Around 200 Wal-Mart workers and their supporters marched outside a Long Beach store Friday in support of $15-an-hour pay, part of a nationwide day of demonstrations to push for better wages and working conditions at the retailer.
Stocks ended mostly lower -- but with the Dow eking out a new record close -- as Wall Street separated the winners and losers tied to nosediving oil prices and kept a close tabs on Black Friday sales.
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It was loud and disruptive, but the protest over that greeted Black Friday BART travelers, shutting service between San Francisco and Oakland for nearly two hours, had one big distinction from those earlier in the week: It began with a prayer, ended with a ...