2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

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  • Final Glance: Railroad companies

    Shares of some top railroad companies were mixed at the close of trading: CSX fell $.35 or 1.0 percent, to $33.51. Canadian National Railway Co. rose $.27 or .4 percent, to $65.57. Canadian Pacific Railway ...

  • Business Highlights

    ___ Not so fast cordcutters_cable's not going anywhere Cord cutters rejoiced last week after HBO and CBS announced plans to sell stand-alone streaming services, a move that cable and satellite television ...

  • Islamic State oil output was $2 million/day before air strikes: IHS

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Islamic State militants were producing about $2 million worth of crude oil per day in Iraq and Syria before recent U.S.-led air strikes, possibly more than double the amount heard in U.S. congressional testimony last month, the research firm IHS said on Monday. The group of Sunni extremists controlled as much as 350,000 barrels per day of crude oil, but was able to produce only about 50,000 bpd to 60,000 bpd, said IHS, a provider of global market and economic information. ...

  • Hong Kong's Leader Laments How Democracy Would Help the Poor
    Hong Kong's Leader Laments How Democracy Would Help the Poor

    Since pro-democracy protests erupted in the territory in late September, Hong Kong chief executive CY Leung has maintained that universal suffrage, a core demand of the protesters, would not be granted. On Monday, however, Leung offered a startling justification for his intransigence: Democratic reforms would disproportionately benefit the poor.

  • Turkey shifts strategy to help Iraqi Kurdish fighters into Kobane
    Turkey shifts strategy to help Iraqi Kurdish fighters into Kobane

    Istanbul (AFP) - Turkey on Monday dropped its refusal to allow Kurdish fighters over the border to defend the besieged Syrian town of Kobane, saying it was now helping Iraqi peshmerga to cross the frontier in a major policy shift.

  • Serena Williams hits back at Russian official
    Serena Williams hits back at Russian official

    SINGAPORE (AP) — Serena Williams says comments by the head of the Russian Tennis Federation referring to her and older sister Venus as "brothers" were bullying, sexist and racist, and that she supported the one-year suspension imposed by the WTA against the official.

  • Weather Forecaster Struggles to Contain Playful Pup Who Steals the Show
    Weather Forecaster Struggles to Contain Playful Pup Who Steals the Show

    Weather reporters don't always have it easy, from getting blown around while broadcasting a story on blizzard conditions to surviving a scary, gigantic spider on a camera lens. But today's story goes to the dogs.

  • Michelle Knight says she now forgives kidnapper
    Michelle Knight says she now forgives kidnapper

    CHARDON, Ohio (AP) — One of the three women held captive in a Cleveland home for about a decade told a crowd she has been able to forgive her kidnapper and find peace in her life.

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