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Cuba Still a Long Way From Open for U.S. Investment

by Trevor Williams | December 19, 2014 President Barack Obama’s surprise move to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba has spurred hopes of a new era of engagement between the long-estranged neighbors, but companies won’t go immediately pouring into an economy battered by 50 years of isolation, experts said.  More
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In Rome, Mayor Reed Accepts Baton for Next Year's Nobel Summit

by Trevor Williams | December 15, 2014 Atlanta has officially taken up the baton for next year’s conference bringing together Nobel Peace Prize laureates from around the world.  More
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Role of AGCO's Sr. VP for North America to Include South America

by Phil Bolton | December 15, 2014 Robert Crain, currently senior vice president and general manager, North America, for Duluth-based AGCO, is also to take over responsibility for the company's South American operations on Jan. 1. More
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Coke Elects Two New Directors

International retailer Marks & Spencer Group PLC’s CEO, Marc Bolland, and the private, investment-management office Judd Enterprises Inc.'s chairman and CEO, David B Weinberg, have been elected directors of the Coca-Cola Co. More
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A Century After the 'Christmas Truce,' Soccer Brings Brits, Germans Together Again

by Mary Welch During Christmas week of 1914, it really was all quiet on the Western Front. About 100,000 British and German soldiers were in trenches near Flanders in Belgium, so close they could hear each other singing Christmas songs. Soon, the soldiers were yelling across the field exchanging gossip and joining in the singing. Eventually, they met in the middle, exchanged gifts and food and buried their dead. More