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Black Friday: green for retailers
Retailers were swamped with Black Friday crowds after an unprecedented day of shopping on Thanksgiving. On what's traditionally been the biggest shopping day of the year, millions of consumers flocked to stores and retail websites.
Black Friday: Just another busy shopping day  CNNMoney
Black Friday shopping crowds thin after Thanksgiving rush  Reuters
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Black Friday protestors picket Walmart for higher wages, consistent work
Some Walmart shoppers looking for door-buster deals on Back Friday were met by protesters speaking out against the retailer's treatment of workers.
Thousands Gather To Protest Walmart's Low Wages  Gothamist
Walmart employees call for better pay in Black Friday protests  The Guardian
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How the Dow Jones industrial average fared Friday
A sharp drop in crude prices tugged down shares in oil and gas companies on Friday, leading the Standard & Poor's 500 index to a slight loss in a short trading session.
Wall Street closes early with stocks mixed...Thanksgiving sales may cut into ...  10TV
Wall Street Mostly Level, Dow Manages Record Close  KMBZ
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Inside OPEC room, Naimi declares price war on US shale oil
1 of 2. Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi talks to journalists before a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna November 27, 2014.
OPEC Refusal to Pressure Oil's Weakest From Iran to Shale  Businessweek
Crude plunges 10%, dragging down energy shares  USA TODAY
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New federal standard aimed at reducing smog causes concern among industries ...
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The Obama administration took steps this week to cut levels of smog-forming pollution linked to asthma and other respiratory problems, but meeting the stricter emissions limits is expected to cost industries billions of dollars.
Smog rules cause concern for Southwest industries  MiamiHerald.com
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Protesters shut down trains in Bay Area over Ferguson decision
Partial service to San Francisco was restored after authorities arrested protesters angry over the Ferguson, Mo., grand jury decisions who forced the closure of a Bay Area Rapid Transit station in West Oakland, triggering delays across the region's busy rail ...
Trains running after protest at West Oakland BART, station closed  SFGate
Protesters close West Oakland BART station: Social media reaction  San Jose Mercury News
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Billionaire Richard Kinder Weathers Oil Market Plunge With Mega Deal
Few have invested more in rise of shale oil and gas drilling in North America than billionaire Richard Kinder of pipeline giant Kinder Morgan KMI -2.29%.
Some of the best of Wall Street: Kinder Morgan Inc (NYSE:KMI), TASER ...  Markets Emerging
Kinder Morgan, Inc. (NYSE:KMI) Completed Its Purchase Of The Outstanding ...  eMarketsDaily
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How to Get the Best Price on a Christmas Tree
Thanksgiving is over and Christmas decorations are already hanging. It's time to get that tree! Christmas tree prices vary depending on size, species, where you buy it and when you buy it, Rick Dungey of the National Christmas Tree Association told ABC ...
Christmas tree higher price fills local pockets  KOIN.com
Christmas tradition starts for many  WMTV
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Best Buy's website goes down on Black Friday
Best Buy's website suffered a prolonged outage on Black Friday, as a concentrated spike in mobile traffic led the electronics retailer to it shut down temporarily.
Best Buy website back up after outage  KJCT8.com
Best Buy's website suffers Black Friday outage  CNBC
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India Drops 80:20 Gold Import Restrictions
(Kitco News) - In a surprise move, the Indian government has removed restrictions on gold imports and although generally positive for the gold market, it won't significantly change the overall bearish tone, according to some analysts.
Reserve Bank scraps 80:20 norm for gold imports  Business Standard
India eases gold import rules in surprise move  CNBC
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