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  • Starbucks loses ‘Charbucks’ appeal Read  

    NEW YORK (Reuters) – Starbucks Corp has failed to persuade a federal appeals court to stop a small, family-owned New Hampshire roaster from selling coffee known as “Charbucks.”     

  • EnQuest plans to invest £4 billion in North Sea Kraken field – report Read  

    (Reuters) – British independent oil producer EnQuest Plc is expected to announce on Friday it will invest 4 billion pounds ($6.4 billion) to extend development of the Kraken field in the North Sea, the Daily Telegraph reported.     

  • PS4 and Xbox One ready for battle Read  

    Sony’s PlayStation 4 goes on sale at a crucial time for the struggling electronics giant.

  • U.S. justices say inmate can keep beard while contesting policy Read  

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday said an Arkansas prison inmate should be allowed to maintain a beard while he contests the prison’s grooming policy.     

  • Carney says wages unlikely to rise in real terms until mid-2014 Read  

    LONDON (Reuters) – Britons should not expect their wages to rise in real terms until the middle of next year despite a strengthening economy, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Wednesday.     

  • Typhoon to cut Philippines growth Read  

    Philippine Finance Minister Cesar Purisma tells the BBC that Typhoon Haiyan could cut economic growth by one percentage point next year.

  • Toronto City Council asks Mayor Rob Ford to go away Read  

    TORONTO (Reuters) – Toronto City Council asked embattled Mayor Rob Ford on Wednesday to take a break from his job to deal with “personal issues”, which he admits include both buying illegal drugs and smoking crack cocaine.     

  • Man surfaces at San Diego church 34 years after abduction to Mexico Read  

    SAN DIEGO (Reuters) – A U.S.-born man who was abducted as a child, taken to Mexico and robbed of all his money in a harrowing trek back to the United States more than three decades later has found refuge at …

  • BoE to stick with rate pledge despite more upbeat forecasts Read  

    LONDON (Reuters) – Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is likely to stress on Wednesday that he is in no rush to raise interest rates despite a marked brightening in Britain’s economic outlook over the past three months.     

  • Starbucks to pay $3bn over Kraft row Read  

    Starbucks has been ordered to pay almost $3bn in damages and other costs in a dispute with Kraft Foods over packaged coffee.

   
 

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