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Shoppers mark Small Business Saturday
CHICAGO - It's Small Business Saturday, a day when shoppers are encouraged to support mom-and-pop shops. American Express has been credited with coming up with the concept after seeing small businesses suffer, because they couldn't keep up with ...
Small Business Saturday: Supporting Ohio's backbone  Morrow County Sentinel
Small Business Saturday today in VW  Van Wert independent
Christian Science Monitor  
Wall St ends flat; Disney, retailers dip on sales worries
U.S. stock indexes ended little changed in light trading on Friday, with consumer stocks falling as investors fretted over early reports on the U.S.
All quiet on short US trading session  Herald Sun
Shares inch larger as knowledge hold December price hike on desk  The Times (subscription)
Rupert Murdoch fuels new speculation about Eli Broad acquiring LA Times
Days after the LA Times endured another round of staff cuts, rumors are starting anew that newspaper could be acquired by an investor group led by philanthropist Eli Broad .
Rupert Murdoch: Tribune selling newspaper group  USA TODAY
Murdoch - Tribune papers likely to be sold, LA Times split off  Reuters
Euro near seven-month low
TOKYO: The euro on Friday hovered around seven-month lows on the dollar and was also weak against Asian currencies on speculation that the European Central Bank will unleash fresh stimulus measures next week.
China stocks hit hard, rest of world shrugs  Reuters
Treasuries Rise Amid China Equities Rout While Disney, Oil Slump  Bloomberg
Cards Against Humanity makes thousands selling absolutely nothing on Black Friday
So Black Friday has come and gone for another year, but don't worry bargain hunters, we still have Cyber Monday and Boxing Day to look forward to.
Black Friday: Cards Against Humanity made �47000 by charging $5 for nothing  Metro
Cards Against Humanity trolls the world making $71000 after charging $5 for ...  The Independent
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
Hazardous smog expected to shroud Beijing for days
BEIJING -- Air pollution in Beijing reached hazardous levels on Saturday as smog engulfed large parts of China despite efforts to clean up the foul air.
Stay indoors, China capital residents told  The Australian (blog)
Beijing to adopt world's strictest emissions standard  Xinhua
Weakening UK trade puts the brakes on GDP growth
The UK economy has slowed after poor overseas trade figures put a record drag on growth, leaving household spending to drive the recovery and casting further doubt on George Osborne's hopes that strong tax receipts will help him hit ambitious budget ...
Foreign trade poses major drag on UK economic growth  Irish Examiner
British GDP growth up 0.5 percent in Q3  Business Standard
Target Stores Sold One iPad Every Second on Thanksgiving Day
According to Custora E-Commerce Pulse, which tracks more than 500 million online shoppers, the share of mobile e-commerce orders made on Apple devices during Thanksgiving was 78.3%, compared to 21.5% for rival Android devices.
Black Friday showdown: Target takes on Amazon with new in-store strategy  BDlive
The Top 3 Items Sold On Black Friday  The Voice Herald (blog)
Iran Unveils Upgraded Model for Oil Contracts
TEHRAN, Iran - Iran has unveiled a new model of oil contracts aimed at attracting foreign investment once sanctions are lifted under a landmark nuclear deal reached earlier this year.
Oil Majors Queue in Iran as $30 Billion of Projects in Play  Bloomberg
Iran set to reveal framework for oil and gas contracts  Financial Times