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Kuroda Calls on Japan Inc to Embrace Shift to Inflation: Economy
Bank of Japan chief Haruhiko Kuroda called on Japan Inc. to deploy its cash and invest more on facilities and workers, saying �the rule book for business will be rewritten� as the economy emerges from deflation.
Japanese bond yields hit historic low  MarketWatch
Japan inflation slows and output slips, keep BOJ under pressure  Reuters
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Citigroup to sell Japan retail banking business
Citigroup announced it reached an agreement to sell its retail banking business in Japan to Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp., one of the county's three mega-banks.
Citibank Sells Japan Retail Unit to Sumitomo Mitsui  Wall Street Journal
Citigroup to sell retail banking business in Japan to SMBC  The Indian Express
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Revenue falls short for road projects in Arizona
PHOENIX - A Maricopa County sales tax increase adopted a decade ago has raised more than $3.1 billion for dozens of freeway, street and transit projects, but that's still $1 billion less than initially projected.
Officials: Extension needed for transportation tax
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Saudi to lift spending in next year's budget
DUBAI: Saudi Arabia will lift state spending to a record in its 2015 budget while covering a deficit with its huge fiscal reserves, the government said, providing the first detailed look at how the world's top oil exporter aims to handle an era of cheap oil.
S. Arabia projects huge deficit as oil price drop bites
Saudi Arabia's 2015 budget looks to boost oil market  Economic Times
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South Korea indicts Uber CEO, local unit for transport law breach
Seoul: South Korea has indicted the chief executive officer and local subsidiary of Uber Technologies Inc for violating a law governing public transport, becoming the latest jurisdiction to challenge the US taxi service provider.
Uber CEO criminally charged in South Korea  KRNV My News 4
Forty Five Philadelphia Taxi Groups File Federal Law Suit Against Uber  Franchise Herald
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Nissan supplier efforts key to more Mississippi output
In this Dec. 12, 2014 photograph, a Topre America worker adjusts a support frame for welding by one of the company's robots in Canton, Miss.
Nissan supplier efforts key to more Miss. output  Macon Telegraph (blog)
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Tips to tackle your holiday gift returns
Nearly 71 percent of retailers require customers who are returning an item without a receipt to show ID, the National Retail Federation says.
Bad Santa? 5 tips to tackle your holiday gift returns  Houston Chronicle
The dash is on to return unwanted gifts  Minneapolis Star Tribune
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Wal-Mart's higher-skilled employees pinched to 'absorb' cost of minimum wage ...
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will raise its base salaries at 1,434 stores to comply with minimum wage hikes that will go into effect in 21 states beginning Jan. 1, 2015.
Exclusive: US minimum wage hikes to affect 1400-plus Walmart stores  Reuters
What to do with all those gift cards? Wal-Mart testing an exchange program  Rick Kupchella's BringMeTheNews
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Porter Health Care System to host info sessions on insurance marketplace
As the country enrolls in the Affordable Care Act's health insurance marketplace for the second year, Porter Health Care System invites members of the community to attend one of three educational seminars covering these new health insurance options.
Obamacare Offers Up a Pleasant Surprise for the Holidays  Motley Fool
Guest Commentary: America's Affordable Care Act is Working  Bayoubuzz
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New Gadgets This Christmas? Here's How to Make Sure Your Old Ones Aren't ...
n employee arranges discarded computers at a newly opened electronic waste recycling factory in Wuhan, Hubei province. Stringer/ REUTERS.
Somers, Yorktown Residents: Remember to Recycle Electronics
It's illegal to throw away electronics in New York starting Jan. 1  New York Business Journal (blog)
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