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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.
S&P 500 little changed  The Boston Globe
Strong online sales expected to take big bite out of Cyber Monday
Strong online sales on Thanksgiving and Black Friday were expected to take the wind out of Cyber Monday, just as pre-Turkey Day promos sapped Black Friday excitement.
Black Friday Weekend: 136 Million Expected to Flock to US Sales  NDTV
Black Friday deals a mixed bag for Bay Area shoppers  San Jose Mercury News
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 ...
Rupert Murdoch says LA Times about to be sold  The Australian
Rupert Murdoch: "Strong Word" That L.A. Times, Tribune Publishing ...  Hollywood Reporter
Dollar Rides High Into Month-End
The US dollar is firm against the major currencies and nearly all the emerging market currencies as well to close out the week (and month).
China stocks hit hard, rest of world shrugs  Reuters
China rides to the markets' rescue  New Zealand Herald
Local retailers offer giveaways, deals on Small Business Saturday
Small Business Saturday is celebrating its sixth year nationwide, with record numbers expected to head out and support their favorite locally owned retailers during the first major weekend of the holiday shopping season.
SBA, Sioux Falls leaders promote Small Business Saturday  Washington Times
AmEx drops Small Business Saturday perk  Boston Herald
Stores see less foot traffic as Black Friday shopping moves online
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.
Black Friday chaos dwindles thanks to earlier deals, online sales  Tribune-Review
Mobile sales spike on robust Black Friday  Financial Times
Peter McKay: My war on Christmas (decorations)
More than 30 years ago, when we were first married, my wife and I spent the holidays with my parents, who had moved to Florida. A couple of days before Christmas, my mother announced that there would be no tree that year.
GROWING TOGETHER: Let the 'fir' fly in battle between real and ...  Duluth News Tribune
Christmas tree lights up the night  The Columbian
Cards Against Humanity Makes $71000 on Black Friday by Selling Absolutely Nothing
Cards Against Humanity, the popular and politically incorrect party game, offered a Black Friday deal like no other this year: you shell out $5 and get absolutely nothing in return.
Cards Against Humanity Has Made Over $54K Selling Nothing On Black Friday  TechCrunch
The Top 3 Items Sold On Black Friday
Hundreds of shoppers lined up at Target in Great Falls early Thursday morning looking to get their hands on some door busters. “Overall, the response from our guests has been very positive, with some of the best days we've seen on Target.
Retailers open on Thanksgiving report strong sales (blog)
Target shares up on Black Friday (blog)
China stocks tank 5% on new probes
China's stocks tumbled the most since the depths of this year's rout as some of the largest brokerages disclosed regulatory probes, the nation's industrial profits fell and companies struggled to repay bonds.
China regulator targets illegal margin finance in wealth management products  Reuters
Brokerage probe sparks sell-off in China's stocks  The Star Online