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Saudi Arabia Maintains Spending Plans in 2015 Despite Oil Slide
DAMMAM, Saudi Arabia�Saudi Arabia on Thursday unveiled a budget that projects total expenditure in 2015 of 860 billion Saudi riyals ($229.3 billion), maintaining its large government spending policy despite the steep decline in oil prices in recent months.
Saudi Arabia Sees Wider 2015 Budget Deficit as Oil Falls  Bloomberg
Saudi Arabia sees wider budget deficit in 2015  Seeking Alpha
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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.
BOJ's Kuroda says Japan benefits greatly from oil price fall  Reuters
BOJ policymaker urged fiscal discipline amid easing policy: minutes  The Japan Times
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USS Ranger featured in 'Top Gun' set to be dismantled for single penny
Aircraft carrier, USS Ranger, which featured in the movie 'Top Gun', will be dismantled for single penny in Brownsville, Texas.
Top Gun Supercarrier USS Ranger Retires  Pioneer News
Final voyage: Navy pays one cent to scrap aircraft carrier  Macro Insider
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How to exchange unwanted gifts with ease
As anyone who's received a drugstore cologne gift set well knows, even Santa Claus gets it wrong sometimes. Friends and relatives?
Bad Santa? 5 tips to tackle your holiday gift returns  Worcester Telegram
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Uber Announces $2 Fee For Uber Taxi Service in New York City
Uber, the social-taxi, mobile-vehilce-hailing application has added another $2 fee for picking up a fare in New York City. Uber claims that the new surcharge�which has been implemented in other markets before New York�helps to cover the cost of fare ...
Uber Target Of Lawsuit By Philadelphia Cab Companies  Macro Insider
Uber Called 'Criminal Enterprise' by Philadelphia Cab Owners  Businessweek
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US jobless claims hit seven-week low, signals accelerated labor recovery
The number of Americans filing new jobless applications for claiming their unemployment benefits reached to its lowest level in seven weeks, signaling that the country's job market is steadily moving on the path of recovery.
US Jobless Claims falls: Markets Rejoice. Dow Scales 18000  Wall Street Pulse
Extended Unemployment benefit news update; EUC 2014; Lack of extended ...  Learning and Finance
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Fargo company's app could help drones fly safely
Shawn Muehler and Alex Kube started Botlink, a technology company based in Fargo, N.D. The company is building an app to improve small drone safety.
FAA fears drones left under Christmas tree could prove hazardous in the skies  Washington Times
FAA Issues Drone Warning Video, As Thousands Are Set To Receive ...  International Business Times
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Wal-Mart testing exchange of gift cards
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National notes: Walmart unveils gift card exchange program  Omaha World-Herald
Don't want that gift card? Trade it in for Wal-Mart's  TBO.com
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Oil slides, Brent tests $60 as data shows glut building
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global oil markets fell again on Wednesday in holiday-thin trade, extending more than a week of see-saw volatility as traders jousted over whether a growing supply glut had been fully priced in.
LETTER: Low oil prices have high indirect costs  Asbury Park Press
Looking ahead to 2015 in Bakken oil production  Bismarck Tribune
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Citigroup to Sell Japanese Retail Banking Unit to Sumitomo Mitsui Banking
TOKYO - Citigroup has agreed to sell its Japanese retail banking operations to the Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation in a retreat from unprofitable businesses around the world, the companies announced on Thursday.
Reliance Capital gets Sumitomo Mitsui as partner, minority investor  Business Standard
Citigroup agrees to sell Japan retail banking to SMBC  Sydney Morning Herald
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