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Amazon 'Black Friday' 2015 Camera Deals: Some Expire On Thursday
Amazon makes a big deal out of Black Friday, by starting its sales early and maintaining interest with limited-time “Lightning Deals” which pop up throughout the sale period.
Black Friday falters as US consumer behaviour changes  The Australian Financial Review
Online sales spike before Black Friday  USA TODAY
Asian shares edge up, euro under pressure as ECB looms
TOKYO Asian shares advanced in early trade on Thursday, while growing bets the European Central Bank was gearing up to deliver further stimulus steps kept the euro under pressure.
Euro in the doldrums on ECB easing views | Reuters  Firstpost
US Consumer Spending Rose Slightly in October
WASHINGTON - Consumer spending in the United States barely rose in October as households took advantage of rising incomes to bolster savings to their highest level in nearly three years, pointing to moderate economic growth in the fourth quarter.
US data points to moderate fourth-quarter growth  Reuters
Dollar Strengthens on US Economic Data  Wall Street Journal
Pfizer Didn't Need an Inversion to Avoid Paying US Taxes
Pfizer's declaration that it intends to merge with Allergan and cut taxes by moving its tax home to Dublin from New York City has set off something of a furor.
Pfizer's CEO Isn't a Hero or a Villain  Fortune
Pfizer's war chest stealthily rebuilt by Allergan  Reuters Blogs (blog)
As Haggen closes its doors, court approves sales agreement with Smart & Final
The shelves at the Haggen Food & Pharmacy in South Laguna are bare. In Burbank, the Haggen location on West Verdugo Avenue will close Wednesday but will reopen as a Smart & Final Extra, following a court's approval of a sales agreement.
Bankrupt grocer Haggen receives court approval to sell 47 stores  Reuters
Albertsons buys back stores feds forced it to sell
Hewlett-Packard Companies Earnings: Decline In Revenue Continues Post Split
Hewlett-Packard Inc. announced results for Hewlett-Packard HPQ -16.67% companies, i.e., HP Inc and HP Enterprise, on November 24th. (Fiscal year end with October.) The company reported that the full-year combined revenues for HPE and HPQ declined ...
Hewlett Packard tumbles 7% after disappointing fourth quarter revenues
HPQ Plunges 14%, Enterprise Rises: A Tale of Two Companies  Barron's (blog)
American and Russian militaries don't agree about much in Syria
During a two-day period early this week, the United States reported that coalition aircraft had conducted 23 strikes in Syria, destroying about three dozen Islamic State vehicles, buildings and tactical units.
US sanctions businessman helping Syrian government buy oil from Islamic State  Reuters
US Says Syria Is Buying Oil From Islamic State  Wall Street Journal
Oil Holds Gains as Pace of U.S. Drilling Slows Amid Global Glut
Oil held gains near $43 a barrel as the pace of U.S. drilling slowed in the world's biggest consumer amid a global surplus. Futures were little changed in New York after climbing 0.4 percent Wednesday.
Global stocks up, oil slides as concerns ease over Russia-Turkey tension ...  Firstpost
Oil steadies as US oil rig count drops  The Globe and Mail
Downtown Elgin readies for Small Business Saturday shopping spree
Elgin Knit Works owner Betsy Kuhn shows off a promotional shopping bag to be used on Small Business Saturday. Elgin Knit Works owner Betsy Kuhn shows off a promotional shopping bag to be used on Small Business Saturday.
Small Business Saturday: Local residents encouraged to shop small  Daily Herald
Holiday market slated for Jersey City to promote small business shopping
Brazil Dam's Failure Flooded Region With Toxic Wastes, UN Report Says
RIO DE JANEIRO—An avalanche of mud unleashed by a massive dam failure in Brazil earlier this month contained “high levels of toxic heavy metals and other toxic chemicals,” a pair of United Nations experts said Wednesday.
Mud from Brazil dam burst is toxic, UN says  Reuters
BHP-Vale Samarco: Mud from Brazil dam burst is toxic, UN says  Sydney Morning Herald