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Black Friday Is Off to a Slow Start for Some Brick and Mortar Stores as Action ...
Deep discounts, free gifts, in-store entertainment and mild weather drew bargain hunters to U.S. stores on Black Friday, the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, but many shoppers were just eyeing goods, reserving their cash for online ...
Black Friday deals net $640M in sales so far, mobile 60% of all traffic  TechCrunch
Smartphones steal Black Friday dollars, as mobile sales break records  CNBC
If Trump's FCC Repeals Net Neutrality, Elites Will Rule the Internet—and the ...
Net neutrality is the First Amendment of the Internet. It guarantees that speech is equal on the network of networks—whether the words come from Walmart, the corporate behemoth that identifies as the largest retailer in the world, or Walmart Watch ...
FCC net neutrality process 'corrupted' by fake comments and ...  Washington Post
Rural America Lags in High-Speed Internet as FCC Seeks to Revoke Net ...  KTIC
'Happily gentrifying since 2014': Denver coffee shop sign sparks fury
Five Points ink! store jokes about transformation of area home to artists and people of color, leading to social media outrage and anger on the sidewalk.
Black Friday 2017: 2500 people lined up for Black Friday deals at Mall of ...  WVTM13
Denver Coffee Shop's 'Gentrifying' Sign Sparks Fury, Prompts ...  International Business Times
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 Network end blackout for customers after reaching fee deal
CBS channels, including Channel 4 in Denver, back to work for Dish Network ...  The Denver Post
McDonald's Pokes Fun at Itself After Twitter Fail: 'Nothing Comes Before Coffee'
McDonald's left Twitter followers confused after posting what appeared to be an incomplete draft of a Black Friday tweet, but they made up for the blunder with an epic comeback.
Unfinished Black Friday tweet from McDonald's goes viral  Fox 59
Lovin' It: McDonald's accidental Black Friday tweet goes viral
Bitcoin: The Big Short Moment Approaches
I last wrote about Bitcoin in July, saying it was The End Of The Beginning. Already, sentiment seemed frothy, and interest was high.
How Jamie Dimon Goes His Way, JPMorgan Goes Other Way  Cointelegraph (Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain News)
Why America's Biggest Bank Digs Anonymous Cryptocurrency  MIT Technology Review
S&P 500 closes above 2600 for first time as Street bets on strong holiday ...
Long lines of people began forming by Thursday afternoon outside of retailers like Best Buy and Target, among others, as shoppers got ready for Black Friday.
Wall Street retail stocks rise on Black Friday  BBC News
S&P 500 ends holiday-shortened week at record high  Financial Times
Amazon faces 'Black Friday' strikes in Germany, Italy
German services' sector union Verdi said on Friday that Amazon employees were striking at six distribution centers in the country as part of a long-running dispute over pay and conditions.
Amazon German, Italian workers protest on Black Friday, dubbed 'Strike ...  TechCrunch
Amazon's warehouse workers strike in Germany and Italy  Engadget
Tesla just built the world's largest battery, thanks to a bet
Elon Musk at the Tesla Powerpack unveiling in South Australia in September. Mark Brake/Getty Images. In July, Elon Musk bet the people of Australia he could build a 100MW battery in 100 days or it would be free.
Tesla builds world's largest lithium-ion battery, for utility use, in ...  Green Car Reports
How can the new Tesla Roadster do 0-60 mph in 1.9 seconds?  Motor Authority
Mitsubishi Materials data manipulation scandal worsens
The data falsification scandal surrounding Mitsubishi Materials widened on Friday as the company revealed customers in the US, China, Japan and Taiwan had received products for which quality data had been manipulated.
Company says 3 subsidiaries falsified data  Newser
Trouble at Japan Inc. as shine is further tarnished by more admissions of ...  The Japan Times