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Black Friday: Protests, beer and prison
Ahmad Ali and his wife, Ghalzal, of Portland, Maine, look to get in line to pay for three flat-screen televisions while shopping at a Target store just after midnight on Black Friday, in South Portland, Maine.
Thanksgiving night sales lighten Black Friday rush  Sacramento Bee
Black Friday less scary as deals trickle out over days  Dallas Morning News
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Wage protests hit Wal-Mart stores nationwide, including two area stores
Instead of buying at Wal-Mart on the storied busiest shopping day of the year, Billy Moffett, 39, picked up a bullhorn outside the store in Raymore, Mo.
Black Friday protesters picket Walmart for higher wages, consistent work  USA TODAY
Wal-Mart workers protest on Black Friday for higher wages, schedule changes  Worcester Telegram
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How low can it go? Oil, gas prices in freefall as OPEC reels from US fracking
A row of oil pumps work in the desert oil fields of Sakhir, Bahrain. OPEC nations have agreed to keep supply steady, putting new pressure on US producers.
OPEC inaction sends Brent to four-year low, hits stocks  Economic Times
Oil plunge is threat and boon to global economies  Columbia Daily Tribune
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CANADA FX DEBT-C$ sinks to 3-week low as tumbling crude outweighs robust ...
(Adds comment, details, closing figures) * Canadian dollar at C$1.1440, or 87.41 U.S. cents * Bond prices higher across maturity curve By Solarina Ho TORONTO, Nov 28 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar retreated more than a cent against its U.S.
'Dinged' and 'pinched': A long oil rout would sideswipe Canada  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Gas prices continue to drop  CTV News
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St. Louis-Area Mall Closes on Black Friday as Ferguson Protests Spread
Protesters, demanding justice for the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown, interrupt Black Friday shopping at the St. Louis Galleria Mall (Reuters).
Earlier Black Friday openings push working students' plans  Golden Gate Xpress
Protesters Aim at Macy's on Black Friday  Wall Street Journal
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Wall St up for 6th straight week despite oil rout
SPI futures down 44 points; AUD fetching US85.11 cents, 68.39 euro cents, 101.04 yen, 54.42 pence; On Wall St, Dow Jones flat, S&P500 -0.3%, Nasdaq +0.1%; In Europe, Eurostoxx +0.2%, FTSE100 flat, CAC +0.2%, DAX +0.1%; Brent crude down 3.4% to ...
S&P 500 ends lower as oil slump hits market  Waterbury Republican American
How the Dow Jones industrial average fared Friday  Post-Bulletin
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Smartphones bring down Best Buy
OUTAGE: Retail giant Best Buy did not anticipate a heavy usage of mobile devices to shop on its website, causing it to shut down yesterday.
Best Buy website crash is the best thing for retail  SFGate (blog)
Best Buy Website Crashes Twice Due to Black Friday Sales  Chinatopix
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Sacramento Small Businesses Urging People To Shop Local And Help Local ...
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) - While big-box stores may be flooded with shoppers on Black Friday, small business owners are doing all they can to get shoppers through their doors.
Shoppers, retailers gear up for Small Business Saturday
Local businesses hope consumers will opt to 'shop small' today  Omaha World-Herald
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In Malibu, developer sees ultimate resort: posh cemetery
Developer Richard Weintraub is promoting a plan to build growth-phobic Malibu's first cemetery, one with 55,000 burial plots - and an ocean view.
Repairs continue on broken Pacific Coast Highway water main that caused ...  The Daily Breeze
PCH water main break: Crews still working to restore service to 100 homes in ...  89.3 KPCC
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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.
EPA Proposes Stricter Smog Standards; Current Ones Not Being Met
The politics of pollution  Rutland Herald
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