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NEW YORK: It's Black Friday, The Sequel. Stores are rolling out deals and expect to be swimming in shoppers on Christmas Eve as stragglers take advantage of a day off work. For retailers, the last-minute rush caps the best year since 2007, and possibly ever.
SAN FRANCISCO: The FBI says it recently issued an alert about a popular Barbie doll with a hidden video camera that could be used to produce child pornography, but stressed that the toy has not been linked with any reported crimes.
BANGKOK: Asian stock markets rose sharply Thursday after improved economic indicators powered big gains on Wall Street and worries eased about Europe's debt problems.hr noshade size=-1 width=50%>
LONDON: Stock exchanges of countries at the forefront of investor concerns over Europe's debt crisis closed lower Thursday, on a day when trading activity was light as Wall Street was closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.hr noshade size=-1 width=50%>
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans' big victories in Congress could compel a second look at parts of President Barack Obama's sweeping healthcare overhaul, but any changes will be subtle and a far cry from the blanket repeal vowed by party leaders.
WASHINGTON: A surge in demand for commercial aircraft lifted orders for big-ticket manufactured goods in September, but U.S. businesses spent less on products that would signal expansion.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner sought to convince skeptical U.S. lawmakers on Thursday he was taking a tougher line on China's currency and trade policies, but Beijing warned that pressure from
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's new stimulus plan directs government assistance to some of the strongest parts of the economy without solving the biggest problem: finding work for the 14.9 million unemployed.