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Black Friday Shopping Shifts Online as Stores See Less Foot Traffic
In shops across the country, including the empty malls of Georgia and the “not too crazy” crowds at struggling J. Crew, the relative calm that accompanied Black Friday shopping this year belied a frenzy for deals - many of them on the web.
Walmart Black Friday 2015 sale update: New items now live with Cyber Monday ...
Recreation plan for on-line purchasing for Black Friday, Cyber Monday  The Times (subscription)
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Wall St ends flat; Disney, retailers dip on sales worries
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 14.9 points, or 0.08 percent, to 17,798.49, the S&P 500 gained 1.24 points, or 0.06 percent, to 2,090.11 and the Nasdaq Composite added 11.38 points, or 0.22 percent, to 5,127.53.
Wall St. Ends Mostly Higher, but Energy Shares Fall  New York Times
Dow Ends Slightly Lower in Shortened Session  Wall Street Journal
Rupert Murdoch: Tribune selling newspaper group
LOS ANGELES -- Rupert Murdoch, not often an outsider when it comes to knowledge of media deals, told the world Friday that he has "strong word" that Tribune Publishing's newspaper group is going to be acquired and that it will split off the Los Angeles ...
Murdoch: Tribune papers likely to be sold, LA Times split off  Reuters
Rupert Murdoch Says Tribune Publishing, LA Times About to be Sold  Fortune
Black Friday Bargains Prompt Locals To Flock To Malls
SUNRISE (CBSMiami) - It was a sea of shopping bags at Sawgrass Mills Mall as shoppers put the finishing touches on Black Friday. Thousands were lured by the promises of bargains and deals.
Photo gallery: South Florida Black Friday shoppers | Fri., Nov. 27, 2015  Miami Herald
Your Black Friday mall brawl highlights  CNET
Locally-owned Anchorage stores brace for 'Small Business Saturday'
Although Black Friday had a low turnout in Anchorage this year, many local businesses say they're banking on Saturday sales. “'Small Business Saturday' is always the big push, people come out in full force which is awesome, we appreciate that ...
Shoppers are reminded to support locally owned businesses  Brownsville Herald
Local stores gear up for Small Business Saturday  KMTR NewsSource 16
The challenge of picking the right Christmas tree for your home
Kya deLongchamps lifts the lid on the people behind that simple stalwart of our winter feast, those who grown the crop that becomes the focal point of festivities.
Fire that Killed 7 Reminder of Live Christmas Tree Hazard
Video: California drought making difference in Christmas trees
Cards Against Humanity Has Made Over $54K Selling Nothing On Black Friday
While chain stores everywhere are trying to get you to buy things in their physical and online marketplaces, one brand decided to sell absolutely nothing.
Cards Against Humanity Fans Buy $50K+ of 'Nothing'  PC Magazine
Cards Against Humanity's Black Friday Deal Is Literally Nothing  TIME
Black Friday shoppers 'bear' with crowds; Target has a surprise hit
Indeed, the traditional king of the shopping hill flexed its retail muscle on the day after Thanksgiving. And a cuddly brown animal from Minneapolis-based Target became the poster child of Black Friday 2015.
Apple is a hot product for holiday shoppers  USA TODAY
Target shares up on Black Friday  Current Star
$160B deal may bring disruption
The marriage of two of the biggest U.S. drugmakers is not without consequences for the rest of the health care supply chain, particularly for the firms that handle their outsourced research and development work.
Tax avoidance is the corporate American way. So spare us the Pfizer hypocrisy  The Independent
Ag Briefs  Santa Rosa Press Democrat
British GDP growth up 0.5 percent in Q3
British gross domestic product increased by 0.5 percent in the third quarter of 2015, unrevised from the preliminary estimate of GDP published a month ago, according to the second estimate data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS ...
Third quarter GDP growth held back by record drag from trade  The Independent
Overseas trade biggest drag on UK economy since records began  Herald Scotland