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Black Friday 2017: Online Glitches, a Run on Sneakers and Waiting for a Dog's Age
The unofficial start of the holiday shopping season was this week, when many national retailers opened their doors and offered major sales.
Black Friday deals net $640M in sales so far, mobile 60% of all traffic  TechCrunch
JC Penney Is Latest Retailer to Reveal Black Friday Online Sales Boom  TheStreet.com
Minneapolis Star Tribune  
Macy's suffers credit card payment glitch at the worst possible time: Black Friday
Macy's confirmed on Friday it was having trouble with its credit card systems on one of the busiest and most important shopping days of the season.
Macy's has issues with credit card system on Black Friday  CNNMoney
Macy's suffers credit card processing slowdown on Black Friday  Reuters
In final act, Cordray blocks Trump from naming his successor for now
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray on Friday appointed the agency's chief of staff, Leandra English, as the CFPB's deputy director, establishing her as his successor when he steps down at the end of the day.
Cordray Names Aide to Lead Consumer Bureau in Challenge to Trump  Bloomberg
Richard Cordray resigns as director of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau  USA TODAY
Jeff Bezos Is Now Worth $100 Billion Thanks to Black Friday
Amazon's Jeff Bezos is now worth $100 billion, further securing his title of the world's richest man. According to Bloomberg, he's the first to reach the $100 billion milestone since Bill Gates did in 1999.
Jeff Bezos is now worth more than $100 billion, fueled by surging Amazon shares  Washington Post
Jeff Bezos's Net Worth Just Broke $100 Billion  Bloomberg
Ink! Coffee in Five Points tagged “white coffee” by vandal following ...
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 ...
'Happily gentrifying since 2014': Denver coffee shop sign sparks fury  The Guardian
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 end blackout for customers after reaching fee deal  Chicago Tribune
CBS and Dish Network reach deal to end blackout  CNNMoney
Dem FCC member: Stop us from ending net neutrality
A Democratic member of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wrote in an op-ed Wednesday that Americans must resist the agency's plans to end net neutrality rules adopted under the Obama administration.
Telecom Stock Roundup: FCC Plans to Scrap Net Neutrality, DOJ Sues AT&T ...  Nasdaq
If Trump's FCC Repeals Net Neutrality, Elites Will Rule the Internet ...  The Nation.
Unfinished Black Friday tweet from McDonald's goes viral
Whoever wrote it didn't finish their thought before posting—and the internet was lovin' it. McDonald's sent a tweet out ahead of Black Friday that clearly wasn't ready for prime time.
Lovin' It: McDonald's accidental Black Friday tweet goes viral  KRON4.com
McDonald's Mocked for Black Friday Twitter Fail  TheWrap
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
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
Oil Prices Primed For Melt-Up Into Year End  Forbes