Archive for November 23rd, 2018

Black Friday is increasingly an online shopping event, and that’s not necessarily a good thing for legacy retailers, some of which found themselves falling behind during America’s annual spending spree.

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The downward spiral in oil prices is accelerating as a surge in crude production from a turbocharged U.S. petroleum industry runs into weaker global economic growth.

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A year ago, Bitcoin and other digital currencies were booming. Here’s why things look so much bleaker now.

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<p>It's Black Friday, which means shoppers are flocking to malls to score big discounts, knock out much of their holiday shopping or uphold family traditions. For Sears, the big question is how many of those shoppers its stores will draw.</p>

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Inside the unexpectedly lucrative world of waiting in line for Black Friday deals, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and Supreme Court cases.

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<p>Stocks fell on Friday as some of the most popular technology shares were under pressure once again, while a steep drop in oil prices also weighed on equities.</p>

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If you agree to live in and work remotely from this south-central U.S. city, you can get cash and other benefits.

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<p>The United States and China have in the coming week what may be their last chance to broker a ceasefire in an increasingly dangerous trade war when their presidents meet in Buenos Aires.</p>

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A glut of supply is only temporary, according to a recent analysis, and prices will bounce back in the coming weeks and months.

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Online surge, long lines mark start of Thanksgiving sales

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Why it’s fun to grow older with people just like you.

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Retailers aren't just ushering the official start of the holiday season with the usual expanded hours and the fat discounts on big TVs. They're offering new ways for shoppers to get deals online and in the store easier and faster.

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As retailers geared up for the lucrative first holiday without Toys R Us, the company rose from the grave — in pop-ups at Krogers grocery stores.

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Walmart has attempted to calm the chaos of Black Friday with new maps and rearranged stores. Here's the result.

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Oil Price Plunge May Make Drivers Glad—But Global Economies Shudder

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