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Japan export growth accelerates, underscores steady economic recovery
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's export growth accelerated in November to mark a full year of annual gains, underscoring the strength of external demand that has led the economy to its second-longest run of postwar growth.
Japan's Export Recovery Stretches to 12th Month in November  Bloomberg
Exports to Asia help Japan mark trade surplus for 6th month in row  Nikkei Asian Review
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Power outage strands thousands at Atlanta airport
A major power outage halted air traffic Sunday at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, grounding all of the hub's outgoing flights and halting incoming traffic for tens of thousands of travelers hoping to land at the world's busiest ...
JUST IN: Delta cancels 300 flights Monday after Atlanta airport power outage  Atlanta Journal Constitution
Power Failure at Atlanta Airport Snarls Air Traffic Nationwide  New York Times
Bitcoin Is Now Trading on the World's Largest Futures Exchange
CME Group (cme, +0.38%), the world's largest derivatives exchange operator, began trading bitcoin futures Sunday, with the contract opening at what is currently its session high and dropping over 6% within the first half hour.
Bitcoin Futures Begin Trading on CME, Price Declines  U.S. News & World Report
Bitcoin trading starts on the huge CME exchange  BBC News
'A Jedi You Are NOT': Mark Hamill slams light saber-wielding FCC chairman over ...
Among the many potential consequences of the Federal Communications Commission's repeal of net neutrality, perhaps none was as unpredictable as a “Star Wars” marquee actor questioning the Jedi worthiness of the commission's chairman.
Cruz hits back at Mark Hamill over net neutrality: 'Fear leads to anger ...  The Hill (blog)
Mark Hamill Destroys Ted Cruz Over Net Neutrality: 'Maybe You're ...  Daily Beast
Death of CSX CEO Harrison Renews Debate on Health Disclosures
The death of CSX Corp. Chief Executive Officer E. Hunter Harrison just two days after the railroad announced his medical leave resurrects questions about just how much companies should disclose about the health of their leaders.
CSX Chief's Death Prompts Tough Questions About Move to Hire Him  Wall Street Journal
Hunter Harrison, CEO of railroad company CSX, dead at 73  USA TODAY
Hundreds get sick on Royal Caribbean cruise — again
More than 300 passengers became ill on a Royal Caribbean cruise out of Florida last week, the second time in less than a month that sickness swept through passengers and crew on one of the cruise line's ships.
Hundreds come down with stomach illness during Royal Caribbean cruise  CNN
Pittsburgh-area passengers among hundreds sickened on Caribbean cruise  WPXI Pittsburgh
Staffing issue: Delta's last Boeing 747 round-trip pushed back
ROMULUS, Mich. -- The Queen of the Skies isn't quite ready to relinquish her throne at Delta Air Lines. The carrier's last regularly scheduled U.S.
Delta's last scheduled Boeing 747 flight canceled  The Detroit News
The Boeing 747 'Jumbo Jet' Takes Its Final US Commercial Flight This ...  Jalopnik
Oracle acquiring Australian cloud company Aconex for AU$1.6b
Enterprise technology giant Oracle has announced entering a binding scheme of implementation deed to acquire Australian cloud services provider Aconex for AU$1.6 billion.
Oracle Corp to buy Australia's Aconex for $1.19 billion  Reuters
Oracle Agrees to Buy Australia's Aconex for A$1.56 Billion  Bloomberg
End of an era: M&T's Robert Wilmers, force in community, dies at 83
Robert G. Wilmers, the longtime chairman and chief executive officer who drove M&T Bank Corp.'s growth from a small local bank into one of the nation's biggest financial institutions, died unexpectedly late Saturday night.
M&T Bank's CEO Robert Wilmers dies  CNBC
Robert Wilmers, longtime M&T chairman and CEO, dies at 83  American Banker
The Fast and the Financed: China's Well-Funded Auto Startups Race to Overtake ...
Backed by billions from influential investors and armed with global talent, over a dozen Chinese startups want to make dinosaurs of incumbent auto makers.
This is China's answer to the Tesla Model X – at about half the price  South China Morning Post
Chinese Electric-Car Startup NIO Prices Debut Model at $67783  Bloomberg