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Charles Koch: My body is full of harpoons
Charles Koch, CEO of Koch Industries, tells Yahoo Finance editor-in-chief Andy Serwer why he's decided to go public.

U.S. store sales down slightly for Thanksgiving and Black...

Shoppers leave with check out with their purchases from the Best Buy store in Westbury, New YorkSales at U.S. brick-and-mortar stores on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday were down slightly from last year, but the performance was still seen as strong in a holiday shopping season where discounts spread well beyond the weekend and many shoppers moved to the web. Online sales were up by double digits, according to data released on Saturday. Data from analytics firm RetailNext showed overall sales for both days fell 1.5 percent on flat customer traffic, while average spending per shopper dropped 1.4 percent.

Holiday shopping unlikely to cheer many investors

Women shop for handbags at Macy's Herald Square store during the early opening of the Black Friday sales in the Manhattan borough of New YorkThe holiday shopping rush that kicked off on Friday is unlikely to bring much cheer to investors looking for a revival in retail stocks. After months of uninspiring sales growth and recent disappointments from Macy's (M.N) and Nordstrom (JWN.N), shareholders of apparel sellers have had little to be thankful for and face a challenging holiday season. Early indications suggested this year's holiday season was off to a slow start.

Murdoch: Tribune papers likely to be sold, LA Times split...

File photo of Murdoch as a judge during a global start up showcase during the WSJDLive conference in Laguna BeachMurdoch, who is also co-chairman of 21st Century Fox (FOX.A), the entertainment and broadcast group, made his comments on Twitter. Murdoch did not say on his verified Twitter account which firm would acquire the newspaper group or the timing of any deal.

Exclusive: Lazard works with Sanofi on $12.7 billion...

The Sanofi logo is seen at the company's headquarters in LyonLONDON/NEW YORK/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Investment bank Lazard is working with Sanofi's management to prepare a sale or listing of its Merial animal health unit, aiming to land the leading advisory job for the deal, which could value the business at up 12 billion euros ($12.7 billion), sources familiar with the matter said. Lazard is expected to win the role for the so-called dual-track process having helped Sanofi's management in the ongoing review, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity. Sanofi and Lazard declined to comment.

HSBC whistleblower Falciani sentenced to five years in...

Former HSBC employee Falciani poses for photographs before a news conference in Divonne-les-BainsHSBC said it welcomed the ruling on Falciani, a 43-year old French citizen who had been on trial in Switzerland. HSBC's Swiss unit has been in the spotlight since 2008, when Falciani, a former IT employee there, fled Geneva with files that were leaked to the media and were alleged to show evidence of tax evasion by clients. Falciani, who is based in France, did not attend his trial and stayed out of Switzerland while it was going on.

Musk's Tesla faces German battle over battery-powered homes

Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk delivers Model X electric sports-utility vehicles during a presentation in FremontIf Elon Musk's vision of millions of households producing all their own power becomes a reality, it will probably happen first in Germany. The South African-born entrepreneur's company Tesla, best known for its electric cars, sparked global interest in the idea of self-powered homes in April, when it said it would start selling lithium-ion batteries for households next year. The batteries, called Powerwalls, connect to solar panels on the roof of a house and aim to store enough power during the day to drive kettles and washing machines at night, raising the prospect that households one day will be able to rely fully on clean energy and become independent of the power grid.

Halliburton refiles bid for EU approval of $35 billion...

The company logo of Halliburton oilfield services corporate offices is seen in HoustonU.S. oil services provider Halliburton Co (HAL.N) has refiled a request for EU antitrust approval of its $35 billion bid for smaller rival Baker Hughes (BHI.N), four months after regulators rejected an earlier application because of insufficient data. The European Commission will decide by Jan. 12 whether to clear the deal or open a full investigation, according to a filing on its website. Halliburton has said it is prepared to sell three drilling businesses in Mexico and an expandable liner hangers unit as well as three Baker Hughes businesses which includes offshore cementing activities in Australia, Brazil, the Gulf of Mexico, Norway and the United Kingdom.

Class action suit against Barclays alleges forex rigging...

The Barclays logo is seen outside a branch of the bank in central LondonThe suit by Axiom Investment Advisors LLC, filed in a Manhattan federal court, follows a pact on Nov 18 in which Barclays agreed to pay New York State's financial regulator an additional $150 million to settle allegations stemming from allegations about the bank's forex practices. A Barclays spokesman declined to comment. Barclays, in some instances, used a feature called “Last Look” on its forex trading platform to automatically reject client orders that would be unprofitable for Barclays because of price swings in milliseconds-long hold periods the bank imposed after trades were placed, the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has said.

EU wants to give national privacy regulators more clout...

File photograph of a magnifying glass held in front of a computer screen that reads passwordThe European Union wants to enhance the power of the bloc's national privacy regulators in policing a planned new EU-U.S. data pact after the previous one was struck down by a top EU court on concerns about mass U.S. surveillance. Brussels and Washington are locked in negotiations to forge a new framework enabling data transfers from Europe to the United States, which are otherwise subject to cumbersome and lengthy legal processes under EU data protection law. The previous pact, known as Safe Harbour and used by over 4,000 U.S. and European companies, was declared invalid by the European Court of Justice in October because U.S. national security needs trumped the privacy of Europeans' data.

Wall St ends flat; Disney, retailers dip on sales worries

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock ExchangeU.S. stock indexes ended little changed in light trading on Friday, with consumer stocks falling as investors fretted over early reports on the U.S. holiday shopping season and Disney's subscriber losses ...

No time to 'swing for the fences' in stocks: Farr

No time to 'swing for the fences' in stocks: FarrMarkets seem to be be moving higher and shirking off bad news no matter what, strategist Michael Farr says.

Jobs, not a Fed rate hike, could sway confidence heading...
The Conference Board's Lynn Franco explains what is likely to weigh on confidence as we head into 2016.

China stocks tumble most since summer slump as brokerage...

Investors look at an electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage house in HangzhouChinese shares sank more than 5 percent on Friday in their biggest drop since this summer's rout after Reuters reported the stock regulator had widened its probe on brokerages to include the country's fourth-biggest securities firm. The sharp drop in afternoon trade highlights the volatility of China's markets ahead of an expected decision by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday on whether to include the yuan currency in its global reserve basket. China Haitong Securities is under investigation by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), two people with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters, following similar probes into two other domestic brokers.

Produce in Costco salad linked to E. coli is being recalled

FILE - In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015, file photo, cars fill the parking lot of a Costco store in Seattle. A California farm is recalling a vegetable mix believed to be the source of E.coli in Costco chicken salad that has been linked to an outbreak that has sickened several people in multiple states, the Food and Drug Administration said Thursday, Nov. 26. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Federal officials say a business is recalling a vegetable mix believed to be the source of E.coli in Costco chicken salad that has been linked to an outbreak that has sickened 19 people in seven states.

Big Banks Cut Back on Loans to Small Business
The biggest banks in the U.S. are making far fewer loans to small businesses than they did a decade ago, ceding market share to alternative lenders that charge significantly higher rates. Through August, banks this year originated 43% of business loans of up to $1 million, down from 58% for all of 2009, according to PayNet Inc., a tracker of small business credit. “At least 60% of our borrowers would fall into classic bank lending criteria,” said Rob Frohwein, chief executive of online lender Kabbage Inc., which charges rates that average about 39%, versus the typical 5% to 6% or so that banks charge small firms with good credit.

Toyota leads global car sales in October, outsells VW for...

Visitors crowd Toyota Motor Corp's booth at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, JapanToyota Motor Corp outsold Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) for the fourth straight month in October to remain the world's top-selling automaker so far this year, after sales at the German carmaker suffered following the diesel emissions scandal. Toyota said on Friday its group vehicle sales totaled 8.35 million in the January-October period, more than the 8.26 million vehicles delivered by Volkswagen during the same period. Toyota has continuously out sold Volkswagen on a year-to-date basis since July.

Nardelli: $15 minimum wage will put some businesses in...
More protests for a $15 minimum wage are planned for Black Friday. Yahoo Finance talked with veteran CEO Bob Nardelli about the debate.

This governor is fed up with food stamps, junk food and...
When it comes to food stamps, Maine's tea-party governor has nanny-state ambitions.

Three Goldman bankers leave for Uber as tech world raids...

A taxi is reflected in a window at the office of taxi-hailing service Uber Inc in Hong Kong, ChinaThree mid-level bankers in Goldman Sachs Group Inc's technology investment banking group in San Francisco have left to take positions at ride service company Uber Technologies Inc in recent months, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The bankers are the latest to leave Wall Street banks for Silicon Valley startups, where the lure of more flexible hours - and in some cases stock options and share grants - can be hard to resist. Uber, currently valued at around $51 billion, said in August that it expected an IPO within 18 to 24 months.

Move over, Black Friday—Super Saturday is now a bigger...
Black Friday no longer reigns as the biggest shopping day of the holiday season, according to data compiled by Foursquare. Instead, the Saturday before Christmas (called “Super Saturday” by retailers) is seeing more shoppers walking through store doors.

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