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Morning six-pack: What we're reading Monday

Happy Monday and welcome back to winter.

And welcome back to the Industrial Revolution, which has been given new life thanks to a resurgence in energy development. (Quartz)

The deaths of two bankers in London has aroused the suspicions of investigators. (New York Post)

Who doesn't love Google? Nobody, it seems, as analysts continue to gush over the darling of Silicon Valley. (The Street)

As long as Carl Icahn loves Herbalife, it doesn't seem to matter what anyone else thinks. Shares are surging on news that he has three representatives on the company's board. (Reuters)

It's hard to tell which is weirder: Turkey's Twitter ban or the amount of global attention it seems to be garnering. (Washington Post)

And finally ... the life of an American farmer just ain't what it used to be, and many of those at the center of this backbone industry are not happy about it. CNBC.com's Mark Koba tells their story.

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

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