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Confusion as Trump, outgoing director pick different leaders for federal ...
(CNN) President Donald Trump named an interim head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau shortly after the outgoing director appointed his own successor, signaling a potential showdown over who's in charge of the federal agency.
Dueling Appointments Lead to Clash at Consumer Protection Bureau  New York Times
The CFPB now has two acting directors. And nobody knows which one should ...  Washington Post
Jeff Bezos's Net Worth Just Broke $100 Billion
The Inc. founder's fortune is up $2.4 billion to $100.3 billion, as the online retailer's shares jumped more than 2 percent on optimism for Black Friday sales.
Jeff Bezos Is Now Worth $100 Billion Thanks to Black Friday  Fortune
Jeff Bezos is now worth more than $100 billion, fueled by surging Amazon shares  Washington Post
Black Friday 2017: Seeking New TVs to Watch, and Sneakers to Resell
The unofficial start of the holiday shopping season was this week, when many national retailers opened their doors and offered major sales.
Cyber Monday: your sales guide  CNNMoney
With Expectations Low, Retailers Declare Victory on Black Friday  Bloomberg
Macy's customers report delays with credit card transactions
Macy's had hoped for a rush of shoppers on Black Friday. But it appears the crowds were too much of a good thing. Macy's credit card payment system buckled due to a higher than anticipated volume of transactions, the retailer said, leading to delays ...
Macy's Black Friday Sales Hurt by Credit Card Processing Problem  Fortune
Macy's CEO Sees Strong Start to Holidays, Helped by Coat Sales  Bloomberg
Graffiti on ink! Coffee covered up, hundreds plan to protest business amid ...
The ink! Coffee location at 2851 Larimer St. in Denver's Five Points neighborhood was vandalized overnight Wednesday. The store placed a sign outside earlier in the week that sparked outrage for appearing to celebrate gentrification of the historically ...
Community Reacts To Controversial 'Gentrification' Coffee House Sign  CBS Local
Denver Coffee Shop's 'Gentrifying' Sign Sparks Fury, Prompts ...  International Business Times
Oil Flirts With $59 as Russia, OPEC Said to Outline Deal on Cuts
Oil briefly surpassed $59 a barrel in New York for the first time in two years as OPEC and Russia were said to have crafted the outline of a deal to extend their oil production cuts.
Why OPEC Will Extend 'Production Cuts' To The End Of 2018 At The End ...  Seeking Alpha
OPEC Meeting Preview: 5 Things You Need To Watch  Nasdaq
Did McDonald's stage their Black Friday Twitter slip-up or are they just ...
Uh-oh? A verified Twitter account for the McDonald's Corporation ordered up a scheduled tweet, but got a side of facepalm Friday morning when instead of promoting whatever special they intended, their placeholder tweet went viral.
Wendy's slams McDonald's for its bizarre late-night Black Friday tweet  Business Insider
Twitter roasts McDonald's after accidental Black Friday tweet  Indianapolis Star
CBS blackout ends for 4 million Dish Network customers following Thanksgiving ...
CBS Corp. and Dish Network resolved their contentious carriage fee dispute by agreeing to a new distribution deal, restoring CBS station signals to millions of Dish customers across the country who went without CBS football on Thanksgiving.
CBS, Dish end blackout for customers after reaching fee deal  Chicago Tribune
CBS and Dish Network reach deal to end blackout  CNNMoney
Federal consumer watchdog is assessing claims that TripAdvisor hid traveler ...
A top consumer watchdog is assessing a news report claiming that TripAdvisor had deleted posts by travelers who spoke of rapes, blackouts and injuries that they said they suffered at some resorts in Mexico, according to a Nov. 17 letter by Federal ...
TripAdvisor Facing New Scrutiny Over Rapes, Deaths Deleted From Reviews  Forbes
The FTC May Be Looking Into Tripadvisor After It Deleted Reviews Alleging ...  Gizmodo
Trouble at Japan Inc. as shine is further tarnished by more admissions of ...
Japan's reputation for manufacturing prowess took another hit this week after Mitsubishi Materials Corp. admitted it faked data on some products just weeks after a similar scandal engulfed Kobe Steel Ltd.
Japan's Mitsubishi Materials reports faked quality data  The Daily Herald
Mitsubishi Materials shares fall on fake data scandal  BBC News