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  • TOKYO, Nov 23- Japan Airlines said on Saturday it will pull Boeing 787 Dreamliners from two international routes after the U.S. aircraft maker notified it of icing problems in engines produced by General Electric.

  • *France's Fabius says in Geneva to reach "solid deal". Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Geneva on Saturday to join talks on Iran's contested nuclear programme, as Tehran and six world powers appeared to be on the verge of a breakthrough in the decade-old dispute.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 23- Frosted fairies swoop between snow-covered trees as they guide a young boy from his bed to a whimsical forest with reindeer, angels and holiday magic. It's the Macy's flagship store in New York City, where six display windows have been transformed into an animated story.

  • Nov 22- Tobias Meyer, Sotheby's chief auctioneer, is leaving the auction house, the company said on Friday, just a week after Sotheby's recorded the highest sale in its history. "Tobias Meyer is a respected figure and has been at the center of signature moments in Sotheby's history for more than 20 years and we are grateful for all of his contributions," Ruprecht said.

  • TOKYO, Nov 23- The operator of Japan's wrecked nuclear plant and three Mitsubishi group firms plan to build a new type of energy-efficient coal-fired power plants in Fukushima, a source said on Saturday.

  • FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler triggered a storm of criticism on Thursday when he said the agency was considering letting airplane passengers use cellphones for calls and text messaging during flights.

  • NEW YORK/ BUENOS AIRES, Nov 22- Apache Corp is in talks with Argentina's state-controlled energy company YPF about a possible sale of its assets in the South American country, sources told Reuters on Friday. U.S.-based oil and gas Apache has stakes in about 25 fields in Argentina.

  • NEW YORK/ BUENOS AIRES, Nov 22- Apache Corp is in talks with Argentina's state-controlled energy company YPF about a possible sale of its assets in the South American country, sources told Reuters on Friday. U.S.-based oil and gas Apache has stakes in about 25 fields in Argentina.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 22- Microsoft Corp sold over 1 million of its new Xbox One game consoles within 24 hours of their hitting store shelves on Friday, on par with Sony Corp's PlayStation 4 despite launching in far more countries. Sony said it sold 1 million PS4 units in 24 hours after launching last Friday in just the United States and Canada.

  • CHICAGO, Nov 22- The Maschhoffs, LLC, the country's largest family-owned pork producer, agreed to buy U.S. chicken company GNP Company for an undisclosed amount, the two companies announced on Friday.

  • DETROIT, Nov 22- Fisker Automotive, the moribund maker of the Karma plug-in hybrid sports cars that was backed with a loan by the U.S. government, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Friday after lengthy efforts by investors to salvage the company.

  • Nov 22- Twitter Inc said it has implemented a security technology that makes it harder to spy on its users and called on other Internet firms to do the same, as Web providers look to thwart spying by government intelligence agencies.

  • Time Warner's magazine unit files for spin-off Friday, 22 Nov 2013 | 6:29 PM ET

    Nov 22- Time Warner Inc moved another step closer to spinning off its magazine assets as Time Inc, the publisher of People, Fortune and the eponymous newsweekly Time, filed with regulators on Friday to list itself as a standalone company. Following the spin off, Time Warner will own no equity interest in Time Inc..

  • TGI Fridays parent weighs sale of restaurant chain Friday, 22 Nov 2013 | 6:29 PM ET

    Nov 22- The parent company of TGI Fridays Restaurants said on Friday it is considering a potential sale of the casual bar-dining chain as part of a review of strategic alternatives. The board of Carlson, a privately held U.S.-based hospitality and travel company, selected Piper Jaffray to serve as its financial adviser, the company said in a statement.

  • Nov 22- The Obama administration announced a flurry of fixes to its troubled HealthCare.gov website on Friday that officials said would soon double its current capacity, a crucial step toward getting the system working by a Nov. 30 deadline.

  • *Possible compromise on Iran's claimed "right to enrich" uranium. Secretary of State John Kerry will join talks on Iran's nuclear programme in Geneva on Saturday, as Tehran and six world powers appeared to be on the verge of an elusive breakthrough in the decade-old dispute.

  • Nov 22- Medicare, the U.S. government healthcare program for elderly and disabled people, will leave its overall reimbursement rates for kidney dialysis treatment unchanged for next year, and said it will take three to four years to implement a mandated adjustment to its base rates.

  • Nov 22- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Friday it has approved a vaccine made by GlaxoSmithKline Plc for use in the event of an H5N1 bird flu epidemic. The vaccine, Pandemrix, will be added to the national stockpile and will not be available for commercial use, the FDA said.

  • DETROIT, Nov 22- Fisker Automotive, the moribund maker of the Karma plug-in hybrid sports cars, agreed to sell itself to an investor group on Friday and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 22- Sikorsky Aircraft Co, a unit of United Technologies Corp, will be awarded a contract to supply the U.S. Air Force's combat rescue helicopter program, but only if funding survives the military budget axe.

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