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Oil rallies above $60, heads for fourth weekly decline on glut
LONDON (Reuters) - Brent crude oil rose above $60 a barrel on Friday, recovering from near a 5-1/2-year low as investors squared books ahead of the year-end festive break after six months of falling prices.
Oil Rebounds From Five-Year Low as Saudi Comments Add Volatility  Bloomberg
Brent steady below $60, heads for 4th weekly decline as glut persists  CNBC   Related articles »  
Uber Suspends Portland Service While Seeking Clearance
Uber Technologies Inc. is limiting service in Portland, Oregon, for three months as it works with local officials on regulations that will let the mobile car-booking application operate legally in the city.
Uber Continues To Run Into Roadblocks; Portland Operation Suspended  Yibada (English Edition)
Uber to leave Portland for 3 months in agreement with city
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US stocks within striking distance of records after monster rally
Editor's note: A prior version of this story gave an incorrect level for the Dow industrials. Getty Images. The verdict is in and the market got the dovish statement it wanted from the Fed.
Markets surge for second day
Dow soars 400 points, led by rally in tech sector
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Jobless claims lowest in 6 weeks
WASHINGTON - The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week as the economy's continued improvement tempered dismissals.
Jobless claims point to firmer labor market  RedEye Chicago
US jobless aid applications decline to 289000  Cortez Journal
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Trump Taj Mahal deal falls apart, union says
The union representing more than 1,000 workers at the Trump Taj Mahal casino on Thursday accused billionaire Carl Icahn of backing out of a deal that would have saved the endangered Atlantic City gambling hall.
APNewsBreak: Icahn promises $20M to keep Atlantic City's Taj Mahal ...  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Union: Taj will stay open even without Icahn deal  Newsday
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EPA expected to treat coal ash waste like garbage
F ILE - In this Monday, Dec. 29, 2008 file image provided by Greenpeace, coal ash slurry left behind in a containment pond near the Tennessee Valley Authority's Kingston Fossil Plant is shown in Harriman, Tenn.
EPA to issue first-ever guidelines on handling and storage of coal ash  WCBD
Electric Utilities Brace for New EPA Rules  Wall Street Journal
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Trade-Ideas: Red Hat (RHT) Is Today's Post-Market Leader Stock
Editor's Note: Any reference to TheStreet Ratings and its underlying recommendation does not reflect the opinion of TheStreet, Inc. or any of its contributors including Jim Cramer or Stephanie Link.
UPDATE 2-Linux distributor Red Hat raises full-year profit forecast  Reuters
Red Hat's stock jumps 10 percent after 3Q results top Wall Street forecasts  Fox News
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New report forecasts wet outlook for the new year
Property manager Valorie Lambert monitors flooding at a client's home Monday, Dec. 15, 2014, in Pebble Beach, Calif. A new storm dumped more rain on already waterlogged parts of Northern California, causing minor road flooding, scattered power outages ...
Wet December Provides "Foothold for Drought Recovery" in California  NBC Bay Area
Flood, drought risks must be managed, with or without climate change  Los Angeles Times
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Why Germany's having a merrier Christmas
Christmas in Germany will be that little bit merrier this year as positive business and consumer confidence points to a much-needed turnaround for the euro zone's largest economy -- one that veered dangerously close to recession just months ago.
German Consumer Sentiment to Reach Eight-Year High in January  Wall Street Journal
German consumer confidence on the rise
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Amazon's Prime Now brought me candy in 23 minutes
Amazon's new one-hour delivery service, Prime Now, works so well it might just inspire entirely new levels of laziness in all of us.
Amazon offers hour delivery in NY
Amazon debuts one-hour delivery for Manhattan customers  Newsday
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