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Fed votes to restrict its bailout authority
Federal Reserve officials have moved to prevent the central bank from bailing out failing companies, a power it exercised during the 2008 financial crisis.
Amazon video shows new look of prototype for drone delivery service
The video shows a new look for the vehicles from what Amazon presented two years ago when first announcing drone development. They look a bit more like an airplane than a helicopter. 
What’s the gift everyone wants this year? So far, there isn’t one
The holiday shopping season is upon us, and these are three of the trends already surfacing.
Briefly: Ford’s deal with union keeps labor costs mostly in check
Ford’s new four-year contract with the United Auto Workers will increase its U.S. labor costs by less than 1.5 percent annually by letting the company hire more low-cost workers and move production to factories in other countries, the company said Monday.
Christmas Price Index: How much for 2 turtle doves? How about 10 lords a-leaping?
For the 32nd year, PNC Wealth Management, based in Pittsburgh, has issued its Christmas Price Index, its whimsical way to track inflation by checking the cost of the items “my true love gave to me.”
It’s like losing an old friend': Council Bluffs hardware store closing after more than 80 years
Three generations have run Hanusa Hardware at various locations since 1931, but family members of the “fourth generation” are interested in other careers, said Mary Ann Hanusa.
IMF puts China’s yuan in basket of top currencies
The IMF said that the yuan met all existing criteria to be included with the U.S. dollar, euro, Japanese yen and the British pound as one of the currencies used for the global organization’s Special Drawing Rights, which serves as a standard for dealing with the financial reserves of its 188 member governments.
Companies are pulling the plug on holiday parties
What once might have been viewed as a foreboding sign of corporate distress could sound pretty good this time of year: More companies are saying they just don’t do holiday parties anymore.
How your social media presence (too much; too little; too whiny) can hurt your job hunt
Here are ways social media can hurt your career and how to avoid mistakes.
The Record: Building permits, Dec. 1
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