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  • Lawmakers strike spending deal to avert shutdown

    Lawmakers reached a deal in principle Thursday on 12 annual spending bills to fund the government and avoid a shutdown.Appropriators reached agreement on a number of contentious issues, including how to fund Presid

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  • UK will have time to strike trade deals after Brexit

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday that Britain would have enough time to strike an agreement with the European Union about future trade ties, and reach similar deals with other countries, after its scheduled departure from the EU on Jan. 31.

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  • Strikes end as postal workers reach deal with Posti

    Unions and employer reached agreement on Wednesday morning.

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  • Kohl's Black Friday Sale Has Already Started, and Holy Deals on Deals on Deals

    November may have just started, but we know you've got holiday shopping on the brain. The gifts. The party attire. The cozy Winter fashions. No matter what sort of budget you're working with, your shopping list is no doubt super long. Which means you could greatly benefit from some serious savings. Enter: Black Friday! Specifically, the Black Friday event at Kohl's. I know what you're thinking. Black Friday doesn't happen until the end of the month. Well, not anymore! Kohl's is taking the...

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  • Schnitzer, Helping Hands may strike Wapato Jail deal

    Friday morning press conference is scheduled to announce the details of the latest possible use of the vacant Wapato Jail facility.

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  • UK will have time to strike trade deals after Brexit: Johnson

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday that Britain would have enough time to strike an agreement with the European Union about future trade ties, and reach similar deals with other countries, after its scheduled departure from the EU on Jan. 31.

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  • Tiffany and LVMH are rising after striking the biggest luxury deal in history

    Reuters Shares in Tiffany & Co and LVMH jumped on Monday after the pair agreed a $16.2 billion merger, the largest luxury deal in history. The US jewelry retailer accepted an offer of $135 in cash per share from the French luxury-goods giant, after rejecting a lower offer earlier this month, Reuters reported. Watch Tiffany & Co and LVMH trade live. Shares in Tiffany & Co jumped 6% in pre-market trading in New York, and LVMH stock climbed 2% in Paris, after the pair agreed a $16.2...

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