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Kohl's Black Friday sale starts TODAY!
The Kohl's Black Friday sale starts online at 12:01 am CT (1:01 am ET) on Monday, 11/20 with super buys on Paw Patrol Lookout Playset, Magic Bullet Blender, Convection Toaster Oven, Air Convection Fryer, Nutri Ninja Blender, 6 qt.
Black Friday discounts often 'not so special', shoppers warned
Black Friday loses a little of its luster as Cyber Monday gains momentum  The Sun Chronicle
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How to figure out the right time for retirement
Dear Liz: I hear so much talk about waiting to collect Social Security. What are good reasons to start collecting Social Security at age 62?
How to Quickly Estimate Your Social Security Payment at Various Ages  Nasdaq
Learn about your finances with these websites  Asbury Park Press
The secret to how Tesla gets its cars to look so good
But the combination of his frustration with the traditional auto industry and Elon Musk's distinctive ideas about how to solve problems has taken his work to a new level.
Tesla flying car? Elon Musk teases 'special upgrade' of Roadster ...  USA TODAY
What should truckers call Tesla's new Semi?  The Verge
Goldman Sachs Predicts That the Fed Will Hike Interest Rates Four Times in 2018
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. signage is displayed on a monitor on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., on Friday, Oct. 7, 2016.
Trump's New Fed Chair Won't Be Afraid of Trump  Bloomberg
A key recession indicator is getting closer to the danger zone — and the ...  Business Insider
Nebraska's Keystone XL Vote May Not Be a Clear Yes or No
Nebraska regulators will decide Monday whether to approve an in-state route for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. Nov. 20, 2017, at 1:10 a.m.. Nebraska's Keystone XL Vote May Not Be a Clear Yes or No ...
TransCanada sends more crews to Keystone pipeline leak  Tribune-Review
Keystone XL pipeline faces last major regulatory hurdle  Midland Reporter-Telegram
A Yard Sale May Save Toshiba's Chips
If ever there was a sign the embattled Japanese firm doesn't expect -- or dare we say it, want -- to offload its prized unit to Bain Capital LP and friends, it's the garage sale that was suddenly launched Sunday.
Toshiba $5 billion stock issue results in huge dilution but delisting risk ...  Reuters
Toshiba shares fall on new share sale plan  BBC News
Would Rupert Murdoch break up his empire?
Speculation is swirling that the Murdoch family is open to breaking up its entertainment business. Shares in 21st Century Fox gained more than 6% on Friday, after several sources reported interest from Comcast, Sony and Verizon.
The media industry has suddenly become a 'Game of Thrones'-like ...  Business Insider
Why there's so much anxiety in the media business right now  CNNMoney
Trader Joe's salad products recalled for containing glass and hard plastic
A Southern California establishment that produces food branded and sold by Trader Joe's is recalling more than 35,000 pounds of packaged salads after discovering that they may contain hard plastic and glass fragments, the U.S.
Trader Joe's recalls packaged salads over glass shards, plastic concerns  Fox News
Trader Joe's recalls packaged salads over fear of glass, plastic inside  CBS News
Marvell Is Said to Buy Cavium for $6 Billion in Cash and Stock
Marvell Technology Group Ltd., a chipmaker looking to build itself a future outside of a declining area of the market, agreed to buy Cavium Inc. for about $6 billion, a person familiar with the transaction said.
Marvell Technology Clinches Roughly $6 Billion Deal to Buy Cavium: Sources  U.S. News & World Report
Weekend dealbook: Cavium to Marvell, Toshiba denies ASUS  The Register
Asian Shares Waver in Muted Trading Ahead of Thanksgiving
Asian shares are mixed in muted trading ahead of the Thanksgiving holidays in the U.S., as gloom carried over from Wall Street's retreat on Friday.
Japan's export growth signals economic recovery to continue in fourth ...  Reuters
Japan trade surplus sinks in October as energy imports surge  CT Post