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Obama, Cuba and the Next Alan Gross
Alan Gross was a humanitarian who was taken hostage to be used as a pawn by the Cuban dictatorship. It worked. This week, President Obama agreed to trade three Cuban spies, lift some travel and financial restrictions and upgrade Cuba's diplomatic status ...
In a Political Gamble, Marco Rubio Sticks to His Tough Line on Cuba  New York Times
In Miami, a mixed and muted response to historic change in Cuba policy  Washington Post
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US markets surge; best two-day gains in three years
The US markets climbed higher on Thursday; rallying to its best two-day gains in three years, as the Federal Reserve pledged to be patient on boosting rates.
Dow Jones, S&P 500 continue gains after Fed comment  New York Daily News
Morning MoneyBeat Asia: Dow Rips Higher, Added 420 Points Amid 'Dove' ...  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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BOJ Keeps Record Easing as Oil's Fall Challenges Kuroda
The Bank of Japan maintained unprecedented stimulus, as Governor Haruhiko Kuroda's bid to stoke inflation faces increasing challenges from the tumble in oil prices.
Yen slips vs. dollar, euro as risk sentiment improves  Reuters
BOJ Stands Pat on Policy  Wall Street Journal
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China raises 2013 GDP estimate by 3.4%
BEIJING-China raised its estimate of its 2013 economic output by 3.4% based on its latest survey of the economy, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.
China Raises GDP Estimate 3.4%  Wall Street Journal
China's GDP Revision Adds Output Equivalent to Malaysian Economy  Bloomberg
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Government selling last stake in Ally Financial
WASHINGTON - The government is selling the last of its shares in Ally Financial Inc., the former financing arm of General Motors that was bailed out during the financial crisis.
US to sell final $1.25 bln shares of Ally Financial from bailout  Reuters
Ally's Six-Year Bailout to End as US Will Sell Stake  Businessweek
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Atlantic City bill package postponed amid Taj Mahal dispute
TRENTON - A dispute between billionaire investor Carl Icahn and union workers at the Trump Taj Mahal casino prompted state lawmakers to delay a final vote today on a package of five bills aiming to help financially strapped Atlantic City.
Trump Taj Mahal deal falls apart, union says  MarketWatch
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Electric Utilities Brace for New EPA Rules
A coal ash pond at Duke Energy's Sutton plant in Wilmington, N.C., in June. Associated Press. By. Cassandra Sweet. Cassandra Sweet.
Duke agrees to clean up the last of SC's coal ash ponds  The State
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Linux distributor Red Hat's revenue up 15 pct on subscription growth
Dec 18 (Reuters) - Red Hat Inc, the world's largest commercial distributor of the Linux operating system, posted a 15 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by strong growth in subscriptions.
Trade-Ideas: Red Hat (RHT) Is Today's Post-Market Leader Stock  TheStreet.com
Red Hat's Profit Improves on Cloud Computing Trends  Wall Street Journal
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California Still Needs 11 Trillion Gallons Of Rain To End Drought As Water ...
SAN JOSE (CBS SF) - All the rain the Bay Area has experienced this month has put a dent in the statewide drought. New numbers from the U.S.
Feds forecast good chance of wet conditions for next three months  Santa Cruz Sentinel
11 trillion gallons of rain still needed to end Calif. drought  fox5sandiego.com
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Peace in the Mayo Wars: Unilever drops suit against startup Hampton Creek
On Thursday, Unilever, the maker of Hellmann's mayonnaise, said that it has dropped its suit against Hampton Creek over the labeling of the San-Francisco-based startup's Just Mayo product.
Hellmann's maker Unilever drops suit over 'Just Mayo'  Chron.com
Unilever Drops False Ad Lawsuit Against Just Mayo  The Am Law Litigation Daily
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