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  1. Jaguar, Land Rover unions back Tata bid: papers - Reuters
  2. Oil Trades Near $97 After Falling on Slowing Growth Outlook - Bloomberg
  3. Christmas Comes Early To Abercrombie & Fitch - Forbes
  4. The lure of Black Friday - San Jose Mercury News
  5. BHP Tells China Rio Takeover Won't Affect Iron Prices (Update4) - Bloomberg
  6. Economic Forecast Index Sees Weakness Into 2008 - New York Times
  7. Brown Backs His Finance Minister Over UK Data Loss (Update1) - Bloomberg
  8. It's time to talk turkey, and it won't cost that much more - Indianapolis Star
  9. Dollar slumps after Fed predicts slower growth - MarketWatch
  10. ASIA MARKETS Tokyo, Hong Kong off lows, region mixed - MarketWatch
  11. Drug group's Reliant route to US hearts - Guardian Unlimited
  12. UPDATE 1-us's Paulson wants mortage help for large groups - Reuters
  13. Home sales, prices decline nationwide - Boston Globe
  14. UPDATE 2-arcelormittal in talks to up China Oriental stake - Reuters
  15. Gap Net Rises 26%; Shares Tumble on Profit Forecast (Update4) - Bloomberg
  16. Cerberus seeks ruling vs. United Rentals - BusinessWeek
  17. Bois d'Arc Energy CEO Wayne Laufer to retire, effective Nov. 30 - Forbes
  18. Vertex Pharma falls on halted trial - BusinessWeek
  19. Affiliated Computer says five directors resign - Reuters
  20. FAA Oversees Aerial Ballet and Foot Shuffling - New York Times
  21. Tesoro neutral on Tracinda offer, adopts "poison pill" - Bizjournals.com
  22. Oil closes modestly lower after US inventories data - MarketWatch
  23. Patterson Blames The Economy - Forbes
  24. Sparkle City' Jewelry Sold at Big Lots Stores - Consumer Affairs
  25. Google extends market lead in search - BusinessWeek
  26. UPDATE 3-US panel urges FCC to cap rural phone subsidies - Reuters
  27. Nokia's Qualcomm Suit Dropped - TheStreet.com
  28. Zagat's gives Hawaiian Air high marks - Bizjournals.com
  29. Charming Shoppes Swings to Loss - TheStreet.com
  30. Denver Shows Dispatch - New York Times
  31. MGIC, Radian get SEC requests on merger, subprime JV - Reuters
  32. Whole Foods: Wait Until 2009 - BusinessWeek
  33. New Hampshire sets date for presidential primary - Reuters
  34. Three men re-arrested in Natalee Holloway case, prosecutors say - CNN
  35. Saudi pipeline death toll at 40 - CNN International
  36. French transport strike seen continuing to disrupt travel Thursday - Forbes
  37. Sharif says had no contact with Musharraf in Saudi - Reuters
  38. Publisher Deflates Tantalizing Snippet on CIA Leak - New York Times
  39. Supreme Court to rule on right to keep handguns at home - Los Angeles Times
  40. Is Obama's Iowa Surge for Real? - TIME
  41. FINANCIAL STOCKS Fannie turns positive, but off sharply this week - MarketWatch
  42. Groups Expose Hidden Toy Hazards - Washington Post
  43. Europe faults Apple for 'anticompetitive' iphone deals - Christian Science Monitor
  44. Let's Hope Kindle Is Only Chapter One - Forbes
  45. Just An Online Minute... Beacon Fuels Privacy Gripes - MediaPost Publications
  46. Packers, Cowboys each going for 10th win - FOXSports.com
  47. In MLS, No Price On Team Continuity - Washington Post
  48. Dawson getting a kick out of Browns' sudden success - USA Today
  49. I'm Not There: Deconstructing Dylan - TIME
  50. The princess diary - Christian Science Monitor
  51. Dennis Quaid's Newborns Given Accidental Overdose - ABC News
  52. gmac's Intriguing International Plan - Forbes
  53. Judge orders 'Grinch' to reopen
  54. Strike rally held in Hollywood
  55. Americans enter holidays in dark mood: Reuters poll
  56. Democratic 2008 presidential race tightens: Reuters poll
  57. New Hampshire sets date for presidential primary
  58. U.S. military wary of Iranian pledges on arms flow
  59. Russian opposition election candidate shot
  60. Designer to the stars faces rape charges in NY
  61. Resurgent Taliban closing in on Kabul: report
  62. Iran says nuclear talks with Solana on November 30
  63. Rice defines Annapolis success as launching talks
  64. Undecided voters give Obama hope in 2008 race
  65. Brokerage regulator tapped as IRS chief
  66. Audit finds Washington, D.C. mishandled millions
  67. Recession fears spike among U.S. voters: poll
  68. Rich states to boost "aid for trade" by half: Lamy
  69. Putin slams foreign nations for backing opposition
  70. Consumers glum on eve of key shopping season
  71. Credit, economy woes wreck holiday mood on Wall St
  72. GMAC targets Northern Rock and sale of ResCap parts
  73. Gap net up but view disappoints some
  74. Freddie Mac sued over mortgage problems: law firm
  75. Wall St bonuses to separate haves and have-lots
  76. Ex Bear Stearns co-president Spector gets no severance
  77. BlackRock approached to lead big backup fund
  78. Qualcomm wins a round in patent battles with Nokia
  79. Teamsters plan to leaflet outside busy United terminals
  80. Undecided voters give Obama hope in 2008 race
  81. U.S. announces Mideast conference for Nov. 27
  82. Civilian presidency beckons for Musharraf
  83. Romney is tough sell for many U.S. Christians
  84. Former press aide blames Bush in CIA leak case
  85. Polygamy leader Jeffs sentenced to prison
  86. Embryonic stem cells made without embryos
  87. San Francisco to give illegal aliens ID cards
  88. Striking screenwriters rally in Hollywood
  89. Clinton sharpens attack on Obama's experience
  90. UAW may endorse presidential candidate by year-end
  91. East Asian leaders to pledge emissions cuts
  92. Australia vote unlikely to alter ties with ally U.S.
  93. U.S. and North Korea end talks on financial no-no's
  94. Fed minutes show October rate cut was "close call"
  95. Paulson says home loan defaults to rise in 2008: report
  96. N. Rock gets more approaches, but pitched low
  97. BlackRock set to manage SuperSIV fund: report
  98. Ahold on lookout for acquisitions: CEO
  99. Circuit City asks former workers to return: report
  100. Burger King plans to test $1 double cheeseburger: report
  101. Oil hits record above $99 as dollar sinks
  102. UPS Employees Approve National Master Contract
  103. Parade becomes Broadway turkey
  104. DGA, networks reach agreement
  105. Polygamy leader Jeffs sentenced to prison
  106. High court to rule on Washington DC gun ban
  107. Embryonic stem cells made without embryos
  108. Clinton sharpens attack on Obama's experience
  109. Iraq warns foreign security firms after shooting
  110. Iran argues nuclear case in letter to "world"
  111. Two soldiers killed in Iraq helicopter crash
  112. Israel approves release of 432 Palestinians inmates
  113. Democrats reject Pentagon war fund warnings
  114. Air Force buyer says backed aide before suicide
  115. Chavez says Bush belongs in asylum for WW3 comment
  116. Pennsylvania lawmakers defeat gun control measures
  117. U.S. panel nixes duties in landmark case vs China
  118. EU's Mandelson: U.S. needs to change gambling laws
  119. Jittery markets ignore Fed's hawkish message
  120. Freddie Mac hit by huge loss, says needs capital
  121. Oil price jump lifts energy shares and Wall St
  122. Countrywide shares go on wild ride
  123. GM's Nov sales meeting expectations: Lutz
  124. H&R Block replaces CEO Ernst; Breeden is chairman
  125. Borders posts wider loss on charge
  126. Limited Brands profit down, lowers 4th-qtr outlook
  127. Whole Foods 4th-qtr profit down
  128. Teamsters ratify 5-year United Parcel contract
  129. Republican lawmakers oppose cable crackdown
  130. WGA negotiator is H'wood outsider
  131. News of strike talks spurs optimism
  132. Strike follows '88 path
  133. Strike delays 'Shantaram,' 'Nine'
  134. 'Grinch' hopes to duck strike
  135. Broadway box office struck by strike
  136. CBS News employees back strike
  137. Iran says will soon hold new talks with U.S. on Iraq
  138. Israel and Palestinians in final push for joint paper
  139. Putin: Russian nuclear force ready for any attack
  140. Pakistan frees 3,400 people held after emergency rule
  141. U.N. slashes AIDS estimates in latest report
  142. Clinton and Obama spar over experience
  143. Vote on Lebanon president faces further delay
  144. Bangladesh still trying to reach all cyclone victims
  145. Khmer Rouge jailer in court's first public hearing
  146. Jolie's adopted girl conceived during rape: mother
  147. U.S. will not have to order diplomats to Iraq
  148. ASEAN leaders sign charter amid Myanmar row
  149. U.S. and North Korea meet for talks on financial norms
  150. China hits back at U.S. spying and trade accusations
  151. U.S. commission schedules 2008 presidential debates
  152. U.S. confident on Middle East talks, joint document
  153. Chavez faces opposition from own ranks
  154. U.S. joins suit against Lockheed and vendor
  155. Goldman paints bleak picture for housing, financials
  156. Pfizer legal win might block some Celebrex lawsuits: report
  157. Northern Rock slides 41 percent, set for record fall
  158. BHP chief talks Rio value, steelmakers howl
  159. JC Flowers group bids $1.8 billion for Shinsei Bank stake
  160. HP profit rises as notebook PC sales grow
  161. Nordstrom 3rd-qtr profit tops forecast
  162. USDA reverses itself on Tyson antibiotic label: report
  163. 'Shantaram' a casualty of strike
  164. Broadway box office struck by strike
  165. CBS News employees back strike
  166. Strike gloom spells Off Broadway boom
  167. Iraq says 43 arrested over Baghdad shooting
  168. Bush's homeland security adviser resigns
  169. Kosovo partial official results confirm Thaci win
  170. Chavez in Tehran: "Empire of dollar is crashing"
  171. U.S. criticizes ASEAN as Myanmar overshadows new charter
  172. U.S., Russia agree on plutonium disposal plan
  173. Former governor to seek Virginia U.S. Senate seat
  174. High-level Saudi presence seen unlikely at Annapolis
  175. Lawmakers press USTR for new tack in gambling case
  176. Blair unveils projects to aid Palestinian economy
  177. U.S., North Korea meet for lesson on financial norms
  178. U.S. plans $250 mln for African investment funds
  179. Wall Street sinks as Citi downgrade hits credit nerve
  180. Lowe's posts lower profit
  181. Citigroup falls on "sell" with $15 bln writeoff seen
  182. Fuel costs seen cutting holiday spending
  183. November home builder sentiment at record low
  184. Xerox resumes dividend, sees profit growth
  185. Volkswagen eyes U.S. plant decision in '08
  186. GM shares fall after offering year-end "Red Tag" sale
  187. Campbell posts lower profit and stands by forecast
  188. Manhattan tops salaries at $2,821 per week
  189. Pinkslips prompt WGA, AMPTP talks
  190. Broadway strike talks break down
  191. Ports
  192. Ctw
  193. FedEx Organized
  194. Teamsters Local 961 Organizing Flight Attendents
  195. Local 961 Organizing Flight Attendents at Frontier
  196. Local 104
  197. Local 2004
  198. Court gives Musharraf rulings he needs
  199. Cambodia police arrest Khmer Rouge president
  200. Rescue teams battle Ukraine mine fire, 70 dead
  201. Prison system a costly and harmful failure: report
  202. Bangladesh storm toll nears 3,000
  203. "Idol" worship at American Music Awards
  204. Putin seeks to map Russia's future with election
  205. Australia's Rudd will sign Kyoto pact if wins vote
  206. Northern Rock says offers are below Friday's close
  207. AT&T may bid for EchoStar by year's end: report
  208. Xerox to declare first dividend since 2001: report
  209. SABMiller to buy Grolsch for $1.2 bln
  210. Anheuser-Busch to increase TV marketing for core brands: report
  211. Swiss Re hit by $1 bln credit market insurance loss
  212. Oil climbs towards $95 on dollar concerns
  213. Fed's Stern: Foreclosures in housing to rise
  214. China tells banks to curb lending: sources
  215. Auto sales could hit 15-year low
  216. Olmert to meet Abbas, seek prisoner release
  217. OPEC summit ends in division over weak dollar
  218. NBC cuts 'SNL' staff due to strike
  219. Broadway rivals talk turkey
  220. 'Pinkville' on hold due to strike
  221. Writers, studios agree to talk
  222. French strikes hit entertainment biz
  223. Italian writers threaten to strike
  224. OPEC summit ends in division over weak dollar
  225. Noah's Ark flood spurred European farming
  226. Iraq violence flares with Baghdad bombs
  227. U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq suicide attack
  228. Paulson sees volatile markets, healthy economy
  229. UAE says Rio Tinto in $5 bln aluminum smelter talks
  230. AT&T may bid for EchoStar by year's end: Barron's
  231. RBS CEO informally approached for Citigroup: paper
  232. TomTom launches $4.2 bln bid for Tele Atlas
  233. No concern yet for global recession: Japan's Fukuda
  234. G20 renews FX mantra, China says yuan band move possible
  235. OPEC agrees dollar talks after forex basket proposal
  236. Northern Rock to have government loan extended: report
  237. Daily Mail to name Martin Morgan as new CEO: report
  238. U.S. troops accused of wounding six in Iraq shooting
  239. Iranian weapons still a problem in Iraq: U.S. military
  240. Iran won't use oil as weapon if attacked: Ahmadinejad
  241. White House hopefuls get creative in donation pitches
  242. Lebanon rivals in talks on president as clock ticks
  243. Israel pressed to make bolder moves before meeting
  244. Stronger Iraqi government behind drop in violence: Iran
  245. Kosovo heading for grand coalition after election
  246. At least 17 dead and 80 missing in Ukraine mine blast
  247. Bangladesh cyclone toll nears 1,900
  248. Afghan and NATO troops kill at least 12 Taliban
  249. Striking Broadway stagehands to meet producers Sunday
  250. G20 countries wrap up talks on forex and stability