Outlook for healthcare IPOs improving

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Healthcare companies are lining up to go public, and they could get a warmer reception in 2010 as investors’ risk appetite increases, and new legislation potentially leads to more profit for the sector.

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Russia fears gas problems with Ukraine, stops oil

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Russia has scrapped January oil exports via Ukrainian ports and also said it fears Ukraine will have problems paying for its gas, a sign of a possible repeat of New Year gas rows which have led to supply cuts in Europe.

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Koss fires exec after alleged $20 mln embezzlement

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Koss Corp (KOSS.O) fired its vice president of finance after she allegedly embezzled more than $20 million from the headphones maker for a multi-year shopping spree of expensive clothes, jewelry and other personal items.

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Sberbank wants GM to compensate for Opel -report

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Russian state-controlled Sberbank (SBER03.MM) has said General Motors [GM.UL] should compensate it for an aborted attempt to sell a stake in Opel or it will sue, the Associated Press reported on Friday.

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The last word in astrology: 12/26/09

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CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Chris Daughtry, 30; Jared Leto, 38; Ozzie Smith, 55; John Walsh, 64

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Oakdale Baptist to break ground for new Sanctuary

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Oakdale Baptist Church of Townville, S.C. is excited to announce a ground breaking ceremony at 11 a.m. on January 17, 2010 for their new 15,000 square-foot Sanctuary.

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Church events, 12-26

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A living nativity scene will be presented by Mount Tabor Baptist Church of Westminster at Expressions Unlimited, 212 Retreat St., Westminster, from 6-8 p.m. Call (864) 647-9218 or visit mymttabor.org.

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OCPL selected for Smithsonian Exhibit

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Christmas came early to the Oconee County Public Library on Friday as staff accepted congratulations from The Humanities Council of South Carolina.

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Bringing smiles to children’s faces

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The Salem Lions club poses with their collection of toys to be delivered to Sandra Pruitt, director of Family Friends of Oconee County Department of Social Services, who will see they bring smiles and joy to many area children on Christmas morn.

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Gourds: not just a fall thing anymore

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For Alan Boggs, a gourd means far more than an autumn decoration or table centerpiece.

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