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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.

China slump leads Asia shares lower on regulatory...

A pedestrian looks at an electronic board showing the graph of the recent fluctuations of market indices of ,Japan's Nikkei average, Dow Jones and NASDAQ outside a brokerage in TokyoEarly selling intensified in China's stock markets in the afternoon, with the Shanghai Composite index (.SSEC) and the CSI300 plunging 4.7 percent as of 0623 GMT, on track for the biggest one-day drop in more than three months, and set for weekly declines of 4.6 percent and 5 percent, respectively. China's securities regulator has urged domestic brokerages to cease financing clients' stocks purchases through swaps and other over-the-counter contracts, two sources with direct knowledge told Reuters, its latest move to reduce leveraged financing risk in its stock markets after a summer plunge. The Chinese yuan also came under pressure, weakening to its lowest level in almost three months as investors braced for a decision on Monday by the International Monetary Fund on whether to include the currency in its reserve basket.

Two-decade Pfizer mission pays off for Guggenheim's deal...

Alan Schwartz, executive chairman of Guggenheim Partners, takes part in a panel discussion in Beverly HillsLONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Alan Schwartz knows how to play a long game. The executive chairman of boutique investment bank Guggenheim Partners spent almost 20 years cultivating Pfizer (PFE.N) boss Ian Read as a client. Schwartz, 65, had been working with Read since 2013 to find a European-registered company with which U.S. firm Pfizer could combine and shift its headquarters to a country with a lower tax rate, so-called inverting.

Thanksgiving shopping crowds 'good not great'; online...

Shoppers wait to enter Macy's Herald Square store during the early opening of the Black Friday sales in the Manhattan borough of New YorkPITTSBURGH/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Retailers across the United States offered early Black Friday discounts to lure bargain-hunters on Thanksgiving eve, but initial checks showed crowds in brick-and-mortar stores were subdued even as online sales jumped. "It's still early, and from what we are seeing so far the crowds are good but not great," said Craig Johnson, president of Customer Growth Partners. At the Toys R Us in New York's Times Square, a line of about 200 shoppers, hemmed in by barricades, stretched to the corner of 45th Street and toward Sixth Avenue, where the Macy's Inc (M.N) Thanksgiving Day parade had ended a few hours earlier.

Barclays fined for lax crime checks in 'deal of century'

A view of the exterior of the Barclays U.S. Corporate headquarters in the Manhattan borough of New York CityBarclays arranged the 1.9 billion pound transaction in 2011 and 2012 for a number of rich clients deemed by the regulator to be politically exposed persons (PEPs), or people holding prominent positions that could be open to financial abuse. "Barclays did not follow its standard procedures, preferring instead to take on the clients as quickly as possible and thereby generated 52.3 million pounds in revenue," the FCA said. It said the bank took unusual steps to keep the details of the clients and the transaction off its computer system, where it would normally be recorded.

WTO talks stuck again as ministers prepare to meet,...

WTO Director-General Azevedo gestures during a news conference in GenevaWorld trade talks are deadlocked and ministers are unlikely to find a way out of the impasse when they meet in Nairobi next month, World Trade Organization Director-General Roberto Azevedo said on Thursday. "We clearly are stuck in the negotiations at this point in time," Azevedo told a news conference. The Geneva-based WTO has been trying and failing to agree on a worldwide package of trade reforms since a meeting in Doha in 2001 hatched an ambitious plan for knocking down trade barriers.

HSBC says to shut down India private banking business

A traffic light shines red near the HSBC bank logo in ParisHSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA.L) is shutting its private banking unit in India, marking the exit of another foreign bank from the cut-throat wealth management business in Asia's third-largest economy. "After a strategic review of the global private banking operations in India, we have decided to close the business," an India spokesman said on Friday.

Mis-selling risks grow with China's insurance sales army

A woman walks past a door with a logo of China Life insurance, in NanjingHONG KONG/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese insurers are on a hiring binge, recruiting an army of agents to sell their products to a burgeoning middle class, but the risk of mis-selling by inexperienced agents on commission could prove costly to the industry and its customers. In an immature market with less than half the penetration of the United States, and about a quarter of Japan's, China’s insurers tapped the rising demand mainly by selling through banks, until regulators curtailed that channel last year over concerns that inexperienced customers assumed the products were as safe as bank deposits. The largest, China Life Insurance Co , increased its salesforce by 28 percent to nearly a million in the six months to June, while next in line, Ping An (2318.HK), swelled its sales ranks by 25 percent to 800,000.

BTG Pactual redemptions rise in day after CEO arrest: source

Esteves, CEO Brazilian BTG Pactual bank is pictured during an interview in Sao PauloClients stepped up withdrawals from Grupo BTG Pactual SA's money management unit on Thursday, according to a source with knowledge of the bank's strategy, as Latin America's largest independent investment bank tries to contain fallout from the arrest of its top executive. Outflows reached a cumulative 3.5 percent of assets under management over the past two days, the source said. Redemptions had hit around 1 percent on Wednesday, when Chief Executive Officer André Esteves was arrested on suspicion of obstructing a sweeping corruption investigation.

Bank of America to halt dollar supplies to Angola: sources

The Bank of America building is shown in Los Angeles, CaliforniaBank of America (BAC.N) will stop supplying U.S. dollars to Angola at the end of this month, two foreign exchange sources said on Thursday, a move that could pile pressure on the oil exporter's ailing kwanza (AOA=) currency. South Africa's Rand Merchant Bank (RMMMu.J) (RMB) said on Thursday that a U.S. bank had decided to discontinue providing it with dollars for onward supply to Angola which meant it would stop selling Angolan banks the greenback from Nov. 30. RMB, a division of FirstRand Bank Ltd [FSRJHB.UL], did not name the U.S. bank or say why it no longer wished to trade dollars with Angola.

Merck plans to sell its allergy business unit to cut...

Branch of drugs and chemicals group Merck is pictured in central German city of DarmstadtGerman drugs and chemicals maker Merck KGaA is planning to sell its allergy business, Allergopharma, Bloomberg reported, citing sources. The sale, which could fetch about 600 million euros , is an attempt ...

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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