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Fox Meteorologist Jessica Starr Dies at 35

Detroit’s Fox 2 news team announces that their colleague, who had been recovering from surgery, has taken her own life.

This Fire Log Smells Like Fried Chicken for the…

If a virtual yule log isn’t enough for Christmas, try getting a real yule log.

Cruise Business in Asia Is Booming, Says Genting…

Dec.13 -- Lim Kok Thay, chairman and chief executive officer at Genting, discusses his business in Hong Kong, passenger demand, where he's seeing growth opportunities, his lawsuit with Disney and Fox, his concerns over a slowdown in Macau, his business plans in Japan and his outlook for the cruise line. He speaks exclusively on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."


Cowboys can prove they are real by grabbing NFC…

If the Dallas Cowboys are for real, they will win their sixth straight game and clinch the NFC East at Indianapolis on Sunday

Japan Display Jumps on Possible Tie Up With…

Dec.13 -- Japan Display's stock has surged more than 30% today after saying it is in talks with Chinese companies about a possible tie up. Bloomberg's Pavel Alpeyev reports on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open."

Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger Make It…

Katherine's comment on Chris's birthday tribute to her really solidified it.

25 Fun Elf on the Shelf Ideas for Each Day…

No more 3 a.m. panics because you forgot to move him. Your kids love their Elf on the Shelf, and you love that they love him. They're basically a holiday staple for families during Christmas. But around mid-December, when you're running out of clever spots to place him every day, it's a bit harder to feel all that love. When you get stumped, give these creative ideas a try.

Jerry Seinfeld: Oscars will have a tough time replacing Kevin Hart

"Kevin is in a position because he's a brilliant comedian to kind of decide what he wants to do," Seinfeld said.

Current Level of GBP-USD Is Unsustainable, Says…

Dec.13 -- Cliff Tan, East Asian head of global markets research at MUFG Bank, discusses what investors should be bracing for when it comes to Brexit. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."


Today in History for December 14th

George Washington dies at age 67; Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen and his group reach South Pole; Leaders of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia sign an internationally-brokered peace treaty; Baseball's Roger Maris dies at age 51. (Dec. 14)

Rivers leads Chargers to last-second comeback win…

Philip Rivers led the Chargers to a pair of touchdowns in the final minutes, then hit Mike Williams for the go-ahead 2-point conversion with 4 seconds remaining to give Los Angeles a 29-28 victory over the Chiefs

China's Economy Is Facing Strong Headwinds, Says…

Dec.13 -- Independent Economist Andy Xie discusses China's November industrial output figures and what they mean for the economy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

30+ Funny Gifts That Will Get the Biggest Laughs

We're not joking! Sometimes you just have to go for the giggles. These picks (some of which are actually useful!) will have everyone in stitches at the White Elephant party. For more ideas, check out our favorite Secret Santa gifts.

7 Best Drugstore Bronzers That'll Make You Glow…

Small price, big bronzer payoff. I don't know about you, but mid-December is typically when I start digging through my makeup bin to bust out my bronzer-@ me if you feel me-especially since my summer glow has definitely diminished by then, leaving me longing for sun-kissed skin. Cue these seven drugstore gems that will impart the most perfect glow without making you look streaky or orange.

Gigi Hadid noticeably absent from Zayn Malik’s album party

Is there trouble in paradise?

New RBI Governor More Neutral to Dovish on Policy…

Dec.13 -- Sonal Varma, chief India economist at Nomura, discusses the changes at the top of the RBI, what it means for independence and her outlook for inflation. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."


Beijing Builds a Town to Woo Global Investors

Dec.13 -- 3 years ago, the Chinese government started building a Fund Town on a field about an hour's drive outside Beijing to lure firms wanting a slice of the nation's almost $2 billion private funds market. The market's decline has wiped out trillions of dollars since then. However, unperturbed, the district's management is busy mapping out the future as a global money management hub. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports.