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Abercrombie to Remove Logos From Most Clothing
Abercrombie will go mostly logo-free starting next spring after a shift by teens to unmarked gear. Shown, models in front of an Abercrombie store in Hamburg, Germany, in 2012.
Abercrombie Dropping Logo to Boost Brand
Here's Why Abercrombie & Fitch Is Ditching Its Logos  TIME
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Asian Futures Drop as Yen Rebounds With Gold on Ukraine
Asian index futures declined as the yen regained ground against the dollar on signs the conflict between Russia and Ukraine is deepening.
Retailer Results and Russia Send Markets Down, Barely  New York Times
US STOCKS-Wall St loses ground on Ukraine worry; data curbs losses  Reuters
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Shell Submits a Plan for New Exploration of Alaskan Arctic Oil
Royal Dutch Shell submitted a plan to the federal government on Thursday to try once again to explore for oil in the Alaskan Arctic, following years of legal and logistical setbacks as well as dogged opposition from environmentalists.
Shell submits revised drill plan for Arctic -FT  Reuters
Shell files plans to resume Arctic drilling  Houston Chronicle
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Economic Data Points to Upward Trajectory
A machinist in Colorado Springs. Orders for equipment by businesses rose at an annual rate of 10.7 percent in the second quarter. Credit Michael Ciaglo/The Colorado Springs Gazette, via Associated Press.
Economic growth improves a little more  MSNBC
US Economy Grew at Brisk 4.2 Pct. Rate in Q2  ABC News
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Barclays Agrees to Lend Detroit $275 Million to Exit Bankruptcy
Photo. Detroit will begin defending its plan to leave bankruptcy next week.Credit Paul Sancya/Associated Press. Barclays Capital has agreed to provide $275 million to finance Detroit's operations as it comes out of bankruptcy, according to documents filed in ...
Detroit to Borrow $275 Million to Exit Municipal Bankruptcy  Wall Street Journal
UPDATE 2-Detroit says Barclays agrees to $275 mln financing  Reuters
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Hawaii tourism officials expect slower growth for state's biggest industry
HONOLULU - Hawaii tourism officials said Thursday they were tempering their expectations, but they still anticipate continued growth for the state's biggest industry.
Hawaii tourism officials expect slower growth
Climate Change Will Ruin Hawaii, New Study Suggests  Huffington Post
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New App Lets You Buy What You Like on Instagram and Drain Your Bank Account
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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AIG's Benmosche Sped His Exit With Year to Live; Mom's Advice: 'Don't Wait Too ...
Robert Benmosche, who is stepping down this weekend after five years as American International Group Inc.'s chief executive officer, said he learned in May that he had nine months to a year to live.
Outgoing AIG CEO given terminal cancer diagnosis  CNNMoney
AIG's Benmosche: I Have 9 Months To A Year Left To Live  Business Insider
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Feds to resume leasing for fracking in California after study concludes impact ...
SAN FRANCISCO - The U.S. Bureau of Land Management will resume issuing oil and gas leases next year for federal lands in California after a new study found limited environmental impacts from fracking and other enhanced drilling techniques, the agency ...
Feds to resume leasing for fracking in California  Greenwich Time
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GDP grew 4.2 percent in Q2, but economic weaknesses remain (+video)
The US gross domestic product (GDP) grew 4.2 percent in the second quarter of this year, according to revised figures released Thursday by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
US economy grows 4.2% in Q2; jobless claims fall again  Financial Express
By the numbers-US recovery finally taking hold  CNBC
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