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Abercrombie name to shrink from clothing
FILE - In this Nov. 14, 2011, file photo, a shopper carries her Abercrombie & Fitch purchase, in Phoenix. Shares of Abercrombie & Fitch tumbled Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, after reporting weak sales as more teens shop elsewhere.
Here's Why Abercrombie & Fitch Is Ditching Its Logos  TIME
Abercrombie Dropping Logo to Boost Brand
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Japanese economy flounders after sales tax rise
Japan's economy continued to struggle in July to shake off the disruptive effects of a sales-tax increase implemented three months earlier, a cluster of government data released on Friday suggested.
Economists React: Japan's Economy Stagnates in July  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Japan inflation rises in July but remains short of BOJ target  CNBC
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US economy grew at brisk rate in 2d quarter
The US economy grew faster than first thought last quarter, the Commerce Department said Thursday, the latest in a series of signals that suggest a period of sustainable growth lies ahead.
Economy at brisk pace in 2nd quarter  Longview News-Journal
U.S. economy's growth better than first estimated, report says  Houston Chronicle
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Yen supported on Ukraine tensions, euro braces for inflation test
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The safe-haven yen held firm on Friday, while the euro was on track to post its second straight month of declines as tensions between Ukraine and Russia flared again.
ECB's Nowotny Sees Weaker Growth in Euro Zone This Year  Wall Street Journal
ECB's Nowotny says worried about euro zone economy  Reuters UK
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Wall Street loses ground as Ukraine crisis deepens
Worries over tension abroad had largely receded from Wall Street, with major indexes seeing few negative days over the past two weeks, and the Dow and S&P both hitting record highs.
Wall Street slips on renewed Ukraine worries, S&P 500 below 2000  Xinhua
US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall St edges lower on Ukraine; data softens decline  Reuters
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New App Lets You Buy What You Like on Instagram and Drain Your Bank Account
New app like2buy allows users to buy from Instagram likes. Marketers and Retailers across the country will be pleased to hear that Instagram, the popular photo sharing site, can now be used to convert customer �likes� to customer purchases.
New platform lets you buy what you 'like' on Instagram  Tech Times
Danger! New service lets you shop Instagram  USA TODAY
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HTA cautiously optimistic about tourism in 2015
Surf, sun and sand. Millions of people come to Hawaii every year for the three Ss. According to the Hawaii Tourism Authority, you can expect even more.
Hawaii tourism officials expect slower growth
Locals and tourism on their own  eTurboNews
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US economy rebounds as demand drives growth
WASHINGTON: The US economy rebounded more strongly than initially thought in the second quarter with more of the growth being driven by domestic demand and less by restocking by businesses.
US economy expands 4.2 percent in Q2 as corporate profits rise  Gant Daily
America Accelerates As Growth Gallops At 4.2 Perecent  Forbes
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Market Basket uprising's success hard to replicate
As celebration gave way to reflection the day after protesting Market Basket employees won the return of their leader, Arthur T. Demoulas, it remained unclear if the miracle of Tewksbury was truly a breakthrough moment for middle-class workers or a one-time ...
Image experts: Uphill battle for Arthur S. Demoulas  Boston Herald
Workers cheer restored Market Basket CEO  The Seattle Times
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US Banking Group Says Unaware of Any 'Significant' Cyber-Attack
An influential U.S. financial services industry group that shares information about cyber threats has said it is unaware of any "significant" cyber attacks, downplaying concerns about possible breaches at JPMorgan Chase & Co and other banks.
JP Morgan probes possible cyber attack; reports other banks hit  Business Recorder
UPDATE 2-US banking group says unaware of any 'significant' cyber attack  Reuters
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