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More well-known U.S. retailers are victims of cyber attacks

BOSTON/WASHINGTON - Target Corp TGT.N and Neiman Marcus are not the only U.S. retailers whose networks were breached over the holiday shopping season last year, according to sources familiar with attacks on other merchants that have yet to be publicly disclosed.(TARGET-DATABREACH/RETAILERS (UPDATE 1, EXCLUSIVE), moved, by Jim Finkle and Mark Hosenball, 1100 words)

See also:

-CONSUMERS/DATAPROTECTION, expect by 2100 GMT, by Richard Leong, 650 words

Detroit automakers face test of leadership in 2014

DETROIT - The year shapes up as a test of leadership at GM, Ford and Chrysler, five years after the U.S. auto industry's searing restructuring. While the risks ahead are no longer life-threatening, how companies respond sets their direction for years to come and signals whether the lessons of the financial crisis were embedded deeply enough. (AUTOSHOW-OUTLOOK/(ANALYSIS), moved, by Deepa Seetharaman, 950 words)

+ See also:

- AUTOSHOW DETROIT/(PREVIEW), moved, by Paul Lienert, 820 words

'Lone Survivor' outmuscles 'Hercules' to win U.S. box office

LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK - Lone Survivor," the true story of a failed U.S. Navy SEALS mission to capture or kill a Taliban leader in Afghanistan, collects $38.5 million in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales, topping movie "Frozen" to win the weekend box office race. (BOXOFFICE/(UPDATE 1), moved, by Ronald Grover and Chris Michaud, 500 words)

Accenture named lead contractor for Obamacare website

WASHINGTON - Accenture ACN.N has been chosen to replace CGI Federal as the lead contractor for the Obamacare enrollment website, which failed to work when it launched in October for millions of Americans shopping for health insurance.(USA-HEALTHCARE/ACCENTURE (UPDATE 2), moved, by Roberta Rampton, 400 words)


Iran nuclear deal takes effect on Jan. 20

ANKARA/BRUSSELS - An interim deal between Iran and six major powers paving the way to solve a decade-long dispute over Tehran's nuclear ambitions comes into force on Jan. 20, Iranian Foreign Ministry and European Union say. (IRAN-NUCLEAR (UPDATE 2, moved, by Parisa Hafezi and Justyna Pawlak, 700 words)

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+ IRAN NUCLEAR/OBAMA (UPDATE 1), moved, by Roberta Rampton 300 words

Regulators ease new bank leverage rule to aid economy

LONDON - Global banking regulators agreed on Sunday to ease how a new rule from 2018 to rein in risky balance sheets is compiled and help avoid crimping financing for the world's economy.

(BASEL-BANKS/, moved, by Huw Jones, 750 words)


Li Ka-shing's utility cuts trust IPO to $3.6 bln on valuation

HONG KONG - Li Ka-shing's Power Assets Holdings Ltd slashes the size of a Hong Kong initial public offering of its electricity business by nearly one-third to $3.6 billion because of a lower expected valuation and its decision to keep a large stake in the business. (HKELECTRIC-IPO/(UPDATE 1), moved, by Elzio Barreto, 400 words)