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Morning six-pack: What we're reading Monday

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Happy Monday. Congratulations for surviving Black Friday, a dark day indeed for humanity.

The Pac-Man is back and he's getting awfully hungry. How Men's Wearhouse has revitalized a long-forgotten corporate strategy. (Financial Times)

In case you haven't heard, the first-year of Obama Part II hasn't exactly gone as planned. Democrats think the reboot needs a reboot. (The Hill)

Healthcare.gov also hasn't gone as planned, despite the predictably glowing reviews from the White House. (Washington Times)

Wall Street banks dodge yet another bullet, this time in credit-default swaps. (Wall Street Journal)

What the market for lords-a-leaping is anybody's guess, but the surging cost has pushed the "12 Days of Christmas" price level into scary territory. (Associated Press)

And, finally ... the big Jeff Bezos surprise Sunday is officially news now that "AmazonDrone" has its own fake Twitter account, explained in a post from CNBCWorld.

—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.

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