis  Bloomberg
Bankers v mattresses  The Economist
UK watchdog fines Barclays $A150m
BRITAIN'S markets watchdog has fined Barclays STG72 million ($A150.30 million) for failing to minimise the risk that it might be used to aid financial crime.
UPDATE 3-Barclays fined for lax crime checks in 'deal of century'  Reuters
Barclays fined $109-million for cutting corners on financial crime checks  The Globe and Mail
Is Pfizer's $160-Billion Merger Deal a Shady Attempt to Dodge Taxes?
Is Pfizer's $160-Billion Merger Deal a Shady Attempt to Dodge Taxes On Monday, Pfizer-Allergan deal made headlines since the move was on the course to create the world's largest pharmaceutical company.
Pfizer to buy Allergan for $160 billion  Mercury Daily (blog)
Business this week  The Economist
Denmark's Bang & Olufsen Considering Takeover Bid
HELSINKI - Consumer electronics company Bang & Olufsen says it's in talks over a potential takeover bid, sending its shares surging more than 30 percent.
UPDATE 1-Bidders sound out Bang & Olufsen about takeover  Reuters
Bidders sound out Bang & Olufsen about takeover; shares surge  The Globe and Mail
Japan Prime Minister Debuts New Social Programs to Help Economy
TOKYO—Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Thursday he would increase spending on social programs and raise the minimum wage as he tries to jump-start the flagging economy ahead of an election next summer.
Japan says it plans $10.6 billion in climate finance for developing ...  Montreal Gazette
Japan pledges $10.6 bn for climate policies in developing nations  Bangkok Post
Black Friday: Where to get the best deals for the shopping bonanza
It might be barely a year old in Ireland but Black Friday is making its presence felt as Irish shoppers are expected to spend upwards of €100m in tomorrow's shopping frenzy.
Black Friday: What and where are the best deals in Ireland?  Irish Times
Black Friday: Argos traffic beats Amazon after it posts deals early  The Independent
Photos: Haunting images show the devastating effects of a toxic mud slide in ...
On Nov. 5, a dam at an iron ore mine in southeastern Brazil collapsed, unleashing 50 million cubic meters of waste water that flooded nearby communities and killed more than 10 people.
BHP Billiton shares fall after UN accusations  Financial Times
BHP Billiton shares dive as UN says dam disaster 'killed river'  The Australian
Inside Amazon's Giant Warehouse That Makes Black Friday Palatable
Retailers know that taking orders they can't deliver hurts their reputations, especially when—which now offers a one-hour delivery service to some Prime customers in the U.K.
Amazon connects 5000 Indian sellers to Black Friday sales  India Today
Black Friday 2015: Amazon UK early deals including the Fire HDX, wireless ...
Lloyds to cut 945 jobs as part of three-year restructuring strategy
LONDON Nov 26 Taxpayer-backed Lloyds Banking Group said on Thursday it was cutting around 945 jobs in a restructuring plan first outlined a year ago with the aim of reducing the bank's workforce by 9,000.
Lloyds Says It Plans to Eliminate 945 Jobs Across Businesses  Bloomberg
UK's Lloyds announces job loss details