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Russia's Finance Minister Calls For Slower Growth in Military Spending
MOSCOW�Russia needs to reassess its military spending amid slowing economic growth and reduced access to global capital markets as falling oil prices have hit the domestic economy hard, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said Friday.
Ruble Weakens After Russia Exporters Drove Best Week Since 1998  Bloomberg
Russia's ruble ends 5-day rally, drops 4 percent
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Tips On Returning Christmas Gifts
OKLAHOMA CITY -. If Santa got it wrong this year, there are a number of things you should know before heading to the mall to return gifts.
Got a Gift That Just Isn't You? Be a Smart Returner  DailyFinance
Shopping frenzy begins in Central Fla.  WKMG Orlando
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US minimum wage hikes to impact 1400-plus Walmart stores
Wal-Mart estimates its average full-time hourly wage is $12.92, and they pay competitive wages and offer employees ample opportunity for advancement.
US Minimum Wage Hikes To Impact Wal-Mart (WMT)  Bidness ETC
New Gift Card Exchange Program for Walmart  1011now
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Stock futures edge higher, on track for weekly gain
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures edged higher on Friday, putting major indexes on track for a second straight weekly advance, though moves were likely to be slight with few market catalysts and many traders still out for the Christmas holiday.
US Stock Futures Trade Higher  Wall Street Journal
U.S. Stock Futures Extend Christmas Cheer in Holiday-Shortened Week
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US city of Providence sues Petrobras for corruption-related bond loss: Report
SAO PAULO: The US city of Providence, Rhode Island, is suing Brazil's state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA and some of its executives for bond losses stemming from an alleged kickback and bribery scheme, a leading Brazilian newspaper reported ...
Brazil's Petrobras May See Its R�  Brazil Business Today (subscription)
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Shoppers' Late Rush Gives Hope to Retailers
Christmas Eve shoppers in Chicago were among those consumers U.S. retailers have been counting on this season to help propel holiday sales.
Black Friday? Many stores opening early today for post-Christmas sales
Late push drives strong holiday sales, retailers report  Washington Business Journal
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Sub-$2-a-gallon gas reaches Twin Cities
Gas prices have dropped below $2 per gallon at select Minnesota stations, reflecting steadily dropping prices to levels not seen for five years.
$1.99 Per Gallon Gas Prices Have Minnesotans Smiling  CBS Local
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Uber sued by 45 Philadelphia-based taxi corporations
A federal lawsuit has been filed against application-based transportation company Uber by a total of 45 Philadelphia-based taxi corporations.
Uber Sued by 45 Philadelphia Taxi Companies  NBC 10 Philadelphia
45 Philadelphia Taxi Companies Sues Uber Over Racketerring  Yibada (English Edition)
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A Gift? Health Care Without The Business
Christmas is a holiday I enjoy through the celebration and joy of others. And I love it - the time of giving and singing and being with family and thinking of people who are needy.
Obamacare Offers Up a Pleasant Surprise for the Holidays  Motley Fool
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Corzine's former company, MF Global, agrees to pay $1.2B in restitution, $100M ...
MF Global Holdings Ltd. settled a U.S. government lawsuit, agreeing to pay $1.2 billion in restitution and a $100 million fine for customer losses tied to the company's 2011 collapse.
MF Global Holdings (MFGLQ) Fined $100 Million  Bidness ETC
MF Global parent fined in $1.2B restitution case  USA TODAY
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