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Friday, November 28, 2014

Business

Figures on government spending and debt

1 hour 25 minutes ago - Fox Business
Figures on government spending and debt (last six digits are eliminated)

'Gray Thursday' makes for smoother Black Friday shopping in Minnesota

1 hour 22 minutes ago - Fox Business
Those hunting for bargains at Minnesota retailers Friday morning found that Black Friday's steady slide back into Thanksgiving Day made for smoother shopping

Starboard Holds Stake in Integrated Silicon

53 minutes ago - Wall Street Journal
Starboard Value LP reported Friday an active stake in Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. and said it had nominated five people to the integrated-circuit maker’s board

U.S. Appeals WTO Meat-Label Ruling

16 minutes ago - Wall Street Journal
The Obama administration appealed a World Trade Organization ruling that would have limited meat-origin labeling, angering Canadian officials who threatened retaliation for what they called violations of international trade rules

Best books of 2014

9 hours 23 minutes ago - Financial Times
The FT’s books editor reflects on the literary year

Relief in EU at Cameron immigration plan

3 hours 13 minutes ago - Financial Times
PM plans ‘toughest system dealing with abuse of free movement’

Black Friday chaos masks ringing tills

1 hour 28 minutes ago - Financial Times
UK retailers worry that early discounts will undermine profits

Politicians rue faux pas in class-bound UK

1 hour 22 minutes ago - Financial Times
Andrew Mitchell has become the latest senior Conservative to taste defeat in the libel courts

Wheat higher and corn, oats and soybeans lower on the CBOT; beef mixed and pork lower on the CME.

1 hour 40 minutes ago - Fox Business
Grain futures were mostly lower Friday on the Chicago Board of Trade

The Trend In Renting, Vs. Owning, Could Kill The PC And Alter IT

2 hours 27 minutes ago - Forbes
We used to want to own everything. But now we are more productive and effective by keeping ourselves mobile and less hampered. This trend is killing PC sales, and forever will alter corporate IT by Adam Hartung

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