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Sustainability, sourcing top restaurant trends

Sustainability, sourcing top restaurant trends

Local sourcing of meat and seafood tops the list of predicted trends for 2014, according to U.S. chefs.
MICHELLE GROENKE, United Press International
Automakers, feds tackle drunken driving, Tesla rebounds

Automakers, feds tackle drunken driving, Tesla rebounds

Drunken driving and the holidays, unfortunately, go together like fruit and nuts. The holiday period can be a dangerous time to get around.
AL SWANSON, UPI Auto Writer

Dominick's worker suspended before layoff for YouTube parody

A Dominick's worker in Illinois says he was suspended just before being laid off by the grocery store chain's parent firm for posting a satiric YouTube video.

Hasbro admits some reports of battery problems with Big Hugs Elmo

Hasbro Inc., maker of Big Hugs Elmo, acknowledged Saturday that a Canadian man is not the only person having trouble with overheating batteries.

Southern Italy lost 600,000 jobs since start of recession

Italy's economic crisis has caused the country's southern region to lose about 600,000 jobs and $60 billion from its gross domestic product, officials say.

Tribune Co. completes deal to acquire Local TV

Tribune Co., owner of the Chicago Tribune and the Los Angeles Times, announced it has closed a deal that increases its TV holdings to 50 stations.

Sales exec promoted to head of Hyundai's U.S. operations

David Zuchowski will be promoted to president and chief executive officers of Hyundai Motor America, the Korean automaker said.

Uzbekistan signs key CIS free-trade protocol

Uzbekistan's president signed off on a protocol for a free-trade agreement with Russia and other Commonwealth of Independent States members, his office said.
Crude oil overtakes $100 per barrel

Crude oil overtakes $100 per barrel

Crude oil prices moved slightly higher on the New York Mercantile Exchange Friday, inching past $100 per barrel.
Markets flat Friday

Markets flat Friday

U.S. markets slipped slightly Friday after six consecutive gains on a day with no economic reports to influence investors.

Target says PINs stolen in huge hack were encrypted

U.S. retail giant Target said Friday personal identification numbers were stolen during the data hack in late November and early December.
Countrywide to cost BofA 30 times its purchase price

Countrywide to cost BofA 30 times its purchase price

Bank of America could pay 30 times what it paid for Countrywide Financial Corp. in fines and fees connected to the deal, the U.S. bank's figures show.
Audi plans $30 billion in investments

Audi plans $30 billion in investments

Automaker Audi said it plans to invest $30 billion through 2018, the bulk of which will go to its development facilities in two towns in Germany.

Rhode Island, Nevada post highest unemployment rates

Rhode Island and Nevada posted the highest unemployment rates in November at 9 percent, and North Dakota had the lowest, 2.6 percent, the Labor Department said.

Small investors make a modest come-back

Money flowed modestly into U.S. stock funds in 2013, but some analysts question why small investors have not raced in to take advantage of the year's rally.
Borrower claims Countrywide voided mortgage payments

Borrower claims Countrywide voided mortgage payments

A homeowner in North Carolina says he is entitled to live in his house for free based on a verbal agreement with Countrywide Financial made in 2008.

GM and partner recall 1.5 million vehicles in China

Chinese authorities said Friday General Motors and its partner SAIC would recall 1.46 million vehicles with faulty fuel pump brackets.

Poll: Majority of Americans say economy is in bad shape, won't improve

Nearly 70 percent of a poll's respondents said the economy is in poor shape, a CNN/ORC poll released Friday indicates.

Japan core inflation up 1.2 percent in November

Japan Friday crossed another hurdle in the fight against deflation with data showing core consumer prices rose 1.2 percent year-on-year in November.

Holiday sales up 2.3 percent, online Christmas spending soars

U.S. sales of apparel, electronics and jewelry rose 2.3 percent during the holidays, with overall sales up 3.5 percent, MasterCard SpendingPulse said.

Crude oil held steady near $99

Crude oil prices held steady at more than $99 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange Thursday.
Santa Claus rally sends markets to record highs

Santa Claus rally sends markets to record highs

Stocks advanced for the sixth straight session Thursday on an upbeat report of a decline in the number of people filing for unemployment benefits.

Survey: Most young adults worldwide don't have a bank account

Data collected for the World Bank found only 40 percent of younger adults worldwide have a bank account regardless of income or education.
Investors sue claiming $400 million Empire State Building loss

Investors sue claiming $400 million Empire State Building loss

Investors claim they lost more than $400 million when the Malkin family's Empire State Realty Trust ignored private offers before an initial public offering.
FreddieMac: Year-end mortgage rates show little change

FreddieMac: Year-end mortgage rates show little change

Interest rates on long-term, fixed-rate mortgages were slightly higher in the week ending Thursday, the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. said.
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